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  1. Would there be any traffic engineering left to do?
  2. That state elects the biggest sh!itheads.
  3. And who gets the bill for that? We all do though higher interest rates paid on loans due to increased default risk!
  4. <blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">Donald Trump needs to start smoking weed immediately! A lot of weed!!</p>&mdash; Damon Zex (@damonzex) <a href="https://twitter.com/damonzex/status/957971139715850240?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw">January 29, 2018</a></blockquote> <script async src="https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js" charset="utf-8"></script> Hmmm, how do I embed tweets?
  5. I'd say both would be counted since they were just doing internet searches.
  6. I just realized that it doesn't even include Cincinnati chili parlors. Wow.
  7. I re-checked the methodology and locations without drive-thrus are included as well.
  8. Here is a per-capita list of the cities with the largest number of fast food joints. Cincinnati is #3, Cleveland is #6. Toledo is further down at #16 while Columbus lags way behind at #35 with fewer than half the number per capita than Cincinnati and about 55% of Cleveland's number. The 10 Best Cities in America for Fast Food Lovers So, where are all the fast food cities? They're mid-sized Midwest cities, tourist towns and Southern metros. Industrial cities with large blue-collar workforces and a rising millennial population. Whoppers, Big Macs and Baconators are meals for hard-working Americans and dual-income families. https://www.apartmentguide.com/blog/best-cities-for-fast-food-lovers/ To many, Columbus is seen as a fast food Mecca, but it's more like a fast food Honolulu (#34). I feel like Columbus' vast swaths of residential-only development may be affecting things. Think about how many parts of town are actually "under fast-fooded" such as Clintonville, Beechwold, Downtown, the NES, the South Side, UA, Victorian Village, the Hilltop and many more.
  9. That can't be right... "when you're crawling over a gigantic pile of rocks you're going to need the extra steering". Happens all the time!
  10. GCrites80s

    Peak Education

    Now I remember a girl online was messaging me about 15 years ago bragging about how she went to college with the twin boys that played her kids on Full House.
  11. ^GM: "No, we only sell Silverados. We can sell you those for that. Think about how many people you can fit in the bed with Best-In-Class-Payload!"
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