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I challenge you to visit. Walk down its streets and avenues. Explore its museums. Discover its culture — your culture. Smell its cherry blossoms. Breathe its history — your history. Troll its bars and speakeasies for that elusive perfect glass of bourbon. Try its food. Meet its people.
There are guides and handbooks on making it in NYC, the city that never sleeps – but what about DC, the city that always sleeps? There are documentaries chronicling the rise and fall of stars out in LA, the city of dreams, but not much has been said of those of us living in DC, the city of nightmares.
Judging from the popularity of the #snOMG tag, it seemed like everyone had something witty to say about the Seattle snow on Twitter (which was actually a nice break from the monotony of everyone’s witty comments about the new TSA policies). Some users even registered the ironic accounts @WaSnowpocalypse and @SeattleSnowPR.