Here is an interesting one that got me thinking. San Francisco is full of activity, and is known for many things - cable cars, the Golden Gate Bridge, and Ghiradelli Chocolate, to name a few. It is also filled with immigrants, particularly from Asian countries, businessmen, families, singles, straight couples, gay couples, gay singles, homeless people, millionaires, liberals, vegetarians, and many people from many walks of life.
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BUT does San Francisco really have its own unique culture? What is truly considered San Franciscan? Boston and New York are two much older cities that have clearly defined roots, with clear lineage attached. But for a city as new as San Francisco, can a true culture really exist?
What are your thoughts?
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