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Radical Reconstruction Fine Art Featuring Nancy Wood
Mixed Media - Sidewalk Chalk & Sharpie On Lunch Bag
A strip mall restaurant, but it's the best restaurant in Orange County, offering authentic Vietnamese food at reasonable prices. The service is beyond excellent, family owned; all of the staff are beautiful and professional, you will never forget a meal here. Five Star Fun. It's not Lebbeus Woods, the founder of the Radical Reconstruction movement in architecture, because nothing he designed was ever built, except the futuristic set of the film 12 Monkeys, and Aliens 3, which he sued and won millions for copyrights violations on, aside from that he sits in his Ivory Tower, writing himself non-profit grants and drawing elevations that will never be realized, mostly of reconstructed war zones, renderings that profess to rescue displaced victims; bomb and bullet proof habitats, that, if anything mock the tragedy of war unfolding, similarly he designs 'safe habitats' for homeless people, refugees, and earthquake victims, which will only ever be eventualized in the imagination, or the movies. On the other hand The Radical Reconstruction Fine Arts movement specifically manifests change through documentation that holds up in the court of public opinion, at the grass roots level. But for all of that, get yourself to this restaurant and enjoy a great meal. Find it on Chapman, at Main Street, in Orange, California. I know you will become a regular; lunch is only four bucks, enjoy! I bring my homeless defendants there, when I am fighting unlawful charges, by cops who indulge in perjured statements conjured to gain convictions without basis in fact: the reason that I like Pho Hoa is because they treat every guest like royalty, be that person a kid, a homeless person, or a prominent artist with a background in law who works for The Lady Phat and has never lost a civil rights case.
August 19th, 2010
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