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Old 01-14-2016, 02:06 PM
 
Location: Los Angeles, CA (Ladera Heights)
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Big Bear is that nice? That's great news cus I wanted to either go there or just take the drive up to Mammoth to get some beautiful scenery. Rank 'em please; big bear, mammoth, Julian, Tahoe
Wellll in terms of full access to great skiing/snowboarding, I would say mammoth! (Only been to Tahoe once but have been to mammoth like twice a year for 20 years. Then comes big bear and all the other resorts (snow valley, snow summit, mountain high) and then Julian just for the fact that it does not offer winter sports.
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Old 01-14-2016, 02:16 PM
 
Location: Los Angeles, CA (Ladera Heights)
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Bottom line is San Diego boosters tend to be veryyyyy defensive about their city. (More often than not) Y'all come on an LA forum to spout about SD is superior because of Julian (sorry that is just so laughable to me) ooooo and the fact that u have comic-con, which is a convention that happens ONCE a year, that is set to move from San Diego anyway. WOW.

I do not understand whyyyy SD residents continue to feel "insecure" about their city...well maybe I know why lol. (Cuz of the neighbor to the north) lol

I am just soooo TIRED of SD residents/boosters comparisons to LA. It's becoming laughable. (One word, Julian) lmao

And to that poster, who talked about my formatting...it was obviously a mistake...lol (that was your "comeback" to me?? I need to learn formatting??) ok lol

And for the record, I FULLY support the armed services as my brother is in the US navy.

But all this other nonsense about LA v SD needs to stop, in a hurry lol cuz y'all are looking silly
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Old 01-14-2016, 03:06 PM
 
Location: SF Bay Area
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Bottom line is San Diego boosters tend to be veryyyyy defensive about their city. (More often than not) Y'all come on an LA forum to spout about SD is superior because of Julian (sorry that is just so laughable to me) ooooo and the fact that u have comic-con, which is a convention that happens ONCE a year, that is set to move from San Diego anyway. WOW.

I do not understand whyyyy SD residents continue to feel "insecure" about their city...well maybe I know why lol. (Cuz of the neighbor to the north) lol

I am just soooo TIRED of SD residents/boosters comparisons to LA. It's becoming laughable. (One word, Julian) lmao

And to that poster, who talked about my formatting...it was obviously a mistake...lol (that was your "comeback" to me?? I need to learn formatting??) ok lol

And for the record, I FULLY support the armed services as my brother is in the US navy.

But all this other nonsense about LA v SD needs to stop, in a hurry lol cuz y'all are looking silly
How are LA boosters any better with all the stupid, exaggerated stereotypes that have been thrown out there about SD? This thread is nauseating, mostly for the dumb anti SD stereotypes IMO.
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Old 01-14-2016, 04:49 PM
 
Location: Los Angeles, CA (Ladera Heights)
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How are LA boosters any better with all the stupid, exaggerated stereotypes that have been thrown out there about SD? This thread is nauseating, mostly for the dumb anti SD stereotypes IMO.
i understand your discontent about the stereotypes. but i have not been one to make or defend those stereotypes about SD. I was only replying to the statements one poster was making about the temps in the SD valleys ONLY going into the 90s (wow lol) and by talking about julian mountain and examples of rancho santa fe in the LA area. I never cosigned to the attacks on the military as i am a supporter (because of my brother being in the US navy and for other obvious reasons) and the racial attacks made on SD.

I am just soooo annoyed with the SD commentators coming over into the LA forum and being sensitive and silly. obviously, this is just my opinion, given that this is an opinion board, but i just had to say it. ughhh lol
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Old 01-14-2016, 06:04 PM
 
Location: SF Bay Area
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i understand your discontent about the stereotypes. but i have not been one to make or defend those stereotypes about SD. I was only replying to the statements one poster was making about the temps in the SD valleys ONLY going into the 90s (wow lol) and by talking about julian mountain and examples of rancho santa fe in the LA area. I never cosigned to the attacks on the military as i am a supporter (because of my brother being in the US navy and for other obvious reasons) and the racial attacks made on SD.

