There sure are a lot of people around these parts. Almost seems like Dallas-Fort Worth adds a new person every four minutes and 10 seconds or so. Actually, we do.
Using similar math from the US Census, out of the 343.5 people “added per day”, Dallas proper receives a measly 27 of them.
@Robbie: If you average the Census figures for the last 10 years, Dallas proper has added less than two persons per day.
Take out births and deaths and you can see that people are moving out of the city at a pretty decent clip.
CÃ³mo muchos es que hay demasiados?
Like the words from that not-quite-too-old, but totally ’90s song from the illuminatingly, prolific singer(and native Oak Cliffer) Edie Brickell, “Slow down”.