The Restaurant-Food Paradox

Food that you don't make yourself is always at least two of three things:  affordable, fast, and good.  I think it's impossible to get all three.  Maybe a fourth bubble, "Reasonably healthy" (or perhaps "Not Solidified Battery Acid on a Bun" might suit better) needs to be added.

While this barely qualifies, I'm still counting this under my Infographics for Skeptics.  My blog, my bendable rules.

Of course, you could always go directly to the source and vote it up.

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Fast, Good and Cheap: Harvey's. Just my opinion.

Jonathan Abrams said...
March 11, 2011 at 11:08 PM  

When I think about fast food, I think Indian curry, falafel, shawarma or gourmet pizza. I usually avoid the restaurants in your diagram. This is multicultural Canada. We have a lot more choices than the large junk food chains.

Acitta said...
March 12, 2011 at 12:01 PM  

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