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Ruben Safir wrote:
> On Tue, Dec 28, 2010 at 11:48:17PM -0500, Ron Guerin wrote:
>> By all the official accounts, it's been at least 25-30 years since any
>> significant percentage of Long Islanders worked in the city. I suspect
>> this plays some part in the prevailing attitude out here. I recall a
>> significant amount of bitter resentment about the "MTA Tax" on the phone
>> bills when I was growing up. And the MTA does more than its share with
>> the LIRR toward making people out here quit their jobs in Manhattan and
>> work locally. I suppose that's a good thing overall though.
> Then why does all the executives in NYC companies live out in the
I don't know if they do or don't, though I suspect many of them do live
in Nassau or upstate. But how many of us are executives?