We don't talk about mapping french fries very often here at maven mapper's information -- the dark.
There's a good reason for that, it's a stupid idea. But that's exactly what someone did when I created fastfoodmaps.com.
They created something that maps out fast food restaurants especially in metro areas all around the country. There's probably a socially conscious reason for doing this so that we can all feel guilty about the plethora an overabundance of fast food restaurants.
However even a person that thinks that french fries are good for them probably doesn't need a map to tell them that there's a lot of fast food restaurants in the United States. Furthermore we don't really need a map to find a fast food restaurant. You only need to travel a couple miles in any direction and you are bound to find one eventually.
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