The once weird, now wealthy neighborhood is seriously considering secession:
That is right the once weird. After we clean the mess now they want to leave Los Angeles. They can always go and start another city call Venice in the desert so that they do not have to benefit from Los Angeles. What a stupid idea by itself. Is this greed or what? You are Los Angeles, You are deep inside Los Angeles, And benefit every thing from Los Angeles, everything except no thing. Without Los Angeles you are nothing. Without Hollywood you will be just another beach. Hollywood put you in movies and so and so and now you think you bad enough to a point where you can stand alone. What is wrong with you people. Can you imagine if every neighbewood of los Angeles demand secession. just imagine that. Any way it is a waste of time and money because we will not permit it to happen. we still have to vote. Hollywood tried that game they still in LA . Do not be greedy at least say thank you to los Angeles for who you are for what you are not or used to be weirdos. I hope you got the message weirdos. May be I need to start burning all my Venice beach T-Shirts. So weird. A Bench Of drug dealers We have cleaned at least reduce it trying to tell us bye thanks for the good service.
Venice, the beachside Los Angeles neighborhood long known for peaceful inclusiveness, has lately become a battleground. From the 1960s through the 1990s, Venice was dominated by sandy counterculture, accommodating beach bums and artistic rebels from Stacey Peralta to Chris Burden, from The Doors to Suicidal Tendencies. Today, you still see pot leaves and weightlifters on the boardwalk, but the old Venice is being encroached upon by the clean lines of high-end retail, the fogged windows of secretive tech companies, and the well-off residents who have arrived to shop and work. continu to read