ICYMI: The Guy Who Destroyed Trump's Walk Of Fame Star Flips Houses For A Living
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- The guy who broke Trump's star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame apparently flips houses for a living. He's also the heir to the Otis elevator fortune, and has the nation's largest collection of Dr. Seuss memorabilia.
- The pharmaceutical industry has spent $109 million in advertising against Proposition 61 (the prescription drugs one). The bill's a mess, and was sponsored by the guy who's behind that terrible NIMBY ballot measure, but maybe that much spending against is a good thing?
- Looks like there was a march supporting Jill Stein in downtown L.A. today. It appears two people attended.
- Scientists have found mechanical gears in nature. No, really. Nature's so cool. The gears are used by a bug to syncronize its legs while jumping.
- Elon Musk is going to sell solar generating roof tiles.
- And the New York Times offered a mindblowing solution to California's housing crisis: build on vacant lots.
And here's a video of Singapore building things in a way California does not: