New Yorkers Are Surly

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A bunch of New Yorkers have become the arbiters of what makes one a New Yorker.

Are these New Yorkers?

Perhaps it is surly stubbornness that makes one a New Yorker.

Or an attempt to feign sorrow when one claims that a shooting was justified.

Calling people names must make both of these guys true New Yorkers.


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