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    Default looking for this thread: NYers easiest to talk

    Guys

    some days ago i read here a thread about the differences between NYers and people in California/sanfrancisco.
    In particular, the thread analyzed the easy way NYers have to start to talk with people, compared to SF, where the people are almost scared to be asked so many questions

    i cant find it anymore!
    thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by lofter1 View Post
    It's not here^ -- this is primarily architecture and skyscrapers. (Although you briefly mention your past there.)

    It's touched upon in the other two threads you mentioned.


    More threads to browse:

    Here we go again: NY vs. California

    ny females vs california females

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    Thumbs down Unpleasant links that stereotype New Yorkers

    If you didn't have over 50 posts to your name and over a year under your belt, I'd think you were a spammer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rapunzel View Post
    If you didn't have over 50 posts to your name and over a year under your belt, I'd think you were a spammer.
    Hey Rapunzel,

    May I ask you why you thought so?
    actually the ORIGINAL post was in another section of the forum,

    http://www.wirednewyork.com/forum/sh...ad.php?t=14426

    I simply posted the 2 links i found thru this first one... I could also avoid to do it, it was a way to say thanks to you and Lofter

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    Oh, don't censor yourself! You're OK just the way you are.

    I'm alluding to a tactic that spammers -- newbies, not you! -- do on message boards. They ask a question; later, they 'find the answer' and post links to other websites. The websites turn out to be either propaganda or advertising.

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