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2.7k points · 4 months agoGilded1 · edited 4 months ago

Looks like Breezeway. Or Breezewood. Or whatever that place is called. Pennsylvania.

Edit: Thanks, Giver of Gold, it is appreciated!

level 2

Breezewood PA is an infamous east coast choke point. I read an article recently that said hundreds of millions of dollars and man hours could be saved by building bypasses around Breezewood, but it remains the way it is for political reasons

level 3

"political reasons" Wasn't it that one of few families owned the place and made lots of contributions to make sure the bypass was never built.

level 4

There is a long standing rumor in my town that the only reason that there are two bridges instead of one four lane bridge crossing the Mississippi here is because of the political pull of one local realtor.

level 5

Are there tolls on the bridges? What the does the realtor benefit? local politics can be murky.

level 6

Traffic = commerce. People stop to buy food, gas, explore. Jobs for the community. Tax revenue

level 7

No tolls. He owned a lot of property where the old bridge comes into town.

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level 4

Ah yes. "Lobbying". Aka Legal Bribery. Aka the root of every single problem with the american legal system.

level 5
20 points · 4 months ago

Lobbying is done by what you would percieve as good groups too.

They just have less money so the succesful lobbying that is done, usually give that kind of results.

level 6

Its more like nobody agrees on who the 'good groups' are.

level 6

Planned Parenthood and the SEIU have tons of money, I don't know what you're talking about.

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level 6

100% agree as I know good and bad lobbyists from a host of different policy areas. Also, some reps are better than others at caving to lobbying interests as well....

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level 5

Hmm. I dont think you realize that if it weren't for lobbying, most politicians would be clueless about 90% of the issues our country faces. Like /u/Mr-Blah stated below, a lot of lobbying is done by the "good guys". Lobbying has a scary and dirty connotation, but our country literally wouldn't run without it. Think about it if for a second. We have 50 unique and diverse states with multi-billion dollar economies that include all different sorts of industries. How in the hell could the 535 elected members of Congress possibly have the knowledge to effectively legislate 300 million people?? Lobbying is natural. Industries realize that lawmakers need to be informed about the issues regarding their craft. Obviously their input will be biased, but the idea is that everybody has the chance to give their input so it balances out. Don't get me wrong, I believe our country has massive representation, equality and campaign finance problems, but to think that all lobbying is bad is just childish and misguided.

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level 4

It's part of the rumor. Likely Shuster...but Rendell is implicated as he wanted to rax i80. there is still a push to make i80 a toll road and get federal approval to let the PA Turnpike commission run it. Fed said no way.

level 3

Partly true on political. Part of the problem has to with geography as breezewood is smack is the crossroads of several east coast roads and they is Not a lot of ways around it. It's in the middle of the Appalachian Mnts in a valley ridge. Good luck finding space to do this short of blowing up mountains. Now I do know they are working on fixing some PA Turnpike stuff and with congressman Shuster retiring (house chairman of transpo and infra) it'll change influence and fix a few things...

level 4

they are working on fixing some PA Turnpike stuff

Friend, when the energy escapes from this universe and all existence suffers from heat death they will still be working on the fucking turnpike.

level 5
24 points · 4 months ago · edited 4 months ago

Lol! It's the corrupt PA Turnpike commission. Seriously. It's a rolling joke in PA state politics. It's not really jobs for most people...its for the bosses. And it's not a d or or r issue. It's just an issue. Don't mess with PA turnpike....

level 5

So true. It's a jobs program methinks.

level 6

Publicly yes. I reality no. The turnpike commission is huge and really should be folded under DOT. Nope. They keep doing massive projects to keep themselves relevant...and to take our money....

level 5

when i am feeling down about problems in my life, i think that about them like that. i usually stop at the sun expanding and swallowing up the charred cinder that was once the earth...but you see the bigger picture. enjoy a fleeting upvote, good and temporal entity!

level 6

Sounds like "Two Suns In The Sunset" by Pink Floyd.

