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Food For Thought 4.21.09

"I think, very posssibly, when they start opening up, I hope I can go back to my '84 numbers." (William Hensley, owner of Arlington's Fish Bone Grill, speculating on the effect of his new neighbor, the Cowboys' stadium. In 1984 he raked in $80,000 a month. Over the past few years that number has slumped to $50,000--and he was forced to take out a loan to remain open. Wonder if that means 10 football games equal 81 baseball games? As quoted in one of Karen Robinson-Jacobs' always interesting Dallas Morning News articles.)

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