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DaKCMan AP
09-04-2009, 10:46 AM
100 Fast Food-Addicted Cities Ranked (http://www.digitalcity.com/2009/09/03/100-fast-food-addicted-cities-ranked/)

<table align="left" border="0" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="2" width="340" height="100%"> <tbody> <tr nodeindex="1"> <th scope="col" halign="left" align="left" width="24%">The City
</th> <th scope="col" halign="left" align="left" width="24%">Their Grade
</th></tr> <tr class="even" nodeindex="2"> <td valign="top"> 1. Arlington, Tex. (http://www.digitalcity.com/2009/09/03/fast-food-addicted-cities-arlington-texas/)</td> <td valign="top">F</td></tr> <tr nodeindex="3"> <td valign="top">2. Anchorage, Alaska (http://www.digitalcity.com/2009/09/03/fast-food-addicted-cities-anchorage-alaska/)</td> <td valign="top">F</td></tr> <tr class="even" nodeindex="4"> <td valign="top">3. Charlotte, N. C. (http://www.digitalcity.com/2009/09/03/fast-food-addicted-cities-charlotte-north-carolina/)</td> <td valign="top">F</td></tr> <tr nodeindex="5"> <td valign="top">4. Sioux Falls, S. D. (http://www.digitalcity.com/2009/09/03/fast-food-addicted-cities-sioux-falls-south-dakota/)</td> <td valign="top">F</td></tr> <tr class="even" nodeindex="6"> <td valign="top">5. Raleigh, N. C. (http://www.digitalcity.com/2009/09/03/fast-food-addicted-cities-raleigh-north-carolina/)</td> <td valign="top">F</td></tr> <tr nodeindex="7"> <td valign="top">6. Indianapolis, Ind.</td> <td valign="top">F</td></tr> <tr class="even" nodeindex="8"> <td valign="top">7. Fremont, Calif.</td> <td valign="top">F</td></tr> <tr nodeindex="9"> <td valign="top">8. Jacksonville, Fla.</td> <td valign="top">F</td></tr> <tr class="even" nodeindex="10"> <td valign="top">9. Lexington, Ky.</td> <td valign="top">F</td></tr> <tr nodeindex="11"> <td valign="top">10. Wichita, Kan.</td> <td valign="top">F</td></tr> <tr class="even" nodeindex="12"> <td valign="top">11. Aurora, Colo.</td> <td valign="top">F</td></tr> <tr nodeindex="13"> <td valign="top">12. Boise, Idaho</td> <td valign="top">F</td></tr> <tr class="even" nodeindex="14"> <td valign="top">13.Colorado Springs, Colo.</td> <td valign="top">F</td></tr> <tr nodeindex="15"> <td valign="top">14.Bakersfield, Calif.</td> <td valign="top">F</td></tr> <tr class="even" nodeindex="16"> <td valign="top">15. San Jose, Calif.</td> <td valign="top">D -</td></tr> <tr nodeindex="17"> <td valign="top">16. San Antonio, Tex.</td> <td valign="top">D -</td></tr> <tr class="even" nodeindex="18"> <td valign="top">17. Fort Worth, Tex.</td> <td valign="top">D -</td></tr> <tr nodeindex="19"> <td valign="top">18. Phoenix, Ariz.</td> <td valign="top">D -</td></tr> <tr class="even" nodeindex="20"> <td valign="top">19. Columbus, Ohio</td> <td valign="top">D -</td></tr> <tr nodeindex="21"> <td valign="top">20. Durham, N. C.</td> <td valign="top">D -</td></tr> <tr class="even" nodeindex="22"> <td valign="top">21. Anaheim, Calif.</td> <td valign="top">D -</td></tr> <tr nodeindex="23"> <td valign="top">22. Houston, Tex.</td> <td valign="top">D -</td></tr> <tr class="even" nodeindex="24"> <td valign="top">23. Greensboro, N. C.</td> <td valign="top">D</td></tr> <tr nodeindex="25"> <td valign="top">24. Montgomery, Ala.</td> <td valign="top">D</td></tr> <tr class="even" nodeindex="26"> <td valign="top">25. Lincoln, Neb.</td> <td valign="top">D</td></tr> <tr nodeindex="27"> <td valign="top">26. Kansas City, Mo.</td> <td valign="top">D</td></tr> <tr class="even" nodeindex="28"> <td valign="top">27. Riverside, Calif.</td> <td valign="top">D</td></tr> <tr nodeindex="29"> <td valign="top">28. Las Vegas, Nev.