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Are New Yorkers Cooler Than Angelenos?

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Thu, Jul 21, 2011 at 2:15 PM
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Are New Yorkers cooler than people from L.A. You know the answer to that question. After all, we didn't invent the bridge-and-tunnel crowd.

And nobody here is going to tell you to forget about it.

The website Correlated is running an online poll today asking that very question.

And guess what?

As of Thursday afternoon L.A. was losing!

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It's not that we're not cooler than New Yorkers. (Our shore is nowhere near Jersey). It's that we're more laid back.

So put the bongs down, Angelenos, and vote.

[@dennisjromero/djromero@laweekly.com]

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