Can You Identify a City Solely by the Location of Its Starbucks?
"If you get the sense, like I do, that Starbucks is everywhere, it’s because there are 13,279 of them in the U.S. alone, and they’re so crammed into highly trafficked areas that sometimes, as Lewis Black famously bemoaned, there’s a Starbucks directly across the street from a Starbucks," writes Chris Kirk. "You can recognize a city by its streets or population patterns. Can you recognize it by its Starbucks locations?"
"Let’s find out."
Apparently I'm a grande (9 out of 20 correct). How'd you do?