</td> <td valign="top">D</td></tr> <tr class="even" nodeindex="30"> <td valign="top">29. Nashville, Tenn.</td> <td valign="top">D</td></tr> <tr nodeindex="31"> <td valign="top">30. Corpus Christi, Tex.</td> <td valign="top">D</td></tr> <tr class="even" nodeindex="32"> <td valign="top">31. Fort Wayne, Ind.</td> <td valign="top">D +</td></tr> <tr nodeindex="33"> <td valign="top">32. Omaha, Neb.</td> <td valign="top">D +</td></tr> <tr class="even" nodeindex="34"> <td valign="top">33. Des Moines, Iowa</td> <td valign="top">D +</td></tr> <tr nodeindex="35"> <td valign="top">34. Oklahoma City, Okla.</td> <td valign="top">D +</td></tr> <tr class="even" nodeindex="36"> <td valign="top">35. Modesto, Calif.
</td> <td valign="top">D +</td></tr> <tr nodeindex="37"> <td valign="top">36. St. Paul, Minn.</td> <td valign="top">D +</td></tr> <tr class="even" nodeindex="38"> <td valign="top">37. Dallas, Tex.</td> <td valign="top">D +</td></tr> <tr nodeindex="39"> <td valign="top">38. Grand Rapids, Mich.</td> <td valign="top">D +</td></tr> <tr class="even" nodeindex="40"> <td valign="top">39. El Paso, Tex.</td> <td valign="top">D +</td></tr> <tr nodeindex="41"> <td valign="top">40. San Diego, Calif.</td> <td valign="top">D +</td></tr> <tr class="even" nodeindex="42"> <td valign="top">41. Fargo, N. D. </td> <td valign="top">D +</td></tr> <tr nodeindex="43"> <td valign="top">42. Little Rock, Ark.</td> <td valign="top">C -</td></tr> <tr class="even" nodeindex="44"> <td valign="top">43. Madison, Wis.</td> <td valign="top">C -</td></tr> <tr nodeindex="45"> <td valign="top">44. Jackson, Miss.</td> <td valign="top">C -</td></tr> <tr class="even" nodeindex="46"> <td valign="top">45. Fresno, Calif.</td> <td valign="top">C -</td></tr> <tr nodeindex="47"> <td valign="top">46. Manchester, N. H.</td> <td valign="top">C -</td></tr> <tr class="even" nodeindex="48"> <td valign="top">47. Albuquerque, N. M.</td> <td valign="top">C -</td></tr> <tr nodeindex="49"> <td valign="top">48. Jersey City, N. J.</td> <td valign="top">C -</td></tr> <tr class="even" nodeindex="50"> <td valign="top">49. Chicago, Ill.</td> <td valign="top">C -</td></tr> <tr nodeindex="51"> <td valign="top">50. Austin, Tex.</td> <td valign="top">C -</td></tr> <tr class="even" nodeindex="52"> <td valign="top">51. Memphis, Tenn.</td> <td valign="top">C</td></tr> <tr nodeindex="53"> <td valign="top">52. Billings, Mont.</td> <td valign="top">C</td></tr> <tr class="even" nodeindex="54"> <td valign="top">53. Tulsa, Okla.</td> <td valign="top">C</td></tr> <tr nodeindex="55"> <td valign="top">54. Cheyenne, Wyo.</td> <td valign="top">C</td></tr> <tr class="even" nodeindex="56"> <td valign="top">55. Toledo, Ohio</td> <td valign="top">C</td></tr> <tr nodeindex="57"> <td valign="top">56. Los Angeles, Calif.</td> <td valign="top">C</td></tr> <tr class="even" nodeindex="58"> <td valign="top">57. Lubbock, Tex.</td> <td valign="top">C</td></tr> <tr nodeindex="59"> <td valign="top">58. Salt Lake City, Utah</td> <td valign="top">C</td></tr> <tr class="even" nodeindex="60"> <td valign="top">59. Sacramento, Calif.</td> <td valign="top">C</td></tr> <tr nodeindex="61"> <td valign="top">60. Portland, Ore.</td> <td valign="top">C</td></tr> <tr class="even" nodeindex="62"> <td valign="top">61. Detroit, Mich.</td> <td valign="top">C +</td></tr> <tr nodeindex="63"> <td valign="top">62. Minneapolis, Minn.</td> <td valign="top">C +</td></tr> <tr class="even" nodeindex="64"> <td valign="top">63. Seattle, Wash.</td> <td valign="top">C +</td></tr> <tr nodeindex="65"> <td valign="top">64. Oakland, Calif.