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    Default In and Out Burger.

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    1st time. Good and nice price!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kathianne View Post
    @hjmick

    1st time. Good and nice price!

    I'm jealous...
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    Quote Originally Posted by hjmick View Post
    I'm jealous...
    Fries are really good. Next time I have to try Whataburger. Still haven't beaten Portillos
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kathianne View Post
    Fries are really good. Next time I have to try Whataburger. Still haven't beaten Portillos


    I have Whataburger in my area...not bad Kat...ummmm...yummy...worth checking out...burger got an old-fashion taste...





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    Quote Originally Posted by Kathianne View Post
    Fries are really good. Next time I have to try Whataburger. Still haven't beaten Portillos

    Whataburger was what it was all about before I moved to California from Texas. Good burgers there as well. At least I remember them being good...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kathianne View Post
    Fries are really good. Next time I have to try Whataburger. Still haven't beaten Portillos
    Whataburger is awesome here. The one in Albuquerque wasn't so good. Same with DQ. DQ in Texas is different than other states. Their food (burners) is good here. Was disappointed in NM, AZ & CA.

    Haven't eaten at In-n-Out since I was stationed in CA. Was withing walking distance of our apt in Vista.
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    GET OFF MY LAWN

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    Quote Originally Posted by LongTermGuy View Post


    I have Whataburger in my area...not bad Kat...ummmm...yummy...worth checking out...burger got an old-fashion taste...


    I really really enjoy their food - or did, when i lived in Alabama - there was one in FL just off I10. We'd stop there on trips

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    Quote Originally Posted by darin View Post
    I really really enjoy their food - or did, when i lived in Alabama - there was one in FL just off I10. We'd stop there on trips

    I enjoy `their` food in NC.....Man...just something about a good Burger on a Friday afternoon....`Thinking`...Im hungry Now!



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    Quote Originally Posted by hjmick View Post
    I'm jealous...

    Me too
    Those who want to be loved get dogs
    Those who want to love get cats

    Hamsters have an entirely different role
    They live to demonstrate death to the kids.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LongTermGuy View Post
    I enjoy `their` food in NC.....Man...just something about a good Burger on a Friday afternoon....`Thinking`...Im hungry Now!

    A burger like that screams for a good beverage

    Those who want to be loved get dogs
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    Hamsters have an entirely different role
    They live to demonstrate death to the kids.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bilgerat View Post
    A burger like that screams for a good beverage




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    `Lynsi Snyder`.....


    "When Lynsi Snyder turned 35 years old (on May 5 2017), she received the final portion of her inheritance: the In-N-Out Burger fortune. She now owns 97% of the fast food chain and is worth $1.3 billion.

    ...Snyder has led a difficult life despite her current riches, as her uncle was killed in a plane crash in 1993, and her father died of a drug overdose in 1999. Snyder was involved in a series of troubled marriages until she found religion and changed her ways after her last divorce."






    `Lynsi Snyder shows off her dad's smokin' hot rod, which she's tuned to 1000 street-legal hp!`




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    Quote Originally Posted by LongTermGuy View Post
    `Lynsi Snyder`.....


    "When Lynsi Snyder turned 35 years old (on May 5 2017), she received the final portion of her inheritance: the In-N-Out Burger fortune. She now owns 97% of the fast food chain and is worth $1.3 billion.

    ...Snyder has led a difficult life despite her current riches, as her uncle was killed in a plane crash in 1993, and her father died of a drug overdose in 1999. Snyder was involved in a series of troubled marriages until she found religion and changed her ways after her last divorce."






    `Lynsi Snyder shows off her dad's smokin' hot rod, which she's tuned to 1000 street-legal hp!`


    I think she used to drive funny cars...
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    Quote Originally Posted by hjmick View Post
    I think she used to drive funny cars...


    `America's youngest female billionaire, who also happens to be an NHRA Top Sportsman racer, was featured in this recent 'I Am Second' film. Check out her story HERE...`


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    They have the best burgers. They had one in Fort Worth. But every time I hear the name I think of clockwork orange.

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