cadunham at gmail.com
Tue Jan 15 06:41:07 PST 2008
Yes, I was just agreeing with JP that many here would be surprised because
they believe the aforementioned numbers are quite large enough to be
I suppose it IS a matter of perspective, though. :)
On Jan 14, 2008 11:29 PM, Jay Rudin <rudin at ev1.net> wrote:
> D'Alder wrote:
> > Let's not jump on Master Robin too much after all he did speak well of
> > the NORTH!
> Oh, that's all right, D'Alder. I can cope.
> Xavier responded to JP:
> JP> LOL. Robin I wonder if the residents of Tulsa and OKC are going to
> JP> be surprised to learn that they don't live in a major metropolitan
> X> Exactly. I guess 520000 people and the third largest city in the US
> X> isn't major enough (and that's just OKC. Not the surrounding cities.)
> A. Land area is not at issue. Moving the signs further down the highway
> doesn't particularly support the SCA.
> B. Exactly my point. In each of the Central, Coastal and Southern
> the most populous* city is at least 1,000,000 and the top two cities total
> over 1.7 million.
> Though far less populous*, Nordsteorra has the largest populace*. Yes, I
> still believe that this is a great accomplishment, worthy of high praise,
> and you cannot talk me out of it.
> Robin of Gilwell / Jay Rudin
> *These are actually the correct usages, by the way. "Populous" is an
> adjective, meaning "having lots of people". "Populace" is a noun, meaning
> the people themselves.
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