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I present to you the Waffle Taco, from Taco Bell. That's right, just like your waistline is to your pants, the kings of the 3am drive-thru are expanding into the rapidly growing fast-food breakfast market.

Look to stuff one of these babies into your hungover face beginning the last weekend of March.

#FastFood   #TacoBell   #McDonalds #Diabetes  
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The Wharton School asked me to describe what I think the advertising industry will look like in the year 2020. My answer, in a word: #Google.
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+Michael Hussey I agree - and I strongly believe that it'll take that long for brands to understand the power of Google+.

There's huge resistance and a steep learning curve, but IMO GooglePlus is the biggiest change in online communications since the interactive website.
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+PeekAnalytics  is at it again, culling through Twitter data to map out the most popular brands in different categories.

This time around, they’ve created the intriguing, thirst-inducing PeekAnalytics #BeerMap, which they’ve provided to AllTwitter as an exclusive.

It’s a searchable global map of 2,500+ beers brands/breweries across more than 15K cities and towns.
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cool.
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Keep up the good work. Fantastic.
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Without any doubt whatsoever, the best po'boy I've ever eaten. #wow
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Great question
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Santa Claws is coming to town. #maine
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Our #BurgerMap  is working out as I'd hoped. Articles in HuffPo, FastCompany, MediaBistro, BizJournal, The Atlantic, hundreds of tweets and dozens of legit business leads. Kudos to +Leandro Quezada and Amauris De Jesus for bringing this idea to life. Kudos to +Pavel Baranov and Oleg Borkov for bringing the data together to allow us to create these little masterpieces. We're on a roll and having fun...and we're just getting started.   #bigdata   #cleandata  
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Glad you are relishing the publicity, Michael.  If this story hadn't cut the mustard, you'd be in a pickle.  Lettuce take a moment to catsup to the facts here:

-- Investors should short the stock of Weight Watchers
-- In-and-Out should open in Nebraska, ahead of Shake Shack
-- PETA's PR team now knows which Twitter users to taunt
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Fresh is the word at Big Fisherman. Great prices, too.
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Best burger in NYC, but hard to justify spending $20+ for a burger, fries and a drink when you can get something almost as good (Five Guys) around the corner; so it is a true splurge.
Food: ExcellentDecor: GoodService: Good
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reviewed 10 months ago
I used to live and go to school in Montreal and my mom’s family is from Quebec City. Two of my very favorite foods in the world are Montreal-style smoked meat and poutine. I know these two foods better than most. Mile End has no business trying to pass itself off as a Montreal-style smoked meat restaurant, as the meat tastes nothing like what you’d eat in Montreal. Go to a classic Montreal smoked meat deli - places such as: Reuben's, Schwartz's, Bens (now sadly out of business), and even La Belle Province – and you’ll immediately understand that Mild End tastes nothing like it. Montreal smoked meat sandwiches have a very different flavor and cut (smooth slices vs. rough cuts at Mile End). On to their poutine -- I was not impressed. The cheese was most certainly not authentic Quebec cheddar cheese curds which tastes amazing and squeeks when you chew it...and poutine is all about the cheese. Even McDonalds in Quebec makes a half-decent poutine because they get the cheese right. Mile End seems to serve some sort of bland mozzarella substitute - blah. The fries themselves were excellent, the gravy was just ok, but the cheese just wasn’t even close to the real thing and ruined the dish. There used to be a place in the Lower East Side called T-Poutine that served real poutine -- but is now sadly out of business. Pommes Frites on Second Ave (East Village) serves poutine with the real cheese curds imported from Quebec, but their fries are not exactly the best for poutine.
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Food: Poor to fairDecor: GoodService: Good
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I've been twice and loved it both times. It is one of my top 5 NYC Italian restaurants.
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Incredible pizza. Brunch is hard to beat. Service is fantastic. I've been back three times in the past month and I think it gets better every time.
Food: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
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Employees were not the sharpest tools in the shed.
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