Now you're getting personal. Making fun of the way we talk, wow! Having an accent is part of the culture and history that makes Boston great. People from San Diego could never understand that. First of all I must admit that San Diego is a nice town, I have spent a good amount of time there. But to compare it to Boston is just stupid. San Diego has great weather and great beaches, but it's not a real city. It has no culture or personality. For example: - Your entire downtown area (The Gaslamp) is about 8 blocks long. The bars are sub-par and the restaurants are average at best. Boston has 20 different "Gaslamps" throughout the city. There is no comparing the bar scene and restaurants in the two cities. You do have good sushi. - Your "Little Italy" is pathetic. I'm surprised there isn't Olive Garden or Sbarro's there. If you want real Italian food come to the North End. It's where I live, so after the game this weekend you can stop by and I'll get you a real meal. It will make you feel better. - Your Irish pubs are places like Hennessy's. Come to South Boston and go to a true Irish Pub. - San Diego is the modern day example of urban sprawl at work. It's basically a big town. There is no downtown and there is no true public transportation. The only people I ever saw on the train were people heading back across the border from downtown. How can a city not have some type of subway system? Why doesn't yours go to PB, OB, or La Jolla? It's useless. - Petco is great, but let's not get silly and compare it to Fenway. - The Union-Tribune is a joke of a paper. - I couldn't find a slice of pizza for the life of me. I've taken the advice of multiple locals and there best selection was Bronx Pizza up in butt-land. It was mediocre. - Well I'm sure you're all excited for dollar tacos and 2 dollar beers at PB Bar and Grill tonight so I won't take anymore of your time.