kab: He should do the same math with McDonalds now, I'd bet it's half that.
RickyWilliams'sBong: There's a Subway on every street corner here, it seems, and nobody's ever in any of them. They're the Radio Shack of fast food chains.
frostus: There's a Starbucks a few miles from me that I ignore every day as I drive past. I'll stick with Dunkin' Donuts coffee or my GMCR k-cups, thanks.
DrGunsforHands: frostus: There's a Starbucks a few miles from me that I ignore every day as I drive past. I'll stick with Dunkin' Donuts coffee or my GMCR k-cups, thanks.I'm closer to a Tim Horton's than to a Dunkin Donuts. The Tim Horton's was just built though,
brantgoose: Unless Google Maps can't be trusted, the Northern-most Starbucks in Canada is in Whitehorse, Yukon, and thus just North of the Alaska panhandle.
matthew_tray: I can only imagine what Lewis Black thinks of this.
Lawnchair: The only thing that keeps most of southwestern Kansas from being over 100 miles from a Starbucks is one kiosk in a Target in Garden City. Same for many other rural areas. I'm of the opinion that a Target/grocery counter that barely has any Starbucks equipment might be stretching the case a bit.
Chevello: It's pretty bad when you can see a store from the front door of another store of the same chain.Hey! Maybe they should consolidate locations and then we can have SuperStarbucks!/coffee is a nasty drink anyways
Chevello: coffee is a nasty drink anyways
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