level 5

Penndot will get all the rest of the roads unfucked before the PA turnpike gets even the smallest modicum of improvement.

level 6

Ha ha ha ha ha. I have zero faith in Penndot. We had a bridge that was close for three years. I mean a tiny maybe 20ft bridge. 3 years? The project was supposed to take 6 months (3 was what they guessed)

level 7

That's the joke, they're so fucking terrible that all the other roads are gonna be fixed before they even THINK about looking at the turnpike, lol.

level 8

Well. It's more complicated w the turnpike.

level 5

I grew up in Michigan. My grandmother’s brothers and sisters lived in Pennsylvania and Maryland. Our summer vacations were all about visiting the family. The turnpike was under construction for every trip. I now live in Maryland and drive back to Michigan to see family. The turnpike has been under construction my entire life. I just turned 50.

level 5

Bruh they’ve been “working on the turnpike” since before I was born 20 years ago.

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level 4

I found the article I referred to earlier - https://www.nytimes.com/2017/02/06/us/politics/a-pennsylvania-highway-town-at-the-junction-of-politics-and-policy.html I stand corrected about my 'hundreds of millions' statement - the article states that ~9 million would be saved by the trucking industry. It goes on to state that the reasons for maintaining the existing situation are political and not geographical.

level 5

You are aware of i99 correct? Many truckers use i80 to i99 now and avoid breezewood and the PA Turnpike.

I99 is a total pork project but it does move traffic out of breezewood. It's fairly new...

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level 4

I mean the PA Turnpike literally just killed a man Final Destination style so I think they have a metric shit-ton of work to do before they even get to fixing chokepoints.

level 5

Part of the issue is they prioritize urban area ie. Pittsburgh and Philly over breezewood based on usage. I joke every project is at least 10 yrs out of date when started.

level 4

Well, they did blow out a large chunk on Sideling Hill to run I-68...

I do wish they could build a better interchange/toll plaza. I've ran many loads through that area, and that place can be hell at times.

level 5

Ever been to Carlisle? Where i81 and i76. Horrible outdated. Kop is nightmarish...hellish is an understatement. I_76, I-276, 422, 202, 320, 23...

22/i-476/i-78 connect is bad too...all dated.

level 6

Oh, I've done that one hundreds of times heading into Harrisburg, or up 81 or 78. That traffic can be insane.

The best part was trying to take a fully loaded semi through that exit on the east bound side of the turnpike during widening. Almost have to come to a dead stop on the highway.

I feel that most of the toll interchanges on the PATP need MAJOR overhaul. Especially the I-283/PA-283 and I-99/US-220 interchanges.

level 7

I99. The most singular political highway ever.built. I still chuckle over the last 15 miles they aren't built in North central pa.

level 8

I'm STILL waiting on that storied interchange with 80 north of State College.

Last time I was up that way, US-15 from Williamsport to the NY state line is "somewhat" ready, while New York has finished all the way to I-86.

level 9

It's land issues. They can't get the land....

level 10

Remember tax i8o I still a thing. Give it to the PATPC.

level 6

I live in Carlisle.

It’s not our fault there’s no direct connection to the Turnpike. The reason Breezewood, Carlisle, and also I-95 and I-79 in Pittsburgh are all this way is because when the Interstate Highway System was built the feds refused to allow direct connections to toll roads. Since the Turnpike predated the system we ended up with things like this.

As for Carlisle being lousy with traffic, it’s because it’s the crossroads of Interstates 76 and 81 and Route 11, and within an hour of 83 and 78. If you want to go to New England and you aren’t north of here or on the coast you go go through Carlisle, which is why it is now a trucking and warehousing Mecca.

