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Over the last two days, LAist has told you

- where to get free gas
- where to get free red hot chili peppers tickets as they play at a small club
- why jd drew was a lazy douche
- everything you'd ever want to know about the LAPD beat down scandal
- where to dine with your valley hos
- where to say hi to emilo estevez
- that ray parker jr was still alive
- that Don Rickles was still alive
- an ignoramus, back-woods, George Bush Numba One type question
- the Ducks have broken a NHL record for most consecutive wins.
- that Crazy Aunt Pearl is an LA blogger who gets 70-some comments a day, even though shes divorced, has cats, and knits
- where not to go to see Martha Stewart, sorry LA
- whats opened and closed on Veterans Day (and that it was Veterans Day, heathens)
- that theres gonna be a sweet Comedy Festival in vegas next week that we're going to
- that Bill Maher thinks Ken Mehlman is gay
- How to vote for LA
- that Jack Palance was dead
- where to say hi to the dude who created Post Secret
- that Jimmy Kimmel is a lucky bastard
- three places to rock out to Anathallo
- where to say happy 80th birthday to Tony Bennett
- why it's good that despite Andrew Bynum's sweet play, it's good that Kwame is back
- that UCLA football is still alive
- the numbers to call to see if theres any weird lane closures as you head north for the holiday
- where to see Zach Braff's favorite folkie
- how to pull a Nolte
- a creepy Anne Sexton poem
- that you're missing out on the Republic of Loose
- what Van Nuys wants to blow $55,000 over six months over
- Fodors gave LAX an eh
- how to keep an eye on our local goverment with out getting off your ass
- that traffic will be better, which of course means less pissing in bottles
- that Paul's Transmissions in Santa Monica has the best motto ever
- that people in LA in the early 60s thought that child molestation leading to murder was a sick gay disease

and we showed you a picture of Borat in France, who stars in a film that we just might see at the Vista, quite possibly the finest theater in all of Los Angeles