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We city dwellers, we residents of Los Angeles and the surrounding areas, are for the most part urbanized to some extent. We know deadlines, start times and traffic.
Los Angeles, I don't like that town. Too decadent, and it's slimy.
Many of my friends back in New York and elsewhere have a glib or dismissive attitude toward Los Angeles. It's a place of strip malls and traffic and not much else, in their opinion.
I'm in the middle of my sixth book, which is about animals at the Los Angeles Zoo.
Los Angeles is not a town full of airheads. There's a great deal of wonderful energy there. They say 'yes' to things; not like the endless 'nos' and 'hrrumphs' you get in England!
In February 1991, I was rushed to the hospital in Los Angeles to have my feet amputated. Three years earlier, I had broken the national 100 meters hurdles record while a student at UCLA and was a favourite for the event at the 1988 Seoul Olympics.
I was born and raised in East Los Angeles by a single mom who had three biological kids and adopted four more. I never met my dad.
Los Angeles fashion is the Starbucks of the modeling world.
Long ago, I did a five-and-a-half-hour-a-day, six-day-a-week talk show for four years, early on, in Los Angeles - local show. And when you are on that many hours with no script, you know, you get very comfortable, maybe overly comfortable with that small audience.
I did a play called Throne of Straw when I was 11, at the Odyssey Theatre in Los Angeles. It became really clear to me at that point that I enjoyed acting more than any other experience I was having.
In high school, I was on the youth advisory council for the Mayor's Office of Los Angeles, and that was kind of my first experience in the bureaucratic system. We tried to get things done, and nobody was really interested in getting anything done.
I been all around the world and I haven't found a city that I'd rather be from or rather come back to than Los Angeles.
I normally live in Los Angeles, if you can call it normally living.
Steven Patrick Morrissey
AT&T sucks. There's no excuse for being in downtown Los Angeles, and your phone loses service. That's ridiculous.
I'm not that crazy about how some of the men dress in Los Angeles.
I'm a very law-abiding citizen, and I've never consciously broken any law. I get nervous just jaywalking in Los Angeles!
If you've driven over to the gay section of Los Angeles, it's like a golf course... Real estate values go 'boom!'
Los Angeles is a microcosm of the United States. If L.A. falls, the country falls.
In Los Angeles, I feel connected to a hubbub of strangeness. And I enjoy that; I like strangeness.
I lived in Los Angeles in the '80s, which was not the best place to be.
I've been told that I'm incompetent, socially retarded, maladjusted. I still know that I couldn't function in reality. Los Angeles is a good place for me.
I'm not actually from Compton - I'm from South Central Los Angeles, and my father still lives in the same house I grew up in, so I'm there all the time.
I was never an ambitious girl, or even a self-confident one. I never went in for beauty pageants or wore a stitch of make-up until I went to Los Angeles.
In Atlanta, with a large African-American population, Sosa is often considered a black man. In Miami and Los Angeles, with larger Hispanic populations, he is a Latino man, and the black label is rejected as robbing Hispanics of a hero.
I attended private Catholic schools in Paris and Los Angeles through high school.
John F. Kennedy
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