You get used to it.

level 7

I've lived in carlisle for years. I don't now.

level 6

The merger onto Route 1 northbound after the toll plaza at Neshaminy always scared the crap out of me.

level 5

So a Sideling Hill is likely never going to happen again as the labor cost, political capital and most importantly the ecological damage. Remember Sideling was completed in 1968.

level 5

And Sideling Hill js in Maryland. Pennsylvania has the worst roads in the country in my experience, and they have really messed up state politics too.

level 4

Actually one bypass does exist is i99 and it's stepped in political controversy.

level 3

Personally I absolutely love Breezewood. When I was stationed in Virginia I would drive home to Michigan a few times a year. Breezewood happened to be the exact halfway point so I would always stop and refuel and eat. I guess that makes the place oddly familiar and fond for me.

level 4

Same. I drive to Maryland once or twice a month and I'm always happy for that easy gas and Starbucks. Edit: Also from Michigan

level 4

Us one billion others

level 3
3 points · 4 months ago

If you don't get off the turnpike, you don't go through Breezewood. You only have to go through it if you want to get on I-70 east. Or if you're on I-70 West.

not much of a choke point, even at peak traffic times it only takes about 7 minutes to get from the toll booth to I-70.

Source: drove through it multiple times a week for years.

level 3

It remains the way it is for financial reasons.

Edit: FTFY

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level 2

Ding ding ding. Here's a streetview look at the same spot or at least close to it.

level 3
229 points · 4 months ago

I knew it looked too familiar. I've stopped at that exit a few times as a pit stop on my way to Pittsburgh.

level 4

Because they force you by having the turnpike route through there, ugh...

level 5

But they have a Taco Bell!

level 6

I miss Quiznos.

level 7

I mr. Quiznos.

level 8

Now Kithnos.

level 7
level 6

I've gotten many an indigestion at that Hardee's...

level 6

Dude

level 6

That Taco Bell sign is super old school.

level 5

I hate the PA Turnpike so much

level 6

For going through some very beautiful country, the PA Turnpike is one of the most boring roads to drive on.

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level 4
3 points · 4 months ago

Exactly same thought process. "Huh, looks a lot like somewhere I've been. Ah yeah, Breezewood! There's a Mcdonalds and a pizza hut..."

level 4

A Pitt stop if you will...

level 4

I thought, “it does look like that!” Just realized that’s because it’s close to Pittsburgh and I’ve driven through there countless times.

level 4

Ha yeah me too. Stopping at Gateway.

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level 3

Really. I was gonna swear it was Branson, Missouri. Crazy.

level 4

It does look like Branson or anywhere along the Ozarks. I never realised how much of America looks the same.

level 5

Something that shocked me when I flew to Dallas from Pittsburgh was how similar everything looked and felt.

Aside frim the u-turn lanes. I'm conflicted about those.

level 5

Travel. Or don't, it is all the same shit over the whole country.

level 6

Regional burger chains. The only reason to travel in America.

level 7

There's a little one store (as opposed to a chain of stores) fried chicken place in Mason, Tn. that has several times been voted the best fried chicken store in the country. It is really worth the side trip off of I-40.

level 8

Do you happen to remember the name of it? I'll be driving through in a few months and I'd love to try it out.

level 9

Gotta be Gus’s World Famous Fried Chicken - absolutely worth a detour for a 3 piece dark, 2 jalapeños on the side, and 3 PBRs

level 10

Thanks I've added it to my Google maps to remind me to stop by.

Interestingly, it seems Gus has actually started franchising his chicken with dozens of locations open around the country. The one in Mason, TN, is actually the original though.

level 9

Oh - and I won’t suck your dick, no sweat

level 10

So, you're saying you would suck it if it was sweaty?

level 9

Sorry, I don't. Mason, Tn. is one of those wide spots in the road sort of town. I understand it burnt down but they rebuilt. I don't know how close to the original location so even if I remembered it might not help. I checked google earth and it is Gus's Fried chicken. It is on the corner of U.S. Hwy.70 and Finde-Naifeh Dr. Hope this helps and eat a breast for me. I also recommend Bozo's Hot Pit Bar-B-Que. It is about a 1/4 mile east of Gus's.

