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            15 things people say that show they're not from the Capital Region

            Kevin O'Toole

            The Capital Region is a large and diverse area filled to the brim with regional specialties, fascinating local history and favorite dining and entertainment hotspots.

            However, there are also some things that bind Capital Region residents together. And we're not talking about just a shared area code, because that no longer applies. We love Stewart's and always know where to find the nearest shop. We have strong opinions on where to get cider doughnuts every fall, and we have an impressive knowledge of Dutch pronunciation.

            What about the things that show someone is NOT from the Capital Region? We may be welcoming, but it's still the little things that can make an out-of-towner stick out like a sore thumb.