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So Very Confused

Compared with other urban dwellers around the US, San Franciscans disproportionately find our city both too impersonal and skyscraper studded and too short and quaint, according to a survey by the Boston planning and design firm Sasaki Associates. Just one in 10 of us said we're prone to stopping to admire a tall building, possibly because we're too busy judging each other. Out of the six cities surveyed, only Washington, DC, is snippier. [SF Gate]