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2 points · 4 months ago

mountains, prairies, and oceans white with foam aside

level 6

Pretty much everywhere in the developed world will have areas that look like this. Gas stations and fast food joints and cracked roads and old cars.

level 6

It’s really not all the same. Yes there are a bunch of small towns that kind of feel similar, but saying shits the same everywhere is Just wrong. There’s some big differences between Alaska and Hawaii.

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level 4

naw, that's South of Pittsburgh PA... Branson Mo is like ... less crowded, but yeah, full of restaurants too

level 3

Damn, even has a Dead Hooker Motel. This is the place for me!!

level 3

Oh hey, we have this exact same intersection all over our state. This also exists near Langhorne.

level 3

How the fuck? America is enormous. You could show me a picture of the village I grew up in and I probably wouldn't recognise it.

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level 2

Had some friends that went to penn state Altoona, and they always told me you’re good all the way up the turn pike until you get to Breezewood. Got pulled over driving up there once and sure enough, looked up and saw a billboard that said welcome to breezewood

level 3

Can confirm, basically every statie in the southwest corner sits in Breezewood 60 hours a week.

level 2

Was looking at this picture and immediately thought Breezewood! Is it actuallly?! I only read a few comments down...

level 3

Yes it is. Older pic, but it's Breezewood

level 3

I thought breezewood immediately too and tried zooming in to see if I could make out the road signs. No such luck. Thank goodness for everyone here confirming our suspicions!

level 4

I did too. I zoomed in in the signs hoping I could read something but I couldn’t make anything out of them

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level 5

Comments... Where would we be without them?

level 4

I recognized the "gifts and souvenirs" sign

level 4

The first road sign is Mcconnellsburg. If you go straight through that little town it brings you to breezewood

level 2

But where's the sheetz or wawa?!

level 3

Sheetz is actually on the left side of the road at that intersection. 😉

level 4

Yeah, that’s my go to stop in breezewood. All the other places are more grimey than they have any business being.

level 5

No way. That Sheetz makes for the longest pit stop ever. Holy shit the amount of people there!

level 5
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level 6

Plus, walking tacos.

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level 3

No Wawa's this far west.

level 4

Of all the things I miss about living in SEPA, Wawa is top 5.

People are so much more personable there, and they’re super nice. I used to bring in Christmas cards to the local one closest to me.

level 5

If anything could bring me back to Delaware besides family, it would be wawa.

level 6

And scrapple.

level 5

I think you got lucky. Our Sheetz and Wawa employees are equally unimpressed with their jobs and their customers lol

level 5

I'm still waiting with baited breath for Wawa to make it down here in Miami! One opened up 30 miles north in Pompano, so I'm hopeful for that last southward expansion.

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level 3

No Wawa. Way west of the susquehanna... And really you don't see wawa west of Morgantown, PA.

level 4

Ahh, I'd never heard of the town. I grew up in Potter County so nothing but sheetz for me, but lots of family in Philly.

level 2

I was going to say this looks like PA. But then I thought maybe it only looks like PA to me because I live there.

level 2

Goddamnit. I knew this was PA....

level 2

Or basically any roadway city in CA. If you're driving from SoCal to SF or Vegas There are a few stops along the way, and man do they cram a lot of america into one city. Not, complaining, they're just every stereotype you'd in want one remote place.

level 3

KETTLEMAN CITY.

level 3

you see crap like this all over asia and europe too; many of the logos are even the same...I will have to say 7-11 in japan is a HUGE step up in quality though—they have better seafood at a cornershop than you can get many places in the US.

level 4
13 points · 4 months ago

You can comfortably live on 7-11 meals alone in Japan for months, and it's not necessarily disgustingly unhealthy either.

level 5

I'm a fan of US 7-11 hot dogs I'm sorry to say. (They + a big gulp cost $2). Would love some good sush also.

edit: clarity

level 6

A 7-11 opened near me about 6 years ago. I went there once to use the nacho machine, because my body needed 7-11 nachos, and they didn't have one. Severe disappointment.

