31 reasons LA kicks New York's ass

Even though we could have stopped at the weather, we came up with 30 other reasons to settle this once and for all

Photograph: Jakob N. LaymanThis is Santa Monica Beach. It looks like this in August, December, March—oh, and all those other months too.

In an epic battle between New York and Los Angeles, which city comes out on top? Honestly, we don't usually give it much thought, but the editors over at Time Out New York suggested we go head to head, so we're bringin' out the big guns. This list will destroy New York's list. And let it be known that half our staff moved here from New York, so a) we know what we're talking about and b) we're living proof that the West Coast is the best coast.

1. We would just be bad Angelenos if the weather weren't first on our list. Listen: anyone who says nice days are better when you've earned them after enduring a long miserable winter is just delusional. Nice days are nice days, period. And we have them all the damn time. Do you miss the fall colors? Take a day trip and get a face-full of fall foliage. What is Christmas with no snow? Um, you can see snow in the mountains from the beach—and you can be up in said mountains in under two hours. Save the "no pain, no gain" attitude for that 10k you're training for. In February. On the beach path.

2. People actually smile here. Manners, ever heard of 'em?

3. Our tourist traps aren't traps. They're actually nice places that locals like to visit too, like the Hollywood Bowl, Malibu and the Griffith Observatory. New Yorkers are inexplicably proud when they can say they've never visited the Statue of Liberty (a majorly important site in our country's history)—and never would.

4. Which would you rather wake up to in the morning? Birds singing or cars honking?

5. New York's gratuitous getaway is Atlantic City, a sad attempt at hedonistic tourism. LA's is Las Vegas, which wrote the hedonism manual.

6. LA's natural beauty. We're used to hearing that our city is just one big quilted network of suburbs, and that may be true, but the threads that hold that quilt together are trees and fauna and green space. Palms line the streets, we have canyons and hills and mountains covered in waterfalls and native plants. We don't need to corral 95 percent of our city's nature into parks surrounded by an otherwise concrete jungle.

7. Two words: medical marijuana.

8. Mexican food. Do we really need to elaborate here? Just for good measure: whatever kind of Mexican food you're craving (tlayudas, caldo de mariscos Veracruz style, brunch time tamales made by someone you wish was your abuelita, jicama con limon y chamoy from a street cart, life-changing mole, tacos from a truck—seriously, whatever you want), it's here in Los Angeles, it's authentic and chances are, it's cheap.

9. You get more bang for your buck here, especially when it comes to living space. We don't have to pay an entire month's salary for an 8x10 "apartment" with our toilet in our entryway just to be in a cool neighborhood. We can also afford to live alone (read: no creepy Craigslist roommates) if we want to. And in addition to more square footage per dollar, most of LA apartments have plentiful storage, big windows (you know, for all the sun) and—eat your hearts out, New Yorkers—outdoor space.

10. We don't humble-brag about how hard we have it in a weak ploy to get respect (or sympathy). Our quality of life is good here, and we're pretty pleased about it.

11. Farmers markets. Bigger, better, more plentiful, more often, all year long.

12. When you live in a city that's still evolving and growing (as opposed to a city that is chronically built out and claustrophobic), you can have any lifestyle or living situation you want. A live/work loft in a historic industrial building Downtown? Got it. Midcentury-modern in a Mid-City fourplex? Got that too. Or maybe a studio on the beach that fits you and all your boards comfortably? No problem. Rustic cabin in the canyons where you can stargaze from your balcony? Italian villa next to a colonial mansion next to a Spanish bungalow? We might not be able to afford it, but we've got that too. It's all here in LA.

13. In-N-Out.

14. Cockroaches, bedbugs and rats? Not really a thing here. Enjoy your infestations (and pricey exterminations).

15. A shopping trip to Ikea/Target/any grocery store isn't a harrowing day-long event here. Our errands are stress- and crowd-free, much like the rest of our lives.

16. We've already rubbed in the fact that our weather is unmatched, but we also know how to take advantage of it. We spend a lot of time outdoors—eating, drinking, hiking, pool partying, watching movies, going to concerts—year-round. We don't have to run on a treadmill if we don't want to. Even our schools are indoor-outdoor. Lucky kids.

17. Theme parks. They're everywhere, and they're fucking fun: Knotts Berry Farm, Universal Studios, Six Flags, oh, and only the happiest goddamn place on earth, Disneyland.

