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Someone somewhere pointed out that the NCVS region on my regions map was inaccurate. Since it's important to me that all these regions be Correct as well as Definitive, I've changed it, and I have to share it somewhere. The dialect of Erie County, Pennsylvania doesn't actually follow the NCVS. So Erie must therefore be one of the fundamental regions of the United States. Having eaten one meal there while passing through, I think I'm in a good position to confirm.

I don't think I ever acknowledged that the base is the County-BAM by our very own @Chicxulub . Many thanks.
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if anyone wants an explanation, then no
keeping in line with my tradition of "take a joke someone else made and tweak it":

The Americas are traditionally considered to have been discovered by Italian explorer Christopher Columbus, after a two month voyage through the Atlantic Sea. While he would later go on to be imprisoned following the Pleitos colombinos, his voyage would go on to be immortalized in the holiday of Columbus Day. Leif Erikson is now widely regarded as the first European known to have visited the Americas, though it's hypothesized that there may have been earlier contact by Basque whalers sailing through the Straight of Munster.
 
keeping in line with my tradition of "take a joke someone else made and tweak it":

The Americas are traditionally considered to have been discovered by Italian explorer Christopher Columbus, after a two month voyage through the Atlantic Sea. While he would later go on to be imprisoned following the Pleitos colombinos, his voyage would go on to be immortalized in the holiday of Columbus Day. Leif Erikson is now widely regarded as the first European known to have visited the Americas, though it's hypothesized that there may have been earlier contact by Basque whalers sailing through the Straight of Munster.
L O N G P A N A M A
 
keeping in line with my tradition of "take a joke someone else made and tweak it":

The Americas are traditionally considered to have been discovered by Italian explorer Christopher Columbus, after a two month voyage through the Atlantic Sea. While he would later go on to be imprisoned following the Pleitos colombinos, his voyage would go on to be immortalized in the holiday of Columbus Day. Leif Erikson is now widely regarded as the first European known to have visited the Americas, though it's hypothesized that there may have been earlier contact by Basque whalers sailing through the Straight of Munster.
GEORGIA STRONK
 
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