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Austin, You've Been Polled! Or: People Would Not Mind Moving to Dallas. Or Near It.

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Not sure how we missed this Monday, but in the comments below, Friend of Unfair Park Enrique De La Fuente directs our attention to the results of a Harris Poll in which people were asked, "Where would you like to live if you were gonna move?" I blame Austin's coming in at No. 11 on the fact that Town LakeLady Bird Lake is no Trinity River.

Update: In the comments I've found the latest phrase for our nonexistent line of Unfair Park T-shirts: "Liking Dallas is punk."

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