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Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Take my copies of Cybersocket magazine, please!

The Echo Park woman who found her blue recycling bin stuffed with copies of a magazine featuring partially nude men found the incident amusing at first. Now it’s become annoying. The bin is so heavy with copies of the Gay magazine Cybersocket that the woman, named Flo, can’t move it and apparently neither can the city’s sanitation department after two weeks. It looks like the shiny new magazines might have been dumped by someone who was supposed to be delivering the free publication to stores and newsstands, said Flo, who lives on Laguna Avenue uphill from Echo Park Lake

Flo contacted Cybersocket magazine, which said they would look into it. She was also preparing to call Councilman Ed Reyes for help. Meanwhile, Flo can’t use the bin and fears that another unwanted delivery of Cybersockets will cause more trouble, she said in an email to The Eastsider:

“My problem is that if the delivery person makes another drop next week it will overflow onto the sidewalk and then onto the parkway and then onto the street where the rain will probably cause it to float into the storm drain and go out to sea. It could also just float down the street into Echo Park Lake.”


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