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    Quote Originally Posted by BigE
    You know what, I take this back. I don't know where my head was...CULVER'S!
    Butter Burgers and Concrete, yum. My wife doesn't care for their burgers (too greasy) but they have some excellent ice cream flavors.
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    Culver's *is* great. I gotta disagree with the greasiness. There's a couple of non-chain places around here that are... worse? Sorry, when it comes to burgers, grease is the word.

    Anyway, Culvers' burgers don't seem all that greasy to me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 0siris
    Culver's *is* great. I gotta disagree with the greasiness. There's a couple of non-chain places around here that are... worse? Sorry, when it comes to burgers, grease is the word.

    Anyway, Culvers' burgers don't seem all that greasy to me.
    Ditto, and you can't beat a Wisconsin Swiss Melt, mmmmmmm.

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    I'm not big on Swiss cheese. KISS. American cheese does the trick for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 0siris
    I'm not big on Swiss cheese. KISS. American cheese does the trick for me.
    Eww, American cheese is like plastic. I'll take almost any cheese on my burger before American, but I prefer Colby Jack.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigE
    Eww, American cheese is like plastic. I'll take almost any cheese on my burger before American, but I prefer Colby Jack.
    Make mine Pepper Jack or Provolone, if you wanna go ethnic.







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    Sorry, In-N-Out blows 'em all away! They're a SoCal original, just like me!

    Edit-If you're feeling bold, they have a "secret" menu too-

    http://www.badmouth.net/in-n-outs-secret-menu/
    http://www.in-n-out.com/secretmenu.asp



    After In-N-Out, I put Carl's Jr Second, Wendy's Third, Mickey Dees and Burger King tied for 4th, and school burgers, dead laaaaast

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    I'm sure all that's great but my hat goes off to a little place called Sam and Betty's here in Morgantown. Burger's at least half a pound (after it's cooked) and it's amazing. Just amazing.

    They also have a 12" steak and cheese sub that's to die for. An insane amount of tender chunks of steak, more cheese (a blend of a couple but I don't know what) than your heart can handle, I mean desire, mouth-watering seasonings..... Seriously it was so stuffed full o' goodness that I couldn't eat the whole thing (though I haven't gone there when I'm super hungry.... yet...). And not only am I fat I damn well earned this belly! So yeah, HUGE sub that's just awesome.


    So yeah, next time any of y'all are in Morgantown you gotta stop by there. It's across Mileground from the airport, kinda hid away.
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    That sounds good Nicholas, I will definitely have to check that out someday! They have a great Philly Cheese Steak place up in Eureka, they are as good as I've ever tasted!

    http://www.phillycheesesteakshoppe.com/

    They have in in Arcata too, just across the Bay from Eureka. Their Philly Cheese Steaks are to die for! FYI, Eureka is 150 miles north of me in Humboldt County. The owner is a Philly native born and raised, and relocated to Eureka, so he knows how to do them!

    Edit-They have a challenge too, kinda like "Man Vs.Food", but I can barely make it through one, let alone two lol http://www.phillycheesesteakshoppe.com/challenge.html

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    Dude that link says 8 classic cheesesteaks! Holy crap! Even if they were only 6" that would still be an insane amount of it. It'd be fun to try though lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicholas
    Dude that link says 8 classic cheesesteaks! Holy crap! Even if they were only 6" that would still be an insane amount of it. It'd be fun to try though lol
    Holy Crap, that's just about what I said! lol We should try it sometime, but have plenty of Pepto on hand, and a quick path to the little boy's room, just in case

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    Depending on the size the amount of meat I could get a couple probably. 8, I dunno. I've done 6 double stacks before and that was pretty hardcore for me

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    One of my fave's: http://www.ronschili.com

    They have a burger that's 1/2 beef, 1/2 Owen's hot sausage, served with pepper jack. They have another that is a hamburger served with a slice of Cure81 ham with real bacon bits.

    And they have spanish fries: that's with onions and jalapenos. My fave is the bacon chili cheese fries. Yes, it's served like it sounds.

    *drools*

    Oh, and these guys laugh at your large meals.

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    Oh, and going to President Obama to be signed into law: The Truth in Caller ID Act of 2010, an amendent to the Telecommunciations Act of 1934. Basically, it makes Caller ID spoofing illegal.

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    Nice idea in concept but I think it's going to be hard to enforce. It's only about intentional obfuscation, basically to commit fraud. The problem with these places that use fake phone numbers (that look legit) is that it's hard to find them in the first place.

    If you run your own VOIP servers, you can spoof without anyone's blessing too. It's hard to track down the people doing it so it's hard to get them shut down.

    I get calls for things like "Credit Services" and vague names like that, which do this sort of thing. I've sometimes actually transferred to an operator just so I can blast them for it since I'm on the Do Not Call list.

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