Los Angeles, California, July 14, 2020—This week the United States Air Force is sending 116,000 free copies of Knock Knock’s What I Love About You to its members stationed around the world. This romantic keepsake book, a top seller on Amazon, features fill-in-the-blank sentences to help people express their love in unique, highly personalized ways.
When I moved to Los Angeles from Manhattan in 1998, exactly twenty years ago, my interest in the city had only recently been piqued. Growing up in the Bay Area as I did, hatred of Los Angeles was our birthright—though we characterized it as a rivalry (little did we know, it was totally one-sided). But New York certainly looked down on L.A. too, and I found I had to do lots of explaining about my decision to move here.
No matter which side of the aisle you’re on, nobody’s ever going to out-cool Obama. As we ready ourselves for what feels like this administration’s impending apocalypse, let’s take a second to reflect on the White House wonder years with these most Obama-y of Obama moments that remind us what we’re missing about the 44th POTUS.
Knock Knock is offering two signs as free downloads for the 2018 Women’s Marches on Saturday, January 20. You are welcome to use these designs for signs and on personal social media, but not for anything else, please. And they’re for personal, non-commercial use only. Show this blog post to the printer as our “permission slip”!
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