</td> <td valign="top">C +</td></tr> <tr class="even" nodeindex="66"> <td valign="top">65. Denver, Colo.</td> <td valign="top">B -</td></tr> <tr nodeindex="67"> <td valign="top">66. Columbia, S. C.</td> <td valign="top">B -</td></tr> <tr class="even" nodeindex="68"> <td valign="top">67. Milwaukee, Wis.</td> <td valign="top">B -</td></tr> <tr nodeindex="69"> <td valign="top">68. Boston, Mass.</td> <td valign="top">B -</td></tr> <tr class="even" nodeindex="70"> <td valign="top">69. Honolulu, Hawaii</td> <td valign="top">B -</td></tr> <tr nodeindex="71"> <td valign="top">70. Norfolk, Va.</td> <td valign="top">B -</td></tr> <tr class="even" nodeindex="72"> <td valign="top">71. Charleston, W. Va.</td> <td valign="top">B -</td></tr> <tr nodeindex="73"> <td valign="top">72. Baton Rouge, La.</td> <td valign="top">B -</td></tr> <tr class="even" nodeindex="74"> <td valign="top">73. Yonkers, N. Y.</td> <td valign="top">B -</td></tr> <tr nodeindex="75"> <td valign="top">74. San Francisco, Calif.</td> <td valign="top">B -</td></tr> <tr class="even" nodeindex="76"> <td valign="top">75. Birmingham, Ala.</td> <td valign="top">B -</td></tr> <tr nodeindex="77"> <td valign="top">76. Atlanta, Ga.</td> <td valign="top">B -</td></tr> <tr class="even" nodeindex="78"> <td valign="top">77. New York, N. Y.</td> <td valign="top">B -</td></tr> <tr nodeindex="79"> <td valign="top">78. Wilmington, Del.</td> <td valign="top">B -</td></tr> <tr class="even" nodeindex="80"> <td valign="top">79. Spokane, Wash.</td> <td valign="top">B</td></tr> <tr nodeindex="81"> <td valign="top">80. Orlando, Fla.</td> <td valign="top">B</td></tr> <tr class="even" nodeindex="82"> <td valign="top">81. Burlington, Vt.</td> <td valign="top">B</td></tr> <tr nodeindex="83"> <td valign="top">82. St. Petersburg, Fla.</td> <td valign="top">B</td></tr> <tr class="even" nodeindex="84"> <td valign="top">83. Philadelphia, Pa.</td> <td valign="top">B +</td></tr> <tr nodeindex="85"> <td valign="top">84. Tampa, Fla.</td> <td valign="top">B +</td></tr> <tr class="even" nodeindex="86"> <td valign="top">85. Baltimore, Md.</td> <td valign="top">B +</td></tr> <tr nodeindex="87"> <td valign="top">86. Newark, N. J.</td> <td valign="top">B +</td></tr> <tr class="even" nodeindex="88"> <td valign="top">87. St. Louis, Mo.</td> <td valign="top">B +</td></tr> <tr nodeindex="89"> <td valign="top">88. Cincinnati, Ohio</td> <td valign="top">B +</td></tr> <tr class="even" nodeindex="90"> <td valign="top">89. Washington, D. C.</td> <td valign="top">B +</td></tr> <tr nodeindex="91"> <td valign="top">90. Tucson, Ariz.</td> <td valign="top">B +</td></tr> <tr class="even" nodeindex="92"> <td valign="top">91. Cleveland, Ohio</td> <td valign="top">B +</td></tr> <tr nodeindex="93"> <td valign="top">92. Louisville, Ky.</td> <td valign="top">B +</td></tr> <tr class="even" nodeindex="94"> <td valign="top">93. Bangor, Maine</td> <td valign="top">A -</td></tr> <tr nodeindex="95"> <td valign="top">94. Richmond, Va.</td> <td valign="top">A -</td></tr> <tr class="even" nodeindex="96"> <td valign="top">95. Providence, R. I.</td> <td valign="top">A -</td></tr> <tr nodeindex="97"> <td valign="top">96. Rochester, N. Y.</td> <td valign="top">A -</td></tr> <tr class="even" nodeindex="98"> <td valign="top">97. Miami, Fla.</td> <td valign="top">A</td></tr> <tr nodeindex="99"> <td valign="top">98. Pittsburgh, Pa.</td> <td valign="top">A</td></tr> <tr class="even" nodeindex="100"> <td valign="top">99. Hartford, Conn.</td> <td valign="top">A</td></tr> <tr nodeindex="101"> <td valign="top">100. Buffalo, N. Y.</td> <td valign="top">A +</td></tr></tbody></table>

