Venture Capitalist Wins Fight to Exempt His Land from California Law

Oct 29, 2013 Full story: Gawker

Since 2008, Sun Microsystems co-founder and mega-VC Vinod Khosla has been blocking surfers, swimmers, and the generally fun-seeking California public from getting to the beach.

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Mike Kolb

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#1 Oct 30, 2013
So it's true.... slanted legislation and favoritism can, indeed. be bought for the right price.

We can only hope his ill-gotten turf slides into the Pacific Ocean during the next tsunami.

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