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New Angeles

New Angeles
 n.— «New York and L.A. were once charged elements sparking creativity from coast to coast. But the distance between these opposing cities has collapsed under the weight of a culture consisting mainly of marketing messages. L.A. and New York have folded together like advertisements facing one another in a glossy magazine, and we have created a new entity, smeared with media ink—New Angeles.» —“East and West Coasts Are Blending into Cultural Banality” by Patrick Moore History News Network July 9, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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