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Reader: New Year's Eve weather was cold, but coats aren't cool

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Despite the cold on New Year's Eve, downtown parties were hot. And the sight of revelers running from one event to another gave one reader the best laugh of the new year... See also: - Slide Show: People of Decadence on New Year's Eve - Reader: We pros stay at home New Year's Eve

Says Juan Leg:

couldn't help myself from laughing at ALL the 1/2 dressed girls running around the 16th street mall last night, in less than 10 degree weather !

PHENOMENA - 2013 !!!!

What an excellent way to begin the new year !

How did you start the new year? Tell us below. And see the entire People of Decadence slide show here.


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