„He went to Los Angeles to do the work even though he hated the city; it was full of happy homogeneous people without structure or direction. While on the bus to work, it seemed to him Los Angeles went on long after it had already made its point.“

— Gregory Benford, White Creatures, p. 170 (Originally published in New Dimensions 5, edited by Robert Silverberg), 1975
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