Mr. Flopnuts
09-04-2009, 10:47 AM
I read that yesterday and was surprised to see Seattle so far up that list.

Inspector
09-04-2009, 10:47 AM
I'm hungry.

BigRichard
09-04-2009, 10:49 AM
Time for a Big Mac and Fries :D

OnTheWarpath58
09-04-2009, 10:49 AM
I read that yesterday and was surprised to see Seattle so far up that list.

Beth's Cafe and the 12 egg omelet doesn't count as fast food.

Pestilence
09-04-2009, 10:52 AM
4. Sioux Falls, S. D.

That's hilarious.

74. San Francisco, Calif.

Fucking hippies.

Stewie
09-04-2009, 11:01 AM
Buffalo N.Y. - A+?

Only because none of the restaurants they used in their study serve Beef on Weck or Buffalo wings.

blaise
09-04-2009, 11:02 AM
There's no need for it in Buffalo. You can drink and eat wings all day for practically nothing.

DaKCMan AP
09-04-2009, 11:03 AM
100 Fast Food-Addicted Cities Ranked (http://www.digitalcity.com/2009/09/03/100-fast-food-addicted-cities-ranked/)

<table align="left" border="0" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="2" width="340" height="100%"> <tbody> <tr nodeindex="1"> <th scope="col" halign="left" align="left" width="24%">The City
</th> <th scope="col" halign="left" align="left" width="24%">Their Grade
</th></tr> <tr nodeindex="81"> <td valign="top">80. Orlando, Fla.</td> <td valign="top">B</td></tr> <tr nodeindex="83"> <td valign="top">82. St. Petersburg, Fla.</td> <td valign="top">B</td></tr> <tr nodeindex="85"> <td valign="top">84. Tampa, Fla.</td> <td valign="top">B +</td></tr> <tr class="even" nodeindex="98"> <td valign="top">97. Miami, Fla.</td> <td valign="top">A</td></tr> </tbody></table> The majority of my time is spent in these metros. Not bad. :thumb:

ChiefsOne
09-04-2009, 11:14 AM
Where is Springfield at? We have more fast food and restaurants than people!

Mr. Flopnuts
09-04-2009, 11:15 AM
Beth's Cafe and the 12 egg omelet doesn't count as fast food.

It does when you put it on top of 2 Dick's Deluxe.

L.A. Chieffan
09-04-2009, 11:15 AM
i dont think they counted in n out as fast food otherwise LA would be much higher

Stewie
09-04-2009, 11:17 AM
i dont think they counted in n out as fast food otherwise LA would be much higher

Yeah, the limited scope of the study makes its results useless.

OnTheWarpath58
09-04-2009, 11:21 AM
It does when you put it on top of 2 Dick's Deluxe.

Have you ever seen, or know anyone who has finished the Southwestern Exposure?

I can't imagine something else being part of it.

Demonpenz
09-04-2009, 11:22 AM
is subway fast food? They are slow as shit getting my cold cut trio together

Frazod
09-04-2009, 11:23 AM
Did another fat person scare you, sweetie?

It's OKKAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAYYYYYYYY.

sd4chiefs
09-04-2009, 11:36 AM
40. San Diego, Calif. D +

It's time for a Double Double at In-N-Out.

cdcox
09-04-2009, 11:39 AM
The only reason Pittsburgh made #97 is because fast food restaurants don't have enough saturated fat to compete against the local joints for the refined palette of the typical Pittsburghian.

blaise
09-04-2009, 11:50 AM
The only reason Pittsburgh made #97 is because fast food restaurants don't have enough saturated fat to compete against the local joints for the refined palette of the typical Pittsburghian.

I know, Rochester NY, too. Maybe they're not eating fast food as much but they're eating pizza, mozzarella sticks, fried mushrooms, fried zucchini, wings, and hot dogs.

DaKCMan AP
09-04-2009, 11:56 AM
Did another fat person scare you, sweetie?

It's OKKAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAYYYYYYYY.

I'm not scared of you or them. If any emotion, probably sad.

PunkinDrublic
09-04-2009, 11:57 AM
Arlington, Tx eh. No wonder I've been able to pull so much strange from that town. Cheap dates.

Simply Red
09-04-2009, 12:04 PM
i dont think they counted in n out as fast food otherwise LA would be much higher

color me not impressed, I mean, even as a novelty, just very very mediocre burgers. I'll take HiBoy in KC over in/out. I went to the one where Hwood/Bev Hills coincide.

Bugeater
09-04-2009, 12:11 PM
Meh, what a bunch of horse-hockey, it appears they based it only on # of BKs, McDs, Taco Bells and Wendy's per capita.

PunkinDrublic
09-04-2009, 12:14 PM
color me not impressed, I mean, even as a novelty, just very very mediocre burgers. I'll take HiBoy in KC over in/out. I went to the one where Hwood/Bev Hills coincide.

I'd take in/out over our crappy ass whataburgers in TX any day.

blaise
09-04-2009, 12:27 PM
I'd take in/out over our crappy ass whataburgers in TX any day.

Yeah but at least you can get kolaches for breakfast in Texas.

Frazod
09-04-2009, 12:29 PM
I'm not scared of you or them. If any emotion, probably sad.

Yes, too bad we can't all be dainty little metrosexuals wandering from mirror to mirror admiring how pretty we are.

PunkinDrublic
09-04-2009, 12:44 PM
Yeah but at least you can get kolaches for breakfast in Texas.

Funny you mention kolaches, there's this town between here and Waco that has this truckstop with a bakery known for their Kolaches. They were calling them chubbies. So the big sign visible from the highway read come in and try our hot chubbies.

Count Zarth
09-04-2009, 12:45 PM
Perhaps it was no coincidence I ballooned to my fattest in Arlington!

Inspector
09-04-2009, 12:48 PM
Yes, too bad we can't all be dainty little metrosexuals wandering from mirror to mirror admiring how pretty we are.

I tried that once.

I didn't realize how expensive it was to replace a bunch of broken mirrors.

Inspector
09-04-2009, 12:49 PM
I consider prunes to be fast food.

Try a few. You'll see.:evil:

Simply Red
09-04-2009, 12:49 PM
I'd take in/out over our crappy ass whataburgers in TX any day.

I'd take a whataburger over In/Out. I love whataburgers, i've spoke on here of them, many O time.

DaKCMan AP
09-04-2009, 12:55 PM
Yes, too bad we can't all be dainty little metrosexuals wandering from mirror to mirror admiring how pretty we are.

You don't have to be dainty or metrosexual to eat healthy, excercise and take care of yourself. You also don't have to be a fat idiot to be a slob and have poor health.

I do find it humorous how you equate obese-ness and disregard for health as 'manly'.

DaKCMan AP
09-04-2009, 12:56 PM
it appears they based it only on # of BKs, McDs, Taco Bells and Wendy's per capita.

We started our search for America's fast-food addicts (http://eatthis.menshealth.com/menu_pairsList.php?type=fastfood) by tallying the number of McDonald's, Burger Kings, Wendy's, and Taco Bells per capita. Next, we factored in the percentage of people who visit fast-food restaurants (Experian Simmons) and those who consume fast food seven or more times a month (SimplyMap). Finally, we went to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for the number of people who are obese, and to see who's eating the fewest fruits and vegetables.
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Inspector
09-04-2009, 01:06 PM
color me not impressed, I mean, even as a novelty, just very very mediocre burgers. I'll take HiBoy in KC over in/out. I went to the one where Hwood/Bev Hills coincide.

We stopped and got HiBoy onion rings last Saturday.

Mmmmm good. And, good for you too!:thumb:

Pitt Gorilla
09-04-2009, 01:08 PM
To be fair, what else is there to do in Wichita?

salame
09-04-2009, 01:08 PM
st louis is way higher than kc wtf?

Inspector
09-04-2009, 01:08 PM
We stopped and got HiBoy onion rings last Saturday.

Mmmmm good. And, good for you too!:thumb:

And then we ate nothing but fruits and vegatables the rest of the day.

(That's for DaKCMan's approval.)

Frazod
09-04-2009, 01:20 PM
You don't have to be dainty or metrosexual to eat healthy, excercise and take care of yourself. You also don't have to be a fat idiot to be a slob and have poor health.

I do find it humorous how you equate obese-ness and disregard for health as 'manly'.

You miss the point. I guess it got lost in the giant glow of your magnificence.

I find it humorous how obsessed you seem to be with obesity, as well as your new found tendancy of posting articles on the subject, which seems to make you the Shitsprayer of dissing fat people.

I also find it humorous how you always feel the need to remind all the rest of us poor slobs how wonderful you are, how pretty, how fit, how great your college teams are, etc. And that's all well and good, but it's kind of tragic, really, that if only you had a little bit bigger dick, perhaps you'd be quietly content in your awesomeness, and you wouldn't feel the need endlessly reinforce your ego with a bunch of strangers on the internet.

Oh well, nobody's perfect.

BTW, my wife wanted me to ask you what brand of eye liner you use. She thinks it's lovely.

Bugeater
09-04-2009, 01:25 PM
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Yeah, whatever the hell the rest of that means. Eating fast food more than 7 times a month doesn't mean you're a unhealthy slob.

Also, if you look at a map, you'll notice pretty much every major city along Interstate 80 (which runs from NY to SF and is one of the most highly traveled interstates) is on the upper half of this list. Why do you suppose that is? Could it be that people that are traveling eat a lot of fast food? Nearly every exit here in Omaha has a McDs or BK right off of it.

