Do you normally pronounce "pen" and "pin" differently?

Also, where are you from?
Update: I pronounce them the same about 50% of the time.
Update 2: Here's a map of the pin-pen merger: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Pin-pen.svg "The merger of pin and pen in Southern American English. In the purple areas, the merger is complete for most speakers. Note the exclusion of the New Orleans area, of Georgia's and South Carolina's "Low... show more Here's a map of the pin-pen merger:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Pin-pen.svg

"The merger of pin and pen in Southern American English. In the purple areas, the merger is complete for most speakers. Note the exclusion of the New Orleans area, of Georgia's and South Carolina's "Low Country" area. Based on Labov, Ash, and Boberg 2006: 68."
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