I don't know if I will ever trust anything again. I certainly have never revisited the 7-11 that broke my heart.

level 5

Lawson is my fucking JAM. Tons of awesome pastries, and snacks. The hot buns by the register....so good. The hotel I was staying at had very traditional Japanese breakfast (not always the most appetizing meal, especially if you're hungover), so I'd walk to our Lawson a block away and eat pork buns.

level 5

Can confirm, I actually had a pretty dang good pumpkin salad from 7-11 last night.

level 6
2 points · 4 months ago

One good thing about franchise stores in Japan. Unlike 7-11 in any other country they don't sell shit that tastes like trash food. I'm not saying trash food can't be "good", but I've never felt like anything I've bought at Japanese konbini's have been trash quality

level 3

You should get out more. This is every single city on every single highway in the states.

level 4

Yeah I see this literally everywhere through OH, IN, IL, VA, MD, SC, NC, GA, FL, you know....every state I drive through haha

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level 2

There’s a sketch ass motel there called the Breezewood Inn. We’re talking dirty curtains that you can see from the street. My family and I always use it as a reference for all other sketchy motels we drive by.

level 3
2 points · 4 months ago

SAME!

level 2
5 points · 4 months ago · edited 4 months ago

That's hilarious. I was looking at this thinking "wow it really does look like the US I almost feel like I've been to this exit"..... aaand I actually have

level 2

I knew it was PA, when you've travelled back and forth 5 years I'd be ashamed if I didn't. Despite never going there... I think.

level 2

I thought it looked familiar too. Stopped through the area on a whitewater rafting trip up at Ohiopyle.

level 3

The ol Youghiogheny. Love it. Almost lost my wife there. Lol. It's funny now.

level 2

Enjoyed many a family meal at the Bob Evans there as a kid.

level 2

Yep one glance at that picture and I thought yep I know that place! Been through there many times traversing PA. It's great for finding whatever fast food or other rest-stoppy things you'd want on a road trip, but man it's a cluster f to navigate.

level 2

I thought I recognized it. Been through there many times.

level 2

There’s another spot in PA that looks just like this but I don’t remember where. In or around the Lehigh Valley.

level 3

Great Bend does as well.

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level 2

Knew I recognized it; kinda nice to see ol’ PA represented

level 2

I was coming to say the same thing. Drove past there biweekly on my way to Penn State to bring my kid home.

level 2

Sure is driven past this a million times

level 2

I thought it looked familiar!!

level 2

My first thought was it looks like Breezewood!

level 2
2 points · 4 months ago

I stop here frequently when traveling between DC and Pittsburgh. There's a gas station called Sac's just out of frame.

level 2

Lived in PA all my life, and this really could be any random town in here.

level 2

I’ve only stopped once my entire 23 years of life in Pennsylvania and this was it. What are the odds?

level 2

I knew I knew that view. My drive from Maryland to O hio takes me through there

level 2

Breezewood! As soon as I saw the McConnelsburg sign I knew it.

Looks a bit different now. Couple weeks ago the old Sheetz there was hastily turned into a strip club. Was made into a huge deal in our newspapers.

level 2

I would always stop at the TA after I got of I-70on my way to my parents in Erie...I miss them..

level 2

Damn I thought that looked familiar.

level 2

It's the Perkins that gives it away

level 2

I thought it looked like Appalachia!

level 2

Came here to say the same thing!

level 2

Wow I was sure this was PA but then thought "nah, this is an Anytown, USA picture, there no reason it'd be PA specifically"

level 2

Oh my god I was literally just on this road a couple weeks ago

level 2

I somehow knew this was Pennsylvania immediately when I saw it. Never been there, but I've lived in Pennsylvania for 23 years. Guess everything just feels like home.

level 2

How can you tell? it looks like the majority of the country?

