72 Photos - Oct 1, 2011
Photo: I arrived at Pershing Square an hour early not knowing what to expect, and when I saw only a smattering of people, I thought to myself, "Ugh... typical apathetic Los Angeles." I couldn't have been more incorrect.Photo: Photo: Photo: In Pershing Square is a considerable homeless population. Some of them chose to march, too.Photo: The revolution will not be televised, but it will have wifi.Photo: Protest couture.  Side note: She succeeded in walking all the way there in those heels.Photo: Uh oh... it's the fuzz.Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Oh, like you wouldn't take this picture?Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: The de facto leader being interviewedPhoto: Seriously, the movie sucked. Let it go.Photo: Photo: She almost got that '60s look perfected except she is missing hair in her pits. And I'm perfectly alright with that.Photo: The lawyersPhoto: The march began an hour latePhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: First sight of City Hall, our destinationPhoto: Photo: Photo: Getting closerPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Closer now... way closer than beforePhoto: So close you can almost feel the closenessPhoto: Los Angeles has been occupied!Photo: Photo: Photo: I don't think Joe Friday would have approvedPhoto: Photo: I like that the anarchist teenager didn't spell the words on his sign correctly... suits his idiomPhoto: Photo: Photo: Hot protesters... seriously, the sun was scorching... oh, you thought I meant... shame on you, you dirty minded peoplePhoto: Photo: Cops is filmed on locationPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Anyone see the final episode of "The Prisoner"? Doesn't the guy in the middle look like the beatnik who kept singing the "Them Bones" song?Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Three hours later, the protest continuesPhoto: