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Is there a war against fast food in arlington?
  • Sunshine February 7, 2014 - 2:39 pm #98829 Reply

    Cadaver animals? Sure, I guess that is possible. They would have been a lot cheaper. I do remember that they kept the burgers in a tray of hot water to keep them warm. Ugh. I also remember the awful carrot, mayonnaise and raisin salad. I mostly brought my lunch to school. I sure hope kids today get better meals than I was offered.

    ahum February 7, 2014 - 2:49 pm #98830 Reply

    we had no such salad. However I recall vivid the french “fries” which were basically boiled. THere’s no way those were fried. So they must have been healthier.

    porkchop_milkshake February 9, 2014 - 3:06 pm #98886 Reply

    Wait. You don’t eat fast food. And there are many fast food restaurants in Arlington, including at least one of each of the three chains you decided, after many posts, to restrict your consideration to.

    Yet you consider it worth bothering to post asking whether there is a war against fast food in Arlington?

    Because if some people want the option to eat at them, they should without having to leave their own county. I don’t like tomatoes but I wouldn’t want a tomatocentric restaurant to close merely because I don’t go to it.

    It seems “Is there a war against tomatocentric restaurants in Arlington?” would be a more worthwhile thread to start than this one, being that there are many inexpensive quick service restaurants in Arlington and no tomatocentric restaurants in Arlington.

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