I’m just going to put it right out there: I love L.A.… That statement was certainly not how I planned to start this article. As a proud New Yorker, I have always held a bit of a grudge against L.A., filled with happy shiny people driving convertibles in year-round sunshine. We New Yorkers are the poster children of ‘the daily grind’ and the bitter weather certainly rubs off on our outlook, so there is an inherent pique when thinking of those not enduring the trials and tribulations of the Big Apple.
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