Discussion in 'The Locker Room' started by JadeB, Dec 15, 2020.
Ive spent time in both and can't really call it
They both have pros and cons
The Bay all day.
but SoCal wins based on the scenery alone.
SoCal wins by a huge margin.
There’s simply too much here. Lots of culture, different scenery to look at, lots of history. An incredible amount of people. Always something going on.
Although NorCal (Bay Area only) is really amazing and scenic in terms of landscape. Especially parts of SF, Oakland, Berkeley, Marin, etc.
But other than that it’s relatively empty and soulless. Especially SF, it’s filled with tourists and inaccessible to anyone else. But even in Downtown Oakland it’s dead, rundown, and a relic of a bygone era.
I’m back in my city
Touched down tonight
Norcal is a shythole except Sacramento
Socal is a shythole except San Diego
SD has a leg up for being next to Mexico
I heard the lockdown there is serious, even more than here in San Diego where even the beaches are empty.
Does Northern California include the part of California north of Sacramento/San Fran that no one ever speaks of?
Yeah. Southern California also includes bama ass Imperial and San Bernandino Counties
Greater Los Angeles (used to live in Long Beach)
Inland Empire (used to live in Corona)