There is so much groupspeak out there about putting an NFL team (or two) in Los Angeles. The argument usually includes the idea that [insert large percentage here] of our country lives in L.A., so we can't turn our backs on such a huge population. Nonsense. I have lived in L.A. before. People in L.A. just don't care about attending NFL football. We live in a mobile society. People move to L.A. because they like a certain lifestyle. That lifestyle does not generally include attending NFL football games. Are there some NFL fans in L.A.? Of course. But how many can there be, and how FANatical can they be about NFL football, if not one but two owners within memory have pulled their teams out of that market? If it's correct that the NFL needs a team in L.A. because L.A. has a large population, then it's also true that L.A. is a great location for a whitewater rafting venue, an ice fishing club, and a lumberjack contest.