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Stop Whining & Get Over It Los Angeles!

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Today, our list is for anyone who's every complained about living in Los Angeles, especially anyone who's a transplant.

Someone over at Buzzfeed came up with the top 10 things to get over about Los Angeles, basically it's a stop whining list, and we've found out five favorites, they are:

  1. There are no seasons in Los Angeles, you may miss the crisp fall weather and all the changing colors, but we have snow it's just in the mountains and luckily we don't have to shovel it to get to work, and yes there's rain every once in a while, not to mention super hot days!
  2. Everyone is in the "industry", actually it's only a very small percentage, this article cited these statistic: of the more than 4 million people who work in Los Angeles less than 75,000 people actually work in entertainment.
  3. No public transit, it may seem like that because of all the freeway traffic jams, but Los Angeles has the second largest bus system in the US behind New York City.  It has the third largest transit system by ridership in the US as well.
  4. Los Angeles has no culture, in reality Los Angeles is pretty well established as a center for visual art, film, architecture, literature… it's got a lot of everything. And for theatre, it has over 300 professional theaters. And let's not forget all the museums.
  5. No one is "from" L.A., the author points out natives are kinda treated like unicorns, but there are all types of people here in Los Angeles, including those who were actually born here!

For the entire list, as well as all the other reasons you should love Los Angeles, check out BuzzFeed!

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