DaKCMan AP
09-04-2009, 01:43 PM
You miss the point. I guess it got lost in the giant glow of your magnificence.

I find it humorous how obsessed you seem to be with obesity, as well as your new found tendancy of posting articles on the subject, which seems to make you the Shitsprayer of dissing fat people.

I also find it humorous how you always feel the need to remind all the rest of us poor slobs how wonderful you are, how pretty, how fit, how great your college teams are, etc. And that's all well and good, but it's kind of tragic, really, that if only you had a little bit bigger dick, perhaps you'd be quietly content in your awesomeness, and you wouldn't feel the need endlessly reinforce your ego with a bunch of strangers on the internet.

Oh well, nobody's perfect.

BTW, my wife wanted me to ask you what brand of eye liner you use. She thinks it's lovely.

I consider Awesome to be a proper noun, so when you're discussing my Awesomeness please signify its magnificence with capitalization. :)

DaKCMan AP
09-04-2009, 01:46 PM
Yeah, whatever the hell the rest of that means. Eating fast food more than 7 times a month doesn't mean you're a unhealthy slob.

Also, if you look at a map, you'll notice pretty much every major city along Interstate 80 (which runs from NY to SF and is one of the most highly traveled interstates) is on the upper half of this list. Why do you suppose that is? Could it be that people that are traveling eat a lot of fast food? Nearly every exit here in Omaha has a McDs or BK right off of it.

No, eating fast food 7 times a month doesn't mean you're an unhealthy slob. This article doesn't mention obesity, BMI or any of that stuff. It merely presents a study that was performed to find the most fast food addicted cities. I would presume that more regular fast food consumption increases the likelihood of being obese, but this particular study does not address that.

Archie F. Swin
09-04-2009, 01:53 PM
I'm suspicious of the list based solely on the fact that New Orleans is not on there.

Popeye fo' the Ballers
Ghetto's eatin' Churches

ya herd?!

sedated
09-04-2009, 02:00 PM
I would presume that more regular fast food consumption increases the likelihood of being obese, but this particular study does not address that.

I bet there is an income level associated with it. People with money go to nicer place to calorie binge.

And kids as well. I would think few people frequent McD’s more than soccer moms.

BWillie
09-04-2009, 02:01 PM
Surprised about Sioux Falls. Sioux Falls is as nice of a city as you will find in the Midwest/Upper-Midwest. But that is if you take the connotation that eating fast food is a bad thing. There are plenty of healthy fast food options out there if you choose. Even McDonalds you can eat very healthy if you chose the right food.

Terribilis
09-04-2009, 02:01 PM
3. Charlotte, N. C. (http://www.digitalcity.com/2009/09/03/fast-food-addicted-cities-charlotte-north-carolina/) F
5. Raleigh, N. C. (http://www.digitalcity.com/2009/09/03/fast-food-addicted-cities-raleigh-north-carolina/) F
20. Durham, N. C. D -
23. Greensboro, N. C. D

we own this list biatches

DaKCMan AP
09-04-2009, 02:02 PM
I bet there is an income level associated with it. People with money go to nicer place to shove massive calorie binges down their throat.

And kids as well. I would think few people frequent McD’s more than soccer moms.

Absolutely. It's also been shown that there's a correlation between poverty and obesity.

JuicesFlowing
09-04-2009, 03:37 PM
Wichita at #10 ... That's all this shit hole city is .... nothing but fast food restaurants and car dealerships.

reiko57
09-04-2009, 04:29 PM
yeah i contributed to that greatly.. i eat fast food every day, what can i say my girlfriend left and took her cooking with her

sedated
09-04-2009, 05:31 PM
Absolutely. It's also been shown that there's a correlation between poverty and obesity.

yup, cheaper food = more processing, less nutrition, less filling.

Skip Towne
09-04-2009, 05:41 PM
Ha ha. Witchita got an F.