The Denny's restaurant hypothesis
Decades ago I traveled via car a good portion of the US except for most of the east coast and north east. I often wondered if there was any city in the US of a population of 50,000 or more that didn't have a Denny's restaurant I proclaimed I would settle there. Long story short I never found such a city minus a Denny's.
Can anyone prove my Denny's hypothesis wrong?
I noticed the same thing many yeas ago. Apparently, some company had a lot of money, and built all these buildings all over. Now most I see are either empty or serve some other function. I remember seeing one in Portland, but that was a long time ago. Sambos was the same, but I see them no more.