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Still Moving to Texas: The 2014 Metropolitan Population Estimates

27th March 2015

Read it.

Austin is pretty much the San Francisco of Texas, the low spot toward which all of the SWPL hipsters in the South and West drain if they can’t make it to one of the Left Coasts or don’t want to suffer from those areas’ anti-growth attitudes (an inchoate feeling that they can’t articulate because it would make their heads explode but which motivates them at the subconscious level).

2 Responses to “Still Moving to Texas: The 2014 Metropolitan Population Estimates”

  1. ErisGuy Says:

    Looks like a chart of California cities in the late 1950s and early 1960s. Expect change. Lots of it.

  2. Tim of Angle Says:

    Only if the Texas state government is taken over by soclalists, as California’s was, and I don’t think that climate is such as to attract the sort of SWPL people that are busily destroying the Left Coast.