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Old 11-13-2012, 11:56 PM
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Originally Posted by LAX-PHX View Post
As someone that has spent a lot of time in both states I think there are definite differences but I think there are similarities too. I think because of political differences people think the 2 states are polar opposite in every way. I think culturally they do share some ties. Arizona has much more ties with and similarities to Californina than it does New Mexico. And don't even mention Texas. Arizona is totally culturally different than Texas and shares no ties with them and aren't even in the same part of the country as them.

Agreed. AZ and CA do have differences, but also have similarities (especially to SoCal). The differences mentioned by the Pacifico do exist but were exaggerated.
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