Anyone who’s lived in Philadelphia long enough knows Wawa, and probably loves it, too. With decent coffee, free ATMs, dozens of grab-and-go drinks, made-to-order hoagies (with the touch-screens that so impressed Mitt Romney) and fresh soft pretzels, Wawa offers habit-forming convenience. But venture to the western side of the state, and country bumpkin rival Sheetz is the beloved chain. The New York Times covers the rivalry with what Daily News columnist Will Bunch called “a clear Pennsyltucky bias.” Which is your favorite? And is it worth arguing over?