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level 2

Exactly what I was thinking!

level 2

God dammit I knew it was Breezewood as soon as I saw that giant Exxon sign. It’s literally a clusterfuck of people just trying to get their Starbucks and gas before going into Maryland and god is it awful.

level 2

One of the biggest stops for people driving through there, i know my family stopped there many times

level 2

Pittsburgh guy here. Is this odd? Cause that’s what every stop along any interstate to any city ive been to ever looks like.

level 2

My first thought was somewhere in Appalachia - southeastern Ohio or West Virginia. To have the exit right next to a mountain covered in green foliage, with all those typical lower middle class chains. The old-ass Taco Bell sign, a Perkins, the old-ass Sunoco sign... Just looked like that area.

I guess Breezewood is the same thing, just east of Pittsburgh rather than south of it.

level 2

I knew it looked familiar!

level 2

Holy shit I haven't been there in years and knew it!

level 2

Thought it was Valencia near Magic Mountain

level 2

I thought it was Great Bend, also in PA.

level 2

Never been there. However my road trips to Stroudsburg, Harleysville, and Pottsville, PA all look like this. It's actually kinda weird now that I think about it

level 2

What’s the highway sign on headed straight say? The exit says Pittsburgh and Harrisburg, but what’s the other say? McGeneralsburg?

level 2

I knew it was PA!

level 2

It's exactly Breezeway. Photo is taken by world famous Canadian Artist Edward Burtynsky. He's well know for this type of work.

edit, if you don't mind adding his name to your edits that would be chill. He's one of my most favorite fine art photographers but he isn't as well known outside of the photo world.

level 2

Pennsylvania was my first guess. The Perkin's and Sunoco did it for me.

level 2

Yep, the Gateway to the South.

level 2

Yup. Been there and ate at McDonalds when I drove to DC

level 2

Stopped there to and from DC last summer. Nice spot

level 2

By George, you're right!

level 2

I recognized it instantly. It was the place I got in my first ever car accident.

level 2

Wow, that was my EXACT thought when I saw it and I've been there I think twice in my life. I figured I must be wrong because so many places look like this, so what were the odds.

level 2

I came here for this. Looks exactly like breezewood. The weirdest intersection.

level 2

The great Pennsylvania bottleneck. I've spent like 2 hours travelling 5 miles there.

level 2

Also a huge DUI trap. Driving at 1am doing nothing wrong? Well boy oh boy, get ready to be pulled over.

level 2
4 points · 4 months ago

Hahahaha, knew it was Breezewood IMMEDIATELY!!!! Too many to and from Ocean City to not recognize those places.

level 3

Oh God, why are you driving so far just to go to Ocean Shitty?

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level 2

I go through there when I have to use the turnpike..it's so bright at night because of all those signs

level 2

Thought the same thing. Always stopped there as a kid travelling from Michigan to Virginia.

level 2

Definitely Breezewood. I go through the all the time.

level 2

It looks like literally every single city along I-80 that isn't Salt Lake, Sacramento, or SF.

level 2

As soon as I saw it, I thought the same thing... 'Wait, I know this place...' I have stopped at the Starbucks and the Bob Evans atop the hill many times.

level 2

The only stop light on an Interstate freeway.

level 3

Umm. Only if you get off at the exit.

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level 2

Came here to say Pennsylvania. Off of route 80? Not a good representation of the US. It’s hell on earth.

level 3

This is literally every small town along route 80 haha.

level 4

It sure is!

level 2

I've only been there twice, and this was the first thing I thought of too.

level 2

I saw Perkins and immediately knew PA

level 2

Yeah. It was a great mid-trip stop for me on the way to school every time. That Sunoco has 94 octane gas, which is awesome.

level 2

I was literally just here today. Drove through on my way to Penn State. Very trippy for me. I stopped at the Taco Bell because why the fuck not?

level 2

It's funny how similar all PA exits look. As soon as I saw it my first thought was the Pocono exit on 476.

level 3

This looks nothing like the Pocono exit (at least to me) it's not that built up yet.

level 2

Wait a second. Breezewood doesn't have a quiznos or pizza hut, does it??

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