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Prop R Defeated

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It's not even Tuesday and Prop R is history. But thanks to Marty and Doc, we totally know. Why go to the future to get rich off stocks when you can just plan parties over Election Day results?

The people behind NCs Opposed to Prop R/Not PropR Committee (NC is lingo for Neighborhood Council) will be partying it up in the lounge at the Millennium Biltmore Hotel. "You are cordially invited to join members of the Not PropR Committee for a Victory Celebration on Tuesday night... We will be there throughout the night as returns come in - or at least until the news crews declare that PROP R HAS BEEN DEFEATED!"

We really shouldn't be inviting you, our readers, to a party that is not our own. But we assume any Prop R hater would be welcome. They say RSVP if you can, if not, just show up.

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For a little City Council perspective on Prop R, check out our interview with Eric Garcetti on Friday.