One Man's Trashy Food is Another Man's Mansion


While most good things in life have grown increasingly expensive and lower in quality during our global recession, fast food has remained cheap and probably hormonally injected with tastiness. Thus, the steady flow of chain foods through our collective American digestive tracts has been making some fast food fat cats even richer and real estate ready.

So how rich have we made them? And how nice are the pads that the international team of super-sized patrons have indirectly paid for?

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