6 DEEP.

Another night of partying and this time, I think we owned the whole venue. We went out to the 10 DEEP “Low Standards” event at the Standard Hotel in Downtown LA. I have to say, the scene was filled with more uptight and reserved people compared to the last few events we went to in our few days of nonstop partying. I’ve never really partied this much in a week’s worth before but this night capped off very blogworthily. I can honestly say we really looked like we had more fun than anyone in the building as we walked around, laid around, and danced around to the rhythms of our own beat. Heck, we even hyped the opening performer, Johnny Polygon, up more than anyone else in the crowd as we were right there in front of the stage cheering him on even though the speakers weren’t doing him any justice and he had to cap it off on an A Capella just to get his point across. This was my first rooftop party and the Standard is just really fancy as you overlook all of Downtown Los Angeles.

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Man, that’s a LOT of pictures…but it was a LOT more fun. Now it’s back to work. UGH!

–dinoxsketchpad

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1 Response to “6 DEEP.”


  1. 1 Kuizzy Ef Baby September 4, 2008 at 4:39 pm

    6 Deep @ 10 Deep. I Thought This Party Was Kind Of Weak Though. I Expected More. More People. More Drinks. More Music. Tight NoneTheLess. ReMember Ya’ll, We Just Started.


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