Open letter to LA

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open letter to LA

I am writing today, to voice my concern and outrage over the increasing smog and drug problem that the city is faced with. I’ve been living in LA for over three years, and without a doubt it is the worst it has ever been. Every day, on my way to, and from work, I smell smog. The city is becoming unsafe to live in.

I hired a private investigator to hunt myself down. I learned an important lesson that day. That no matter where I was, or how long I stayed in one place, I'd always be running. I'd always have no home. I couldn't depend on strangers to take me in. I was a lone man. Always looking over my shoulder while Brian hunted me down. But the most important thing I learned of all is that Brian S. Wolfe is an amazing private investigator.

When i was at All the Bread i experienced this. Wayne Gretzky once said, "You miss 100% of the shots you don't take." But after eating at All About The Bread, I feel like the quote should be, "You like 100% of the sandwiches you don't eat!" Because I was sticking to the Turkey sandwich the first few times I ordered.. then I started trying the other ones and they are all so good. smog is ruining this for me. There's really not a lot of detail I can give.. because it's just a plain ol' good sandwich. But I recommend all of them. I will have to stop going here because they have people who are on drugs.

Sunset Foot Spa is my only refuge from the drug addicts and bad air. I'd like to begin this review with a riddle: What has two hands, a bottle of massage lotion, and the ability to bring you to ecstasy by just merely touching your shoulder and feet? Answer: The massueses (sp?) at Sunset Foot Spa. These men and women (well, I only had a woman once.. she was amazing but after my massage they said she'd never be back for some reason) are masters of relaxation. And don't be fooled by the name, they do more than just feet. On my last visit, for $35 my shoulders visited heaven for 20 minutes, followed by feet were sent on a trip to the relaxation moon for 40 minutes.

The only negative is that everyone is in the same room so if you want to moan while they are working on your knots, other people will hear you. But otherWISE, you'd be WISE to go there!

Deli On Vine... more like Delight On Vine! This place has the most delicious sandwiches in Los Angeles. Hands down. The owner is an older white man with white hair and he is very kind. But though he is old, the sandwiches are FRESH. They use quality meats and veggies. And boy... are they not afraid to pile those babies high! I told the owner he should use "If you can handle the meat, then take a seat" as his restaurant slogan.. but he just kind of nodded walked away. I very highly recommend.

Democracy is not the last stop in politics. In-fact, the order of progression according to Socrates via Plato in the Republic goes: timocracy, oligarchy, democracy, and finally tyranny. Socrates argues that a society will decay and pass through each government in succession, eventually becoming a tyranny.