If Knoxville is too big then so is Omaha, only more so. Yes, I suspect it is. Maybe Omaha gets special treatment. It would be interesting to see what is the population of the various Berkshire papers. I am encouraged that I have never heard of some of the places listed on p.108. For instance, what state are the following places (cities?) located in?HickoryKearneyDothanOpalicaDanvilleCulpeperI haven't done the whole list (I'm trying to preserve the illusion of having a life), but those ones (admittedly the harder sounding ones, i.e. smaller) have populations of 40,000, 31,000, 66,000, 26,000, 43,000, and 17,000, respectively. So far, I am encouraged.Regards, DTM
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