Super Bowl XLVII is not only a game between San Francisco and Baltimore -- it's a bi-coastal competition for bragging rights.
Trash-talking between the East and West Coast has already commenced in preparation for Sunday's game. The winner will determine the size of each side's egos for the following weeks, but maybe we should take more into consideration. (Especially if you don't care about football.)
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We've already mashed up Full House against The Wire. These other pop culture face-offs will help you choose which legion you're siding with.
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Which city will come out on top in the Baltimore vs. San Francisco pop culture battle? Cast your votes in the comments below.
1. Full House vs. The Wire
Take your pick: Sunny Bob Saget-dwelling San Francisco, where family issues become American comedy entertainment? Or Baltimore, where illegal drug trades and harsh realities are so amazingly intense, you'll be left on pins and needles?
Mashable composite, courtesy of Warner Brothers, HBO
2. "San Francisco" by Scott McKenzie vs "Raining in Baltimore" by Counting Crows
Don't let the weather sway your vote. Though Counting Crows frontman Adam Duritz might tug on your heartstrings with this Baltimore ballad, the song is a worthy contender against Mckenzie's more carefree description of San Francisco.
3. Rice-a-Roni vs. Natty Boh
In a battle between phony icons, both coasts are guilty. The "San Francisco Treat" was born in said city, but the Golden Grain Company that now owns it is based in Illinois. Baltimore's beloved signature beer is now owned by the Pabst Brewing Company and is brewed under contract at the MillerCoors brewing facilities in North Carolina.
Mashable composite, courtesy of Golden Grain, Co., Pabst Brewing Company
4. Allen Ginsberg vs. Edgar Allen Poe
Ginsberg was the author of "Howl" and figurehead behind the San Francisco Renaissance. Poe was born in Baltimore and part of the American Romantic Movement. Everyone wins.
5. Clint Eastwood vs John Waters
It's tough to say who is crazier and/or more brilliant: the Baltimore mind behind Pink Flamingos and Hairspray or the Dirty Harry San Francisco one that talks to invisible chairs.
6. Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol vs Live Free or Die Hard
Both are fourth in the series of iconic action films. Tom Cruise must stop a sizable missile headed straight for San Francisco. Bruce Willis must fight a gang of cyber terrorists who plan to hack the FBI.
7. City of Angels vs Sleepless in Seattle
Sleepless in Seattle Meg Ryan was based in Baltimore. City of Angels Meg Ryan was set in L.A., but much of it was filmed in San Francisco and northern California. Either way, both characters will leave you a sobbing baby by the end of the film.
Mashable composite, courtesy of Warner Brothers, TriStar Pictures
8. Hairspray vs. Sister Act
In one corner, we have Whoopi Goldberg as a fake nun in a San Francisco convent. In the other, we have a "pleasantly plump" Ricki Lake singing about Baltimore on top of a dump truck. Both turned into Broadway musicals, sequels and remakes. Who wins?
Mashable composite, courtesy of New Line Cinema, Touchstone Pictures
9. Tom Clancy vs Danielle Steel
Clancy is best known for his best-selling, detailed military science fiction, but he is also part-owner of the Baltimore Orioles. Steel, a former longtime San Francisco resident, is one of the most commercially successful romantic novelists of all time.
Mashable composite, courtesy of Random House, Penguin Group
10. Michael Phelps vs Dana Vollmer
Two U.S. Olympic gold medalists. Two very separate coasts.
This story originally published on Mashable here.