18. Maybe it's because we spend a lot of time in our cars, but radio rules here. We have three public stations boasting news, entertainment and cutting edge music. KCRW is widely known as one of the best NPR stations in the country, and is probably responsible for launching most of your favorite bands. And don't forget our college stations—KCSN, KXLU, KXSC—playing obscure gems, and uh, hello, 93.5 KDAY for back-in-the-day hip hop hits. Word to your mother.

19. We can go all year without turning on the heat or the air conditioning.

20. When New Yorkers get out of the city, it involves an escape plan. You need to find a car. You need to buy a ticket. You need to worry about weather. And you need to get the hell out, because you just can't take it anymore. When we leave LA, it's about having an adventure. Impulse trip to the desert? Beach day in San Diego? Wine tasting in Santa Barbara? We just go.

21. Though we may never pronounce Marina del Rey the same way after "The Californians," no one here actually talks like that. The Valley accent is just another overused (albeit funny) trope. At their best, we're annoyed by New York accents. At their worst, we wish we had subtitles (or better yet, a mute button).

22. Our sidewalks may be cracked, but they're not covered in rotting trash. And they don't smell like piss.

23. Personal space isn't a commodity here. Want to blast pump-up songs and sing along in your car on your way to work? Not so easy on the subway. Do you prefer a detached house to the thin, TMI walls you share with your neighbor? You don't need to cross state lines to find that here.

24. Movies are made here, and we're proud of it. Not only is "the industry" great for our city's economy, but it entertains and inspires the entire world.

25. Also, you're welcome for all that porn you watch.

26. When it comes to jazzy Jews, we've got New York beat by a landslide. Woody Allen? Consensual (maybe) but creepy (definitely). Jeff Goldblum? Timeless babe. They both play weekly live shows, but Woody's cheapest tickets are a whopping $110 a pop. Jeff offers up his musical stylings (and stylin' outfits, and little dances, and eccentric anecdotes) FOR FREE, every week, and sticks around post-show to mingle with the crowd.

27. We work to live. You live to work.

28. So maybe, true to stereotype, we are really into yoga and juice cleanses and staying fit. Go ahead and call that narcissism if you want, but we guarantee it's better than being cooped up in a city that prides itself on being stressed out. Looking better is nice, but feeling better is key.

29. Coachella may be a shitshow of idiots in neon and jorts, but those idiots come from all over the world to experience it. As far as music festivals go, it destroys Governor's Ball—which no one is traveling more than four hours to attend, please.

30. New York, you're so formal. We dress comfortably and casually to do almost anything. And then, bonus, it's all the more exciting and special when we do get fancy.

31. To borrow from our homegirls in the Valley: Whatever. We know New York has us beat on some things, and that's okay. Good for them. Thing is, they're usually too busy shitting on us to realize that we don't really care. We're pretty laid back, and confident in the fact that LA is an amazing city (see above). Now if you'll excuse us, we're heading to the beach.

See New York's response: 31 reasons New York kicks LA's ass

And then, our response to New York's response: 31 things New York got wrong about LA

Have your own reasons why LA kicks New York's ass? Share them in the comments section below.



Uuh ... you rarely meet people from LA moving or living in New York ..Lol ....everyday I meet a Fxxing NY transplant here in My Native City of Angels. Their lives were so pathetic and they felt so anonymous that they had to move here just to feel special. They say with pride “ I’m from NY “ . We say ok... your so cool and we love your accent .... ( get the fxxk out of here )

Djamila G

Comparing New York to LA is like comparing Paris to Marseilles. Sure Marseilles is nice but it'll never be Paris.

Elias D

fuck LA, i actually never thought about committing suicide until i lived there 

Chris C



LA wins because the weather, the flowers, the beaches and valet parking

Brad A

Lived in LA and NYC. LA for 5 years and 3 years in NYC. I lived in a tiny house in LA and was able to save some money. LA's weather is amazing and it's more free and easy to live. Plus the people are nice. NYC is a cold miserable place. The people in NYC are so fake rude. Plus, it's very expensive and the government has tight control over everything. No tiny house in NYC. LA is world's better.

