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    Europhile Play Boban's Avatar
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    How will the sale of Godís burgers impact the Spursí free agency outlook tbh? Aside from the sewage infested river walk and the dilapidated Alamo, this is all SA has going for it tbh.......

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    Veteran DMC's Avatar
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    No idea what you're talking about.

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    Man, had they closed before Dejuan got drafted..Dejuan might still have a career in the NBA.
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    Veteran DMC's Avatar
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    Man, had they closed before Dejuan got drafted..Dejuan might still have a career in the NBA.
    Nah, he couldn't keep his hands out of the jewelry case.

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    Another shit poster.

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    Their biscuits & gravy is a staple in this house. I bring it back to the house, lay the potato sticks on top, then pour the gravy, then lay 3 eggs over easy on top of the old thing. It's gone in like 60 seconds.

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    Their biscuits & gravy is a staple in this house. I bring it back to the house, lay the potato sticks on top, then pour the gravy, then lay 3 eggs over easy on top of the old thing. It's gone in like 60 seconds.
    Welcome back, Cub. Enjoying Trump's america?

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    Europhile Play Boban's Avatar
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    No idea what you're talking about.
    Read the newspaper tbh.

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    WICKED PISSAH!!!! Will Hunting's Avatar
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    No idea what you're talking about.
    The owners sold a majority stake in Whataburger to a PE fund in Chicago and people are losing their minds because it’s no longer a “Texas Company”
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    Their biscuits & gravy is a staple in this house. I bring it back to the house, lay the potato sticks on top, then pour the gravy, then lay 3 eggs over easy on top of the old thing. It's gone in like 60 seconds.
    Bend over. I'll lay you over easy.

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    Veteran DMC's Avatar
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    The owners sold a majority stake in Whataburger to a PE fund in Chicago and people are losing their minds because it’s no longer a “Texas Company”
    It's a shithole. I never eat there and haven't in over 30 years. First time I tried one as a teen, I couldn't take more than a bite. That's bad when a 16 year old cannot eat one.

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    They seem to vary in quality
    Donít eat FF often but
    The one in Giddings was pretty damn good
    The one on Anderson near Northcross Mall and the one near Pfville not good

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    Veteran baseline bum's Avatar
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    The owners sold a majority stake in Whataburger to a PE fund in Chicago and people are losing their minds because it’s no longer a “Texas Company”
    I don't ing understand the fascination Texas has with Whataburger. It reminds me of Wallace on The Wire and his ridiculous love for the projects of West Baltimore.

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    I haven't lived in a Whataburger area for a long time. I'd only be mad if they got rid of the biscuits and gravy.

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    Dafuq is JJ Watt thinking? He's from Wisconsin, I guess he just hates all things Chicago growing up a Packerfan/Bears hater.
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    I Don't Even Care Anymore Millennial_Messiah's Avatar
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    Their biscuits & gravy is a staple in this house. I bring it back to the house, lay the potato sticks on top, then pour the gravy, then lay 3 eggs over easy on top of the old thing. It's gone in like 60 seconds.
    They have Whataburger in Arizona? lol.

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    A neverending cycle Trainwreck2100's Avatar
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    The owners sold a majority stake in Whataburger to a PE fund in Chicago and people are losing their minds because it’s no longer a “Texas Company”
    I wouldn't care if it sold to someone who wasn't a Texan company, it was sold to a bank which means the service will turn to shit, the ingredients will turn to shit, and the all around product will deteriorate.
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    I Don't Even Care Anymore Millennial_Messiah's Avatar
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    I wouldn't care if it sold to someone who wasn't a Texan company, it was sold to a bank which means the service will turn to shit, the ingredients will turn to shit, and the all around product will deteriorate.
    If the prices go down, it might be worth it though. Whataburger charges California prices in a Texas market which has always been offputting to me if I don't have one of their coupons to go there.

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    A neverending cycle Trainwreck2100's Avatar
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    If the prices go down, it might be worth it though. Whataburger charges California prices in a Texas market which has always been offputting to me if I don't have one of their coupons to go there.
    If i want the mcdonalds experience I'll eat at McDonalds. They charge what they can because they earned the ability to over the years.

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    I Don't Even Care Anymore Millennial_Messiah's Avatar
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    If i want the mcdonalds experience I'll eat at McDonalds. They charge what they can because they earned the ability to over the years.
    Or you can make your own burgers in the comfort of your own home for less than the price of McDonalds and better quality than Whataburger... plus you know exactly what you're getting since you cooked it.

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    A neverending cycle Trainwreck2100's Avatar
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    Or you can make your own burgers in the comfort of your own home for less than the price of McDonalds and better quality than Whataburger... plus you know exactly what you're getting since you cooked it.
    Or i can not be a cheap sob and just eat at whataburger. At least till it's ruined by douchebags.

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    I Don't Even Care Anymore Millennial_Messiah's Avatar
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    Or i can not be a cheap sob and just eat at whataburger. At least till it's ruined by douchebags.
    It's unhealthy to eat fast food in general and it's unhealthy to eat anything fried in "vegetable oil". Best to cook your own food and use canola oil (same price as vegetable oil; cheap) for high heat/general use/frying, and olive oil (expensive) for low heat stuff/taste.

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    I don't ing understand the fascination Texas has with Whataburger. It reminds me of Wallace on The Wire and his ridiculous love for the projects of West Baltimore.
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