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“Wyoming loves its burgers | The Hole Scroll - Jackson Hole News&Guide” plus 1 more

“Wyoming loves its burgers | The Hole Scroll - Jackson Hole News&Guide” plus 1 more


Wyoming loves its burgers | The Hole Scroll - Jackson Hole News&Guide

Posted: 13 Jul 2019 07:00 AM PDT

People in Wyoming are among Americans who spend the most at what a recent survey called "hamburger and hot dog restaurants."

The survey was done by 24/7 Wall St., one of those internet sites that conglomerates a lot of information by computer and presents it for your amusement.

According to the computers and their examination of Google trends, U.S. Census Bureau counts and the U.S. Department of Agriculture, last year each and every average one of us in Wyoming spent $342 at hamburger and hot dog restaurants.

That spending put Wyoming at No. 7 in the national rankings.

Hawaii, for some reason, finished first with per capita spending of $379.

New Hampshire and Vermont finished 49th and 50th in burger and dog spending.

The computers also concluded that every person in Wyoming ate 251 burgers in 2012, putting us at seventh highest in the country.

On the other hand, assuming you had a burger in one hand and a hot dog in the other, we came in dead last in hot dogs consumed at 149.

Some extrapolation was involved: The study compared sales at restaurants that listed their "principal menu type as 'hamburgers'" from the Census Bureau and compared that to population, then used Google searches for "hamburger" and "hot dog" in each state to reach its conclusions.

Wells Fargo Says ‘Retro’ Has Peaked. Goodbye Logo Sweatshirt - Bloomberg

Posted: 10 Jul 2019 07:19 AM PDT

[unable to retrieve full-text content]Wells Fargo Says 'Retro' Has Peaked. Goodbye Logo Sweatshirt  Bloomberg

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“Wyoming loves its burgers | The Hole Scroll - Jackson Hole News&Guide” plus 1 more


Wyoming loves its burgers | The Hole Scroll - Jackson Hole News&Guide

Posted: 13 Jul 2019 07:00 AM PDT

People in Wyoming are among Americans who spend the most at what a recent survey called "hamburger and hot dog restaurants."

The survey was done by 24/7 Wall St., one of those internet sites that conglomerates a lot of information by computer and presents it for your amusement.

According to the computers and their examination of Google trends, U.S. Census Bureau counts and the U.S. Department of Agriculture, last year each and every average one of us in Wyoming spent $342 at hamburger and hot dog restaurants.

That spending put Wyoming at No. 7 in the national rankings.

Hawaii, for some reason, finished first with per capita spending of $379.

New Hampshire and Vermont finished 49th and 50th in burger and dog spending.

The computers also concluded that every person in Wyoming ate 251 burgers in 2012, putting us at seventh highest in the country.

On the other hand, assuming you had a burger in one hand and a hot dog in the other, we came in dead last in hot dogs consumed at 149.

Some extrapolation was involved: The study compared sales at restaurants that listed their "principal menu type as 'hamburgers'" from the Census Bureau and compared that to population, then used Google searches for "hamburger" and "hot dog" in each state to reach its conclusions.

Wells Fargo Says ‘Retro’ Has Peaked. Goodbye Logo Sweatshirt - Bloomberg

Posted: 10 Jul 2019 07:19 AM PDT

[unable to retrieve full-text content]Wells Fargo Says 'Retro' Has Peaked. Goodbye Logo Sweatshirt  Bloomberg

Retro style -- a hot fashion trend that's boosted nostalgic labels from decades past -- may have reached its peak. "Looking back over the past several months, we ...

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