jaelinplayscod F

I'm a New Yorker and this is a fact: movies are also made in Manhattan

Try A

I have lived all over the country. Anyone I know that has visited LA has felt genuinely let down. What anyone does there, is yet to be determined....Hollywood hills are a bunch of bushes, the Hollywood Sign is invisible, Rodeo Drive is a wannabe NYC 5th Avenue. No culture, except for a few Mexican restaurants. My recommendations to Californians.... Stop trying so hard... Your state is in no way considered competition to New York.... But good luck spending the rest of your life trying😊

Abdulai B

Just visited LA for the first time and I must say its the best American city I have ever seen. They have almost everything I look for in a city that size. The only thing I don't like about LA or California as a whole is gas prices which is insanely high. That could soon change though with the coming electric car revolution. The roads are wide and actually look nice and the drivers not as crazy as those we have in the North East. BTW New York roads are Third World standards based on my own experience a few years ago. Never seen so many potholes in my life. As for tolls. OMG! We drove from MD to the heart of LA and back without a penny paid to tolls. NY are daylight robbers with their toll system. LA is also far cleaner than NY. I still like NY but LA is really an amazing city.

rodolfo n

This list was probably written by a gentrifier. I'm an LA Native and our streets are probably just as bad as New Yorks possibly worst because of our storm drains that back up. When you flush the toilet it goes to santa monica Bay. Spontaneous trips to wherever NEVER HAPPEN. Tourist traps are just as bad as the statue of liberty ours are sidewalks with names on them that people take pictures of. We never go to Hollywood, we avoid downtown because there's nothing there. Radio is just as bad here kcrw is a joke. People are just as miserable here than they are in new York. People are very rude in LA, I have encountered more people with good manners in new York than in LA because theyre surrounded by people all the time.

Les P

L.A. is simply awesome.  NY is big and full of itself.  Seriously, how many hours can you spend looking at the same Kandinsky?,And anyone who claims they love the bitter chill of a six-month winter is simply lying. In L.A. nearly every day is perfect. And perfection leads to happy people doing happy things.  New Yorkers are angry much of the time. I don't need that. 

Food? Who cares who makes better pizza. I'd much rather sit outside in some awesome L.A. restaurant enjoying the warm snips of the evening breeze while pounding margaritas. I don't need to shove "excellent" NY pizza down my gullet in some stanky turn of the century (19th) hovel. 

And plenty of music for people like me who make a living playing guitar.  Nothing better in the world than making a living doing something you love in a place that welcomes you every morning with perfect weather..

NY is a fun place to visit; but so is katmandu. 

Abdulai B

There is no comparison. LA is far better than NY no matter how you look at it.

Jason Y

@Abdulai B LA is one of the most boring places on Earth. In fact chicago should be considered the second best city. Manhattan alone is better than the city of Los Angeles. LA is built for snobby rich celebrities. Hardly any free events concert etc. NY there is always something to do that is fun and FREE. Also getting around LA is like trying to drive a smart car through 10 feet of snow. NY there are options and the mass transit can get you anywhere in the city 24/7/365

pat s

@Les P You're a grade-A douch nozzle. I've lived in both places (from NY) and have chosen to remain in NYC because we don't have to prove how much preferable a place we are. We just have in-born cool. And what the hell are you TALKING about with that "Kandinsky" comment? Do you even know about art? Sad that you're so crude that you actually mock museums and galleries, as if they were a bad thing! And uh, dude-you can play your guitar in the subway the same way you do for dollars on Hollywood Blvd..."perfect" weather? Puh-leaze. The same damn boring, ultimately depressingly sunny climate...ugh. You're jealousy is glaring, plus your lack of knowledge about my city is laughable. Pizza in a "19th century hovel"?? WTF? Clearly, you're very angry and bitter. Generalize much? Ick.

Drew D

Hey dont forget to mention your happy homeless people thanks god for that sun with all the homeless people you run into in your city lmaooo clown ass get out of here we are not angry we are just real but you aint ready for that so go to the corner and put your head down oh take the margarita with you too, you also forgot to mention how broke ca is dont forget that part i know honesty is something you probadly know nothing about but these are just friendly reminders

Schmied S

Funny thing is, I don't see any Californians bitching on here. We never think of NYC, we're too damn busy being outside surfing, hiking, hanging at the beach, etc lol!

I'm from back east and you couldn't pay me enough to suffer through those F-ing winters! Not to mention the humidity, bugs, etc back there. Plus.... It's FLAT. No mountains, canyons, desert, Vegas, shitty weather, rarely ever any sunshine.

