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Old Posted Sep 23, 2019, 5:22 PM
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Originally Posted by ThePhun1 View Post
That's not quite what I meant. I definitely knew there was plenty of cross-commuting for example and even some blur in sports loyalty.

I mean more like New York and Philly having some Dallas/Fort Worth or San Francisco/Oakland relationship. That's not happening any time soon as far as I can tell.
Yeah, I didn't mean to come across as refuting what you're saying. It is a different situation since NYC and Philly are two of the oldest, largest, most prominent, etc. US cities/regions versus those places you mention, particularly since those examples are closer to each other and Oakland and Ft. Worth being more like "satellite" cities for their big brothers in a way. It would be tough for Philly to become a satellite for NYC, without more significant changes like you mentioned.
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