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View of Saber’s work he displayed at Occupy LA earlier this week. (click to enlarge)

LOS ANGELES — It’s Tuesday, Day 11, and the honeymoon period for Occupy LA seems to have ended. There is much spirited debate about what actions to take and disagreements over how the General Assembly should facilitate discussions. Occupiers who have been around since the beginning are restless from the movement’s week-long dithering while news of conflicts with police in Boston, Seattle and elsewhere have made emotions run high among protesters. Still, the occupation is now 269 tents strong and the amount of creative dissent increases everyday.

These are some signs I saw on my recent visit to the ongoing protests.

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Abe Ahn

Abe is a writer based in Los Angeles.