From the L.A. Times:
The love affair between Phil Jackson and the state capital continued Thursday.
“It’s a beautiful place,” he said, opening his arms figuratively with an apparent compliment for Arco Arena. […] “It’s just one of the very few places where you have to walk across the court to get to a locker room that’s a dungeon.”
There’s more, and the LAT seems to like it just a little too much. In fact, they took a dig in another section, too:
Sacramento isÂ a suburb of Los Angeles. Nothing drives home that point more than a walk through Terminal A at Burbank’s Bob Hope Airport at the start of the workweek, where you can see a host of L.A. lawmakers Ã¢â‚¬â€ and lobbyists, political lawyers, labor leaders and corporate executives Ã¢â‚¬â€ waiting for their short hops to the Capitol. […]
California’s capital city may be where all the state’s movers and shakers mingle, but L.A. still rules.
Yeah, just ask ’em. Here’s the rest.
3 thoughts on “L.A. vs. Sacramento, L.A. rules edition”
“Sacramento is a suburb of Los Angeles.”
Written by someone who hasn’t a clue as to the meaning of either “suburb” or “seething, poisonous hate.”
Only a political reporter/junkie could write this piece as well, since state politics are typically ignored in SoCal. They usually get as much play in the LA press as Barmitzvahs in Iraq.
Car chases just get better ratings.
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