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holloway64 holloway64 46-50, M 15 Answers Nov 3, 2012 in Health

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New York & LA, but much dumber in LA.

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I completely agree.

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Hey I AM cool & I loved NY. Not LA though... fake people & no culture... all frustrated wannabe actors.

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NO COMMENT

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Miami

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really. Is it the transplanted New Yorker who make it that way?

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Please.

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los angeles on the west and new york in the east biggest bunch of a holes god ever put air into

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Likewise :P hmmm name calling that makes YOU THE RUDE ONE HERE.

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my apologies and your right

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I am originally from Boston, I have lived in NYC, Georgia, and now LA. The thing about people making eye contact is something I love, because you don't get that in NYC and Boston. I can pretty much walk up to anyone and strike up a conversation. Can't do that In NYC or Boston. I do prefer Boston though. It has a more collegiate social atmosphere that is more suitable for my conversational needs.

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Obviously. New York City. They act like ******* savages. Though my heart goes out to those who are struggling with the aftereffects of hurricane Sandy.

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Likewise :P hmmm name calling that makes YOU THE RUDE ONE HERE.

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I said that they ACT LIKE savages. Not that they ARE savages. Big difference.

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And by calling me rude, according to your logic, you also must be rude.

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As I said before, I find the tourist who come here to be very rude. But we like their money

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My sympathy is genuine. I have family there. In fact. I have relatives who lost everything and I am flying them out to stay with me until they get things sorted out. I have friends there. Also, they are human beings and Americans. When they suffer, I suffer. You can keep your hostility. Your response only reinforces my observation.

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Tourist anywhere usually suck. Especially the American ones. They seem to display an uncanny lack of respect or understanding of local culture.

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I never said that YOU ARE SAVAGES, I said that YOU ACT LIKE SAVAGES. Two completely different and distinct characterizations. Plus, every region, culture and society as some degree of savagery. It's part of who we are. If I offended you, and I can easily see how I did so. I apologize, as offending you or other New Yorkers was not my intent.

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Los Angeles! I used to live there, though it all really depends on what you define as rude! <br />
They take forever to cross the street, like the rest of us have nothing to do than sit there and wait a year, they make to much eye contact, like they want to bond with strangers, I thinks its intrusive. They are slow...time is money and time is short, get to the point so that I can get on with the rest of what I need to do....they drag things out like a bad habit and so on.<br />
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You see where I grew up the behavior of westerners is rude to us, and vice versa.<br />
95% of Americans have no idea how this is...but we do..Proof is in these story links on the topic.<br />
<a href="http://www.experienceproject.com/stories/Am-A-New-Yorker/2695117" target="ep_blank">EP Link</a><br />
<a href="http://www.experienceproject.com/stories/Am-From-New-York-City/2589055" target="ep_blank">EP Link</a>

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New York & Boston (which is NYC North) when it <br />
comes to cabbies.

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The one in which the most people insult you in? I don't know. I had heard all the talk about New Yorkers being incredibly rude but in the week I spent there, I met almost exclusively nice people. Except for one cab driver.

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Idk...I've been all over and people have been pretty cool.

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All of them ;-)

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