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Probably Houston, Possibly Dallas

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The first part of the answer, the "no" is right, but there is a missing "not" before "lost."

I love this sentence.

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Krispy Kreme donuts - to me at least - are a better fit in Dallas than in Houston. And here's why: upon closer inspection, it becomes obvious that all glazed Krispy Kreme donuts are identical to the point of perfection in conformity. They are a well-planned donut, which meet all of the requirements of compliance, and, you can always count on any donut to taste and look the same as its adjacent donut. I, for one, prefer the deep history and radical flavors that ooze from the Shipley. But that

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Not sure how this table will show up, but Dallas added 5,000 people in 2004, which is an increase over the 1,100 and 1,200 a year in their recession years. They've added 20,000 since 2000.

Rank City July 1, 2004 July 1, 2003 July 1, 2002 July 1, 2001 July 1, 2000 Estimates base Census

1 New York city NY 8,104,079 8,109,626 8,091,086 8,067,993 8,017,840 8,008,654 8,008,278

2 Los Angeles city CA 3,845,541 3,819,413 3,786,010 3,745,372 3,704,402 3,694,616 3,694,820

3 Chicago city IL 2,862,244 2,875,585 2,886,634 2,896,304 2,896,049 2,896,016 2,896,016

4 Houston city TX 2,012,626 2,009,669 2,002,144 1,979,052 1,961,307 1,956,883 1,953,631

5 Philadelphia city PA 1,470,151 1,476,953 1,486,712 1,498,593 1,513,672 1,517,550 1,517,550

6 Phoenix city AZ 1,418,041 1,388,215 1,367,837 1,345,352 1,326,120 1,321,559 1,321,045

7 San Diego city CA 1,263,756 1,262,699 1,251,808 1,242,829 1,227,658 1,223,415 1,223,400

8 San Antonio city TX 1,236,249 1,214,154 1,192,591 1,169,816 1,155,180 1,151,271 1,144,646

9 Dallas city TX 1,210,393 1,205,084 1,203,861 1,202,749 1,190,436 1,188,589 1,188,580

10 San Jose city CA 904,522 897,399 896,076 903,370 898,069 895,330 894,943

11 Detroit city MI 900,198 912,472 922,727 934,896 947,859 951,270 951,270

12 Indianapolis city (balance) * IN 784,242 784,462 783,028 784,055 781,800 781,864 781,870

13 Jacksonville city FL 777,704 768,653 758,513 747,190 736,470 735,617 735,617

14 San Francisco city CA 744,230 751,908 761,983 774,479 776,665 776,733 776,733

15 Columbus city OH 730,008 728,566 723,246 720,239 714,155 712,119 711,470

16 Austin city TX 681,804 673,418 671,486 673,934 664,033 660,284 656,562

17 Memphis city TN 671,929 673,120 674,478 676,087 679,545 679,983 650,100

18 Baltimore city MD 636,251 643,304 636,141 645,305 648,554 651,154 651,154

19 Fort Worth city TX 603,337 585,465 569,470 555,174 544,008 541,349 534,694

20 Charlotte city NC 594,359 585,301 577,191 570,365 560,461 557,902 540,828

Anyone notice that Fort Worth is #19? Not even Boston, Altanta, Seattle, or Las Vegas are in that top 20 list. Making me look at FW as a major player with the big boys B)

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Anyone notice that Fort Worth is #19? Not even Boston, Altanta, Seattle, or Las Vegas are in that top 20 list. Making me look at FW as a major player with the big boys B)

In the 5 years before the 2004 update Fort Worth passed:

Charlotte, El Paso, Milwaukee, Seattle, Boston, Denver, Louisville, Washington, Nashville, and Portland.

It will pass Baltimore any time now. I assume it will pass Austin, Memphis, and San Francisco in the not too distant future, although Vegas is growing about as fast so you cant count it out.

Jason

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