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Wednesday, October 02, 2013

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It's more natural for Wisconsin to think regionally, since it's largest city is clearly highly related to Chicago. Indiana is much less integrated with Chicago. NWI is the second largest urban area in Indiana, but is culturally distinct and often behaves as if it's not really part of the state. The rest of the state usually acts the same way, rolling its eyes at corruption and urban decay.

Thanks for filing this report.

"he said the Indianapolis 500 was more like it"

Jeez...get over it, Pence. Outside the US, IF people care about auto racing at all (and the vast majority of Earth's population most certainly do not), it's F1 or rally, not silly oval tracks. Being content to be known as the state that has a city where a race happens once a year is hardly a development strategy.

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