It's 72 and sunny for me year round, oh yah, one other thing, we can snow ski and surf in the same day!!!! Eat your damn heart out east coast. West coast is the SHEEEEIIIIITTTTT!!!!!!

Abdulai B

I just left LA and on my way to MD and I'm actually a bit depressed as I write this. Me and my family are already talking about moving to LA. And don't get me started on the weather. Zero humidity mixed with breeze actually make me want to stay out all the time. No wonder people are so depressed all the time in the East Coast.

Damian N

Zero humidity? Wrong. Los Angeles does get humidity - even as much as NYC sometimes.

pat s

@Schmied S You're fclearly not from NY. We have mountains, valleys, beaches, etc. Ever visited the Catskills? The gorgeous Hudson Valley? Vegas is a shithole, and the freeways in LA are a nightmare. I've lived there. I got out, so happily. I've seen waterbugs and mice in LA-they live there, too! It's clear you're trying to hard to be Oh, So HAPPY that you live there...LA is nice to visit for three days, then I need to get the hell out.

pat s

@Abdulai B If I'd lived in MD I"d leave, too. And I know far more depressives in LA than in NYC...mental illness doesn't have a lock on geography.

Jeffrey C

Don't forget Carl's Jr. WAY better burger chain than any of the others.

Kenneth R

Im from New York and only thing I dont like about Los Angeles is way they exhibit Hatred towards Outsiders assuming all Outsiders moved get into Hollywood. People in Los Angeles are as rude as New Yorkers, but Angelenos assume they are "Funny" when most are not! Ive been around Neighborhoods of Los Angeles and they are also Dirty unless live in Beverly Hills, Santa Monica, Pasadena or way out in Valley. All this talk about Beaches? Most People go to Beaches in LA are Wealthy Whites, Hippy Whites and Tourist. Colored People so Economically discriminated against with Fair Housing that have Work 3 to 4 Jobs get by and dont have time to enjoy LA Beaches. Disney Land is "Fun"? Place be having Disease Outbreaks from all Dirty Tourist (Surprised havnt closed down Frequently) and Disney Land is extremely expensive so not like Locals are going their 24/7! Fashion? Most Angelenos by things at Discount Online or Flea Markets then LIE they bought Items from Beverly Hills or Melrose, Etc. Food Quality is Limited and usually 5 Star Restaurants poor tasting Food. 3 Star Restaurants usually have Poor Customer Services except for Restaurants in Asian Communities. Los Angeles has excellent Sports Venues and Universities and Vocational School, but Job Market beyond Entertainment Industey unstable because most People prefer get High on Weed than Study Vocation. Vegas is Dirty and not all Angelenos got $ Gamble. Most go to Vegas because Strip Clubs in Los Angeles SUCK and Night Clubs in Los Angeles SUCK due to all Actor and Model Wannabes INFESTING them!

Kenneth R

Angelenos are Heart Conservatives, but Odd Reason they Vote as "Liberals" Live here in LA and OBSERVE? Most People are Conservatives

Kenneth R

B, C, D.....F Actors and Actresses or Models and also Ordinary People walking around with Oversized Black Glasses look STUPID AS HELL. Even the International Celebrities live in LA Wear these Oversized Glasses really think ME being Latino knows what Korean or Bollywood Movie or Magazine they were In, Etc. Im "Bro I just want purchase my shit from Pharmacy but standing in my way thinking im beg for an Autograph"- Retarded.

Kenneth R

There is PLENTY of Public Transportation, but these Retards prefer be in Cars that they cant really afford to look "Cool", but causes Gridlock not only on Highways, but also on Regular Streets. If Angelenos use more Public Transportation then Free Up Highways for more Commerce and less expensive to Live. Sprawled Out Place and be as expensive New York City and Tokyo? Houses should be as affordable as Texas!

Kenneth R

People "Smile All Time"? Yeah Right! Angelenos are more Miserable and Racist than New Yorkers. Only ones Smile All Time are White People and Asians because they only ones got $ in Los Angeles. Expensive to open Small Business and expensive to maintain Customer Loyalty because everything Fad Oriented in Los Angeles or cant have Barbor Shop because has be Barborshop with Juice and Pet Boutique with Florals all in one because Half its Population is Infested with Gays should really migrate to San Francisco or STAY within Boundaries of West Hollywood

Kenneth R

LAC means Looney Asylum County aka Looney Tunes came to REAL LIFE

Kenneth R

LA sucks! Hence reason considering moving to Long Beach, Orange County, San Diego, Honolulu, Denver or Texas within next 3 1/2 Years. Waiting see how Mayor Garcetti do to improve City because Mayor Villainragosa was HORRIBLE Mayor didnt really do anything. NYC Mayors BETTER than LA Mayors!

