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Map Outlines Every Negative Stereotype About L.A. Neighborhoods

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Urbane recently unveiled this map that showcases every stereotype about most L.A. neighborhoods. It even covers a little bit of Orange County and the Inland Empire for good measure.

While some parts of the map are more than a little offensive (such as using 'Mexicans' as a catch-all term for Spanish-speaking people), others are sadly accurate. The map covers everything, from the calls for secession from the San Fernando Valley to the 'expensive car accidents' that undoubtedly litter the streets of Malibu.

You can take a look at a larger version of the map here.