This morning, Bloomberg News pays a visit to Preston Center, where a certain former president is about to set up shop, and finds that it's quite "popular with lawyers who don't want to be downtown, small accounting firms seeking proximity to wealthy clients, and investors who need office space outside their homes." Which explains the Sonic. (A tangent: Worst. Burger. Ever. But, as always, great limeade.) Marsha Lindsey, owner of Lucky Dog Barkery, is hoping for customers named Barney and Miss Beazley. "I'd be thrilled if we could feed their Scotties," she says, which, far as I know, is not a euphemism.
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And speaking of Bloomberg News, former Dallas Morning News theater critic Jeremy Gerard has posted a comment for those who commented on his earlier comment concerning Dallas being both "silly" and "self-confident." That makes sense, right?