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Old Posted Jan 27, 2018, 6:16 AM
ThePhun1 ThePhun1 is offline
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Originally Posted by Quixote View Post
Atlanta is a city tucked beneath a forest with a lot more sparse, exurban-looking sprawl. Dallas is built on flat, open plains with no major mountains or national forests nearby.

Visually, Atlanta has much more in common with suburban DC than any of the major Sun Belt cities outside of Charlotte.
Yeah, I never said they were exactly the same. Topographically speaking, they aren't the same but they're both auto-centric Sprawl Belt cities with strip mall-filled, McMansion suburbs as far as the eye can see. Dallas doesn't have a coastline nearby but it doesn't mean it's not similar to Houston.
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