A.L. H

The above can ONLY have been written by someone wracked by a monumental insecurity.

And while I'll not rebut it point by point, I moved here thirty-two years ago. This New Yorker had never seen a cockroach till he lived in L.A. Or bedbugs, which have bedeviled his West Coast existence for the last five years. Rats? I haven't seen any, but the authors of the above are living in a fantasy if they think for one instant that the alleys and cellars and sewers of Southern California aren't crawling with them, as are every major city in the world.

Los Angeles has its virtues, but a realistic view by its residents of exactly what those virtues are isn't among them.

Lindsay S

"Between 2004 and 2012, New York saw its entertainment sector expand by 10,675 jobs — a 25% increase. During the same period, California lost 16,137 film and TV industry jobs, an 11% decline. " -LA TIMES

LA is actually losing film business left and right. The industry has been moving east for the last couple years. So while a few things are true about LA vs NYC that is not one of them. Film is a NYC game now. 

Jenny S

I like how most people that are complaining about this post are New Yorkers haha


New Yorkers are clueless. Life literally stops at the East and Hudson River...  and they are too worried about getting that perfectly crafted Bagel at 7:00a (not 7:01a) and that mandatory 10 Second Macchiato to kick start their hellacious day of walking through piss soaked air, homeless people preaching in every form of transportation, and others discussing how this and that opened last week and the're already over it. All this, plus the lack of sunlight due living on top of each other, is clouding the minds of what was once probably the best city in the world. Not anymore my friends. Wake up and smell the flowers. Oh wait, where are the flowers?? Google might be able to help you. Good luck...

Allison H

@DNC A And you're dissing New Yorkers because what? We have busier jobs and our economy is better? Besides, it depends on what way you look at NY. If you look at the world like you look at NY, what's the point of living if all you're doing is moaning about how bad other cities are compared to your own?


Here is the Rock Bottom truth from a guy who has lived over 5 years on both coasts back to back. Originally from Toronto so I am in no way bias!

Lets simply do a little test here to see how great LA is Next to NYC.

Simply lets take NYC weather and ship it over to LA so that LA has the exact weather NYC does though out the year....You getting where I am going here LOL????

At this point when you actually stop to think about it...nothing in LA is better than NYC!

Freezing in your car to drive just to get milk for your Cheerios.

Everything is so spread out that in winter time you would not know people exist in LA.

No trips to the beach. Everything LA talks about is weather related. Take away the weather then is comes down to actual

things such as food, lifestyle, energy, people etc. NONE are better in LA, no joke.

Basically everything that LA claims is better actually simply revolves around weather. 

But the truth is if you did take New York weather to LA. NOTHING comes close, who ever said LA had better food is seriously smoking too much weed..getting high can make anything taste good, go try it lol. 

The only proud thing the have is a "fast food" establishment that they brag about in and out!! LMAO

You would actually have most people from LA move to NYC just so they can feel alive again.

New York is Quality with little to no hype. 

Los Angeles is all hype with the product it self being actually crap

Literally everything is better in NYC in this case.

Sometimes it just takes simplicity to figure these things out. So who ever said LA just has the weather and nothing else

is spot on and did the math!

Babs W

@Utsav G If NYC had LA's weather and cost of living, I'd move there tomorrow. I like the urban life with subways and walking rather than snail-speed traffic and road rage. Beaches are cool every once in a while, but it would have little impact on my everyday life. Plus LA's a bit too Mexican now for me.

a b

@Utsav G Let's see:
Sunny day: Outdoor concerts literally all summer, tons of parks in every neighborhood, outdoor bars, roof top bars and dining... there's more but I get the impression you think that NYC exists inside a highrise in Manhattan.

Work: I worked 60+ hours per week in LA and did the same in NYC. People with ambition work hard regardless of their location. But i'll agree that most LA folks are considerably lazier than NYC.

