millerman13 - 2009-05-13 I'm so proud of my city. We don't have the highest density of fast food restaurants in the country for no reason!
splatterbabble - 2009-05-13 I grew up in Lexington too. This isn't surprising. Haven't they heard of a Hot Brown?
millerman13 - 2009-05-13 That's a genuine tasty Kentucky delicacy. Not like this nasty pasta in some bread-product shit.
dead_cat - 2009-05-14 Try the new Domino's Hot Shit today!
chumbucket - 2009-05-13 of course Kentucky, where new fast food items becomes a news story
Cube - 2009-05-13 To the rest of the world it's the whole USA, not just Kentucky.
chumbucket - 2009-05-13 oh yeah and as I recall, isn't this the state where every other SuperAmerica on the highway has a KFC?
Enjoy - 2009-05-13 I remember visiting a company in Toyota and marveling at the *three* hotdog fast food places at one intersection. I mentioned to my host that we didn't have hotdog stores where I was from. He then spent the next twenty minutes describing, in detail, the merits of each hotdog place.
Valvados - 2009-05-13 That would probably be Georgetown. What do you expect from a town whose only other claim to fame is that the Cincinnati Bengals train there?
dead_cat - 2009-05-14 Just think, a bunch of people took out a ton of student loans and spent several years getting a degree in journalism, just so they could bring you this story! AND they managed not to burst into tears while pretending to be interested in what the Dominos guy had to say about his new, even more disgusting entrees.
Aelric - 2009-05-14 Dominos made a sizable contribution to the station.
manfred - 2009-05-13 A sure bet for this year's Alfred I. duPont-Columbia University award