Friday, December 30, 2011

Top quirky stories of 2011

[ via LA Times ] 29 Dec

Be it the macabre mummified remains of a Playboy playmate or the odd sentence of the avocado thief, Californians were prominently featured in some of 2011's quirkiest stories.
It wasn't a Michael Bay movie, but for Westside residents the closure of the 405 Freeway for an entire weekend was expected to be a disaster, and was dubbed "Carmageddon." Some, however, took advantage of the closure. Stephen Estes, 23 , looked at the empty 405 Freeway as an invitation to start "planking." Basically, Estes made like a board and lay down on the freeway in a type of craze whose latest incarnation is "Tebowing."
Los Angeles Times have compiled a list of some of our favorites from L.A. 

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