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    The Map Of America Visualized By McDonald’s Locations

    The Map Of America Visualized By McDonald’s Locations

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    #2
    Wow, that is sort of frightening. It looks like there is no place in the US they haven't set up shop selling cholesterol bursting burgers and fries.

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      #3
      Pretty easy to locate major cities and freeways.

      GJ

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        #4
        I read an interesting article about income, obesity and fast food. It is counter intuitive to what most people (including me) believe.

        As income rises, so does fast-food consumption, study finds

        The conventional wisdom goes something like this: Obesity rates are skyrocketing among the poorest Americans, therefore fast-food restaurants must be to blame.

        But a new study by a professor at UC Davis' medical school has found that it's Americans with salaries at the higher end of the spectrum -- in some cases as high as $80,000 to $90,000 -- who are driving fast-food consumption at the likes of McDonald's and Burger King.

        "There's a strong correlation been income and obesity," professor Paul Leigh told The Times. "And so people say, 'Oh, well, it's the fast-food restaurants that are causing obesity among the poor.' But that's not true. To focus on fast-food restaurants as the sole cause of obesity is incorrect."

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          #5
          When I was making that kind of money, I ate at all the fast food joints. I didn't have time for anything else. It makes sense, at least for single peeps.
          Originally posted by t8burst View Post
          I read an interesting article about income, obesity and fast food. It is counter intuitive to what most people (including me) believe.

          As income rises, so does fast-food consumption, study finds

          The conventional wisdom goes something like this: Obesity rates are skyrocketing among the poorest Americans, therefore fast-food restaurants must be to blame.

          But a new study by a professor at UC Davis' medical school has found that it's Americans with salaries at the higher end of the spectrum -- in some cases as high as $80,000 to $90,000 -- who are driving fast-food consumption at the likes of McDonald's and Burger King.

          "There's a strong correlation been income and obesity," professor Paul Leigh told The Times. "And so people say, 'Oh, well, it's the fast-food restaurants that are causing obesity among the poor.' But that's not true. To focus on fast-food restaurants as the sole cause of obesity is incorrect."

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            #6
            BTW is it just me or dues the mountain region look like a large intestine?

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              #7
              Kinda looks like intestines. Idaho/MT kind of looks like a llama face and neck.
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                #8
                Global map would be cool, I bet the're still trying to figure out Antartica, for the next invasion, the're not far from the North Pole as I know in Canada and Scandanavia. They will probably shoot for the moon after the polar domination. Just think, getting greeted by the hamburgaler and Ronald upon landing.

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                  #9
                  I think I see the virgin Mary!

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                    #10
                    haha I'm sure she's in there Linda.
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                      #11
                      And...McDonald's in the UK...

                      GJ

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                        #12
                        Something like this, I don't think Roger ment McD's though, but he might have.http://m.youtube.com/index?desktop_u...?v=eCKaTkxDSWs

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                          #13
                          I heard that fast food isn't good for SCI's because the fat and chemicals in it give us the runs.

                          My hometown of about 125,000 people has just two McDonald's. one Burger King, one KFC, two Cosi's, six Starbucks, about 10 Dunkin' Donuts, one Sbarro Pizza, one PF Chang, one Capital Grille and two Dominos pizza.

                          The locals prefer independent restaurants.

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                            Originally posted by t8burst View Post
                            I read an interesting article about income, obesity and fast food. It is counter intuitive to what most people (including me) believe.

                            As income rises, so does fast-food consumption, study finds

                            The conventional wisdom goes something like this: Obesity rates are skyrocketing among the poorest Americans, therefore fast-food restaurants must be to blame.

                            But a new study by a professor at UC Davis' medical school has found that it's Americans with salaries at the higher end of the spectrum -- in some cases as high as $80,000 to $90,000 -- who are driving fast-food consumption at the likes of McDonald's and Burger King.

                            "There's a strong correlation been income and obesity," professor Paul Leigh told The Times. "And so people say, 'Oh, well, it's the fast-food restaurants that are causing obesity among the poor.' But that's not true. To focus on fast-food restaurants as the sole cause of obesity is incorrect."

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                            When I was working full time (good salary) and going to school at night too most of my meals involved drive-thru windows because I lacked any time for serious meal preparation.

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                              #15
                              We're fat. Well my region isn't too bad. Look at the southern and eastern states though. Lit up like a Christmas tree or Fourth of July!
                              Aerodynamically, the bumble bee shouldn't be able to fly, but the bumble bee doesn't know that, so it goes on flying anyways--Mary Kay Ash

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