Aug 28, 2013 ToledoTalk.com thread.
My only thought:
It might be fast, but it ain't food.
If the strikes disrupt business, the U.S. obesity rate might slow a little.
It's an odd time to strike when everywhere in the U.S. now has local produce in season.
If business is disrupted, maybe regular customers will do something novel like buy local produce from a farmers market and cook meals at home. Real food.
Didn't post that comment at TT
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