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SHOTLIST:AP Television - AP clients onlyNew York City - 31 December 20131. Various, Times Square2. SOUNDBITE (English) Jordan Baruch, Tourist from Maryland:"I've never been before, probably I'm not gonna come back, It's really cold, but it'll be fun."3. Various, Times Square11. SOUNDBITE (English) Emily Duncan, Tourist from Georgia:"I think I'm so frozen that I can't feel anything anymore. And I feel good, right now I feel good."4. SOUNDBITE (English) James Blair, Ohio"We've got a bag full of hand warmers and a bunch of layers on as well."5. various, police on patrolSTORYLINE:When revelers pack Times Square to ring in 2014, they will be greeted with some familiar practices: The annual ball drop, a hefty police presence and live musical performances. But for the first time in a decade, a New York City mayor won't attend the countdown at the crossroads of the world. Outgoing Mayor Michael Bloomberg, who attended every other celebration during his tenure, hobnobbing with celebrities and receiving a peck on the cheek from Lady Gaga, said he's sitting out Tuesday's festivities to spend time with family and friends. About 1 million people from all over the world are expected to pack into the bow-tie-shaped stretch of streets in midtown Manhattan to see the crystal ball drop and count down to 2014, organizers said. When the clock strikes 12 and the glittering ball drops, so will 1 ton of confetti _ scraps of paper with well wishes for the upcoming year. Temperatures were expected to be in the mid-20s, and revelers were encouraged to dress warmly and bring layers. Eager merrymakers often arrive hours early to get a good spot to view the show _ but that means staying put behind metal police pens. There are no bathrooms and once people leave, they can't come back to their spot. Police check backpacks. No alcohol is allowed.