Camera Of Death Vs West Hollywood Image Awards

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3:35 p.m. I arrive to Hollywood early to beat the traffic. I’ll read a book ("Heroes" by Paul Johnson) for a couple of hours.

I make a video musing about the meaning of life.

I arrive at 5:30. They’re still setting up.

A female reporter arrives. We chat for a few minutes.

She talks about a bunch of paparrazi discussing their shots of Britney Spears.

"I got a great picture of her snatch!" says one.

They all congratulate him.

She asks me for my favorite picture. I mention one of Sci-fi author Ray Bradbury.

I ask her about the celebrities she’s covered and if she’s ever gotten intimately involved with one or done anything immoral to get a story.

"You’re weirding me out!" she says. "Seriously. You are seriously weirding me out."

And that was the end of that conversation.

I spend much of the night clinging to Julia Sandberg-Hansson and her Cambridge friend Joanna.

"I didn’t think I’d see you here," said Julia.

About Luke Ford

I've written five books (see My work has been covered in the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, and on 60 Minutes. I teach Alexander Technique in Beverly Hills (
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