1970’s Fort Lauderdale Postcard

fort lauderdale 1970's

I found this at a resale shop- I was in Fort Lauderdale last year, and something bothered me about the picture. It took me a minute to identify the problem.

The area that you see as the road- and parking places so the public can go to the beach- that area is now a solid wall of Hotels. They moved the road so that they could keep the beach where it belongs; as property for the paying guests, not the freeloading public.

They need some catchy slogans for these types of initiatives: End Beach Entitlement! Right-to-Beach!


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Posted on January 15, 2013, in Useless Observations, What is it Now?? and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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