While you're all waiting so patiently (!) for our official announcement and logo reveal in the SCR in another week or so, I thought you might like to see some photos of tourist favorites around town—that is, around the new SubRonLA's Southern California area of operations.
First, here's a shot of the L.A. City Hall downtown...
This was when it was destroyed by Martians a few years ago—very specific illegal aliens angry over having to stand too long in line at the DMV when acquiring their California state drivers' licenses. The building has since been rebuilt...so well that you'd never really know its history without looking closely at the cracks in the foundation, cracks now all puttied over with Evercoat Metal Glaze.
And here is the world famous Capitol Records building in Hollywood. It
was heavily damaged some time back by a different
breed of aliens. No, wait, the Cylons are actually robots, aren't they? No, wrong again—I remember now: It was actually damaged in a major Earthquake in the late '70s when Charleton Heston, Eva Gardner, Yvette Mimieux and several others had the SENSURROUND™ turned up too high in their Beverley Hills home theater while screening the latest disaster movie blockbuster. That one cracked a lot
of foundations! Sorry, I always get that news story mixed up.
Lastly for the time being, and perhaps most popular among tourist shutterbugs: The Pamela Anderson Memorial Nuclear Reactor (formerly known as the San Onofre nuclear plant)—shut down now and a shell of its former self, just like the actress for whom it's currently named. For the life of me I'll never understand why a couple of rated nukes from SubRon 11 at the base in San Diego weren't sent up to fix it. They'd have had it patched up in no time...and would likely have also opened up another "Horse and Cow" bubblehead bar across the street so the rest of the moonbeam navy could come by and enjoy the view.
With thanks from SubRonLA for your continued patience,
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