Friday, November 02, 2007

Pittsburgh Pist-Gazette does some valuable navel gazing

She might have found some lint in there.
Pittsburgh Pist-Gazette When we use “Pittsburgh” in PLACES RATED ALMANAC, we’re talking about the metro area surrounded by 7 counties, containing 441 cities and towns in NW Pennsylvania, and named after the largest city in the area.
This is the same type of thinking that goes to Pittsburgh being named, "Knowledge Town" while being home to Oliver High School, Langley, Carrick, Westinghouse and Peabody -- all "Drop-Out Factories."

Go figure.

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