I am just soooo annoyed with the SD commentators coming over into the LA forum and being sensitive and silly. obviously, this is just my opinion, given that this is an opinion board, but i just had to say it. ughhh lol
So you're talking about ONE poster but keeping saying "boosters" and "commenters" which is plural?
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Old 01-14-2016, 06:19 PM
 
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i understand your discontent about the stereotypes. but i have not been one to make or defend those stereotypes about SD. I was only replying to the statements one poster was making about the temps in the SD valleys ONLY going into the 90s (wow lol) and by talking about julian mountain and examples of rancho santa fe in the LA area. I never cosigned to the attacks on the military as i am a supporter (because of my brother being in the US navy and for other obvious reasons) and the racial attacks made on SD.

I am just soooo annoyed with the SD commentators coming over into the LA forum and being sensitive and silly. obviously, this is just my opinion, given that this is an opinion board, but i just had to say it. ughhh lol
Yes, and someone forgot the word, averages.

1. Silly, theres no such thing as Julian mountian, and same is to say about LA and Little Mountian Villages with Great (emphasis) Pies.

2. Nope, from the looks of every satellite image of LA, no equivalent to Rancho Santa Fe. There just isn't any.

Im just so annoyed that im defending SD in LA forum not City vs City.

P.S. I have never said that **you** did. Some have, which is the point. Furthermore, San Diego isnt really measured on the metric of LA. "If we wanted LA we would have moved to LA" not to criticize LA, but people come to San Diego because they like it. The climate is nice, with ~4 different zones to live in, and little to no smog. Its beautiful, and LA has its Beauty's to, Look at the San Bernardino mountians on a clear day. Ski down said mountians. In the end, ive made a profound discovery in the past few hours, LA and SD need to stop fighting, we have bigger fish to fry, the bay area. (Note: never have a purposely meant to say Julian is better then Big Bear. I said the closest thing LA has to Julian is Big Bear, and Big Bear is exactly that, big) Ill always envy Big Bears snow, but I will always love San Diegos warmth. In the end we (Me included) have to stop comparing two cities that are nothing alike. There I said it.

Furthermore, some people need to stop being a-holes, you know who you are, and if you know you werent being one, then im not talking about you.
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Old 01-14-2016, 06:31 PM
 
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Bottom line is San Diego boosters tend to be veryyyyy defensive about their city. (More often than not) Y'all come on an LA forum to spout about SD is superior because of Julian (sorry that is just so laughable to me) ooooo and the fact that u have comic-con, which is a convention that happens ONCE a year, that is set to move from San Diego anyway. WOW.

I do not understand whyyyy SD residents continue to feel "insecure" about their city...well maybe I know why lol. (Cuz of the neighbor to the north) lol

I am just soooo TIRED of SD residents/boosters comparisons to LA. It's becoming laughable. (One word, Julian) lmao

And to that poster, who talked about my formatting...it was obviously a mistake...lol (that was your "comeback" to me?? I need to learn formatting??) ok lol

And for the record, I FULLY support the armed services as my brother is in the US navy.

But all this other nonsense about LA v SD needs to stop, in a hurry lol cuz y'all are looking silly
Having just made my point clear in a previous post....

1. set to move, not yet, soon, but not yet.

2. Closest does not necessarily mean is better than, read silly

3. San Diego's younger brother to the north has its fair share of insecurity. Yes, LA is younger than SD.

4. One word closest, sigh, someone who has never had that pie

5. I come from Reddit, a place where formatting matters, unless your referencing someone.

6. Great, Through the Internet High Five

7. Look at my previous post, itll set you straight.

8. We feel much more insecure about our neighbor to the south, because of a certain president of the USA named Barack Obama

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Old 01-14-2016, 06:32 PM
 
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How are LA boosters any better with all the stupid, exaggerated stereotypes that have been thrown out there about SD? This thread is nauseating, mostly for the dumb anti SD stereotypes IMO.
Come on, you don't feel that way about Orange County when people throw around the "those are just stereotypes" card. I've been on this site a long time and have interacted with you in other forums and you seem level-headed compared to many others on here.
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Old 01-14-2016, 06:36 PM
 
Location: SF Bay Area
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Come on, you don't feel that way about Orange County when people throw around the "those are just stereotypes" card. I've been on this site a long time and have interacted with you in other forums and you seem level-headed compared to many others on here.
I've never disagreed they were stereotypes though. I may not "defend" OC against stereotypes but that doesn't mean I don't think some people are rather dramatic and exaggerate about the place.
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Old 01-14-2016, 06:37 PM
 
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Come on, you don't feel that way about Orange County when people throw around the "those are just stereotypes" card. I've been on this site a long time and have interacted with you in other forums and you seem level-headed compared to many others on here.
I like Orange County, nice, not to urban, and Knotts
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