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Old 09-02-2013, 07:20 PM
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I'm from San Francisco but live outside DC. Bay Area folk are much friendlier and laidback. The Bay is so laidback that it is perfectly socially acceptable to smoke weed in the park everyday all day. Dc is too conservative and ambitious for this slackerific behavior. In DC, money talks and the people don't. DC is all about status. People are more down to earth in the Bay. DC is highly segregated along racial lines. SF can be as well but it is normal for people of different races to freely associate with nor another in many parts of the Bay; especially the East Bay. As a result interracial couples and mixed race people are much more common in the Bay whereas these things are practically nonexistent in the District.
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