Berkeley CSUA MOTD:Entry 50046
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2008/5/23-27 [Transportation] UID:50046 Activity:low
5/23    Hey dim I'm going to LA this weekend, would like to know what is
        worth doing, and how to avoid traffic. I've already been to
        Disneyland, Universal Studios, Old Town Pasadena, Third Street
        Promenade, and suburbs in Orange County.
        \_ Congratulations! You've seen the entire Los Angeles.
        \_ Knott's. Magic Mountain.  -!dim
           \_ Yuck. And stop deleting my posts.
           \_ Someone keeps deleting my posts but I will say I don't like
              either of the above. Yuck.
              \_ I didn't delete your posts.  And if you're willing to go to
                 dland, you're willing to go to knotts or mm.  It's the same
                 junk.
                 \_ Not really. Knotts and Magic Mountain are geared towards
                    local teenagers, which means everything that implies.
                    Disneyland is geared towards families and international
                    tourists.
                 \_ Well someone keeps doing it. Disneyland isn't the same
                    thing, because it's geared to families and
                    international tourists and not local, rowdy teenagers.
                 \_ Whatever.
                 \_ Who keeps doing it then? It's tiresome.
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