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Tuesday, Jan 15, 2013 - Last Blog on Earth | News

San Diego stereotype map

A kind of offensive, but honest breakdown of our city's hoods

By Dave Maass

For a county with a population larger than a lot of states, we tend not to get a lot of Internet memes specific to our geography. So, our props go out to local graphic designer Raanan Jonboi Rosenfeld for breaking down San Diego's stereotypes into one slightly offensive, but pretty fair, map. 

So, eff you, New York Times census project

"After living here 6 years, I’ve gotten to know the many distinct neighborhoods that make up this beautiful city," Rosenfeld writes on his Facebook wall, where he first posted the image. "There’s something for everyone here, so as a service to newcomers, I created this handy map as a guide of where to find what, and who."

 Click to enlarge. (Used with permission.)

H/T Benjamin Katz

 
 
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