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9.24.2003

I've had some interesting discussions about the relative merits of living in various places in the U.S. I have had what I think is a fairly atypical experience in the I grew up in the midwest (Kansas City), went to undergrad in SoCal, and then to grad school in Boston. I currently live in SoCal, and like it here just fine. I am convinced that, just as people tend to rise to their own level of mediocrity, people also tend to live in places that suit their personalities. In the following series of posts I am going to discuss different places I've lived, their virtues and follies, and why people may or may not want to live there.
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