Saturday, December 13, 2008

Photo-Op Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa Leads a "Holiday Parade" To LA LIVE (The P.T. Barnum of Mayors, Leading the People To The Loser Shopping Mall

He's part Pied Piper, part P.T. Barnum, but now the Photo-Op Mayor, Antonio Villaraigosa is using the banner of a "Live Positively" parade to round up people and lead them to the struggling LA Live shopping plaza. I assure you the people who show up for the parade that "continues up Figueroa Street to Nokia Plaza at L.A. LIVE" are not "living positively" in THAT LA Live economic world. So as a compassionate individual, I hope there are all the usual illegal vendors up all over the streets to provide the food and shopping options the people will ACTUALLY be able to "positively afford." Anyway, show up this evening, cause the chance to see the L.A. King of Op (Photo Op) -- leading a parade to LA Live -- is like getting to see Mickey Mouse lead the Holiday Parade at Disneyland; or like getting to see Santa Claus at the Rose Bowl Parade. So show up to see one of the best mascots in the buisness at work, today for the "Coca-Cola -- LIVE POSITIVELY" Parade...featuring Mickey Mous...I mean Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Viagraosa.

Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa Serves as the Grand Marshall for Coca-Cola's 'Live Positively Holiday Parade

Saturday, 13 December 2008

WHAT: City of Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa kicks off the "Live Positively Holiday Parade," presented by Coca-Cola, with the help of popular celebrities from the United States and Mexico. The honorable mayor will serve as the parade's grand marshall. Celebrities scheduled to appear are: -- Tommy Lasorda, legendary coach and manager of the L.A. Dodgers -- Eugenio Siller, telenovela actor, "Al Diablo con los Guapos" -- Tania Vazquez, telenovela actress, "Al Diablo con los Guapos" -- Robert Losardo, actor, "Nip/Tuck" and "General Hospital" -- Molly Burnett, Shelly Henning and Rachel Melvin, actresses, "Days of Our Lives" -- Michael Cooper, coach of the L.A. Sparks and former L.A. Laker -- Evan Lysacek, national champion figure skater -- Paula DeAnda, recording artist The parade will feature floats, multicultural performances, local marching bands, community organizations and politicians.

WHEN/ WHERE: SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13, 2008: 5:00 P.M. The parade will start at Washington Boulevard and Figueroa Street, continuing up Figueroa Street to Nokia Plaza at L.A. LIVE.

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