Living space: I lived in a 750 sqft place in Brooklyn for 2200 /mo. I'm looking at places in Santa Monica right now (which is where I work so its mandatory to live here due to the soul crushing traffic)... and i'm seeing 2600+ for 500sqft. Once upon a time it was better in LA, but those days have come to an end

Clean environment: Google it... LA has the worst air quality in the country. I my first 3 days back I could taste car fumes in the air until I finally got used to it.

Getting out of town: Las Vegas is 4 hours away from LA (if you don't hit traffic). Do you have any clue how many places and things there are to do within 4 hours of NYC? Just to name a few: Philly, Boston, DC... but there's literally 10 states worth of cities within a 4 hour drive of NYC.

If you went to NYC and only stayed in Manhattan, then that's your problem. But don't claim there's nothing to do, nowhere to go, and no access to outdoor activities with sunshine in NYC just because you never did it.

Samantha C

@E M New York is quality with little to no hype? All New York does it's hype itself.  New Yorkers talk endlessly about how much they love New York and how much better it is than everyone else (note that even this article was written at the request of New York's TimeOut so they'd have an opportunity to battle it out).  The clincher on this list was their last point:  That LA doesn't really care what New York has to say about them, but New York is constantly, CONSTANTLY asserting how great it is...and it reads a little desperate.

Utsav G

I've lived in both the cities too. If NYC had LA's weather, it wouldn't make much difference, cuz the tall sky scrapers would block em anyway. What would you do on a sunny weather in NYC, go to the beach? You don't have a lot of outdoor activities is NYC. LA on the other hand, is the exact opposite. People don't work like dogs here, yet they manage to live a better life than most New Yorkers. You have better living space, clean environment, outdoor activities, and most of the people are nice and friendly. You got to be kidding me if you think they don't have good food in LA. Before I read this article, I was literally drooling, thinking about all the Mexican, Vietnamese food I used eat when I lived in LA. In NYC, once you are out of Manhattan, you really have nowhere to go, compared to LA, where you are surrounded by beach towns, and Vegas is only 4 hrs away. It's not like you have to always be in sunset blvd to have fun you know.

Serge W

if you don't have a lot of money, New York is the shitiest place you can live, you have to work your ass off if you wanna survive, I lived there, and in LA what you pay for a 30sft studio you have a whole condo with pool and beautiful views in Los Angeles, and youre better paid in LA that's for sure I can guarantee that

Allison H

@Serge W If you know the right places to look you wouldn't be complaining about the prices of everything. 

McKell F

New York's list was WAY better. LA had to have longer explanations to justify themselves. NYC all the way. 

Wiz D

NYC is the birthplace to Hip Hop. Our Hip Hop icon Is Biggie (G.O.A.T.), Brooklyn born & raised...La's is 2pac...someone born & raised in Harlem til he was 14...nuff said.


The ONLY good thing LA has is the weather!!! All else you are plainly dreaming!!! You must be so stoned out of your mind, that hallucinations have become the norm for you!!!

The food is HORRIBLE!!! If you want truly good Mexican food, go to Texas, not LA which serves pseudo Mexican slop.

You can't even get decent pizza anywhere in LA!!! Hint: the secret to NYC's great pizza is the water; which in LA you should not drink!

LA has plenty of cockroaches, bedbugs and rats!!! Even fancy apartments in LA have them! You truly must live in some bubble, as every place gets exterminated on a frequent basis!

Take off those rose coloured glasses, as they are clouding your judgment!!!

LA has great weather, that cannot be disputed; all else you have written is bogus and largely fabricated.! Stop accepting payment from the LA Tourist Board, and instead write authentic journalistic pieces!


The ONLY good thing LA has is the weather!!! All else you are plainly dreaming!!! You must be so stoned out of your mind, that hallucinations have become the norm for you!!!

Jhonny P

At least in nyc we are not tripping over homeless people. Nyc does not have skidrow we actually have shelters and programs for the homeless. LA just ignores the problem.

Charlotte H

Bulls hit I was tripping over people in the Bowery 50 years ago

Samantha C

@Jhonny P LA has shelters.  It's just really beautiful outside, so the homeless there aren't afraid of freezing to death.

Natalia C

At leased in New York we don't sit down all day smoking weed .Also we have one of the most important monuments in the United States the Statue of Liberty who cares about you montains. And do you guys have City Island I don't think so. Plus he have broadway and we have radio city music hall which is the home of the rockets. Plus we've got time square which on New Years is where the ball drops.