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  • Wurstkuche and Street Art

    Late last night a friend and I decided to go to Wurstkuche in the Arts District of Downtown LA to get a quick bite to eat and to drink some beer.  If you haven't been there, it's definitely worth a visit.  They serve exotic sausages (rattlesnake, rabbit, alligator, etc), tasty Belgian french fries and a whole wall full of imported beers.  Don't be too shocked because they also serve regular sausages and even vegan/vegetarian sausages as well.  It gets a bit pricey if you're looking to eat a full meal (to me that means 2 sausages + 1 order of french fries + 2 beers), but it's perfect for a quick snack and good conversation over a few beers.

    After throwing back a few beers and heatedly debating with a friend over the disparities between the rich and the poor (let's not get into that right now...), we decided to call it a night and head home.  On the way back I saw some random street art scrawled on the wall and on the sidewalk that I thought was worth posting.  One is of Tupac and the other of Einstein.  Maybe it was the beer talking, but I thought both pieces were really cool in it's own way.  The Tupac piece was created using lyrics and song titles (as you can see in the picture) and the Einstein piece was stenciled onto the sidewalk with the words "all things are relative" next to it.  I thought both were pretty cool to see, especially around that area.  I'll have to go back later and take some better pictures with my Canon.

    Here are the pictures from last night:

    [caption id="attachment_263" align="aligncenter" width="418" caption="Chicken Apple Sausage w/ Franziskaner - BEFORE"][/caption]

    [caption id="attachment_264" align="aligncenter" width="418" caption="Chicken Apple Sausage w/ Franziskaner - AFTER"][/caption]

    [caption id="attachment_265" align="aligncenter" width="418" caption="Tupac - RIP"][/caption]

    [caption id="attachment_266" align="aligncenter" width="560" caption="All things are relative"][/caption]

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