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This isn't off topic. Fast food restaurants are integral to the topic.
Extremely important. One thing to worry about is why Issah would choose McDonald's to try and clean money through? What's his end game there?
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Dumber than those at Sonic? Wendy's? Arby's even?
LOL well in that case...
If Issah was really smart, they would have had a friend apply at McDonalds for a cashier position. Then they could have had a man on the "inside". Plan would have been flawless then.
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Could be, I didn't think they had anything cheaper than a dollar anymore. Honestly I thought you just went the wrong way with your sales tax.
Excuse me, they may have a degree.
End game is obviously laundering fake cash for real so doing so in a busy high volume fast food place would be the right kind of venue. Less likely to get noticed in time. Obviously they were wrong. By the way if information so far is true this is a federal crime in name only IMO. My guess is these were kids thinking they could turnover quick easy cash using bad fakes. Not forgers using plates, ink and paper to replicate US notes. Nearly impossible to do nowadays. Don't get me wrong, it's no less illegal. There's a pen a retailer can get at any office supplier. In most cases a quick mark on the bill will tell the cashier if it is fake. That may be all it took to bust this "crime ring". I've had a bar and retail businesses where on a very few occaisions counterfeit bills had been tried to be passed. Some times you catch it at POS, sometimes later. Also bad checks and a little scam where the scammer will buy a small item like a candy bar, pay with a $20, then decide they don't want the item, return it and get their $20 back. The scam is the person doesn't return the change and you have to wonder how the bartender or cashier fell for that and shake your head. The key, like at a fast food place, is the scammer hopes the cashier or bartender is busy and has 3 things on his or her mind at the time and doesn't realize the scam til you're out the door. Theft by deception. For a kid to take this kind of risk for seemingly so little return with so much to lose is not very smart or desperate, IMO.
I knew what the end game was, that part was sarcasm....
You're insane! In-n-out is the best fast food burger you can get! Double double with extra spread!
Dammit. Now I'm hungry.
In-n-out isn't even close to five guys IMO. Was incredibly disappointed when I tried it actually. Animal style didn't help either.
It wasn't terrible, but for all the things I hear about that place, there's only one way to describe it:
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If liking Five Guys better is insane, I'm happy being cuckoo! I can't stand In-n-Out. I literally would rather eat McDonald's (and pay for it with counterfeit money) than eat In-n-Out for free.
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So what you're saying the difference is, is that you heard more hype about In N Out before having it, than you did Five Guys before having it.
And animal style rocks.
Nah, I heard so much hype and it was just ok. I heard plenty of hype before I tried Five Guys too. Five Guys was much better IMO. I'm also a sucker for fresh jalapenos, they make the 5 guys burger for me. But overall, I think the whole burger is better at 5 guys. Maybe I just got a bad one at In N Out. Will have to give it a second try next time I'm out west.
And yes, animal style is definitely a better option than plain. Plain is for suckers.
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It could be a style difference too, that's why I don't even bother comparing them.
Five Guys is a big, sloppy burger cooked (somewhat) to order with a wheelbarrow of fries dumped in a bag.
In N Out is a classic fast food style burger cooked the same way with simple fresh cut fries, and both things are very uniform every time.
Five Guys tries to bring bring a backyard picnic burger and fries to fast food, and In N Out tries to perfect the fast food burger and fries. They both do what they intend to do, and they do it well.
The price difference could alter some people's opinions, but I'm not on welfare, so a couple extra bucks for a burger isn't enough to deter me from Five Guys. What does deter me is the hassle to drive to one, so pretty much every other fast food joint wins my business more often than not over Five Guys here in Baltimore. It's not worth the extra effort.
What is this "animal style" I keep hearing about?
. . . you don't know about In N Out's "secret" menu?
I hardly know about In n out period. Don't have them.
Things have changed so much in the past few years since I've been back west, you're probably better off google'ing what they offer now.
For example, the "secret" menu has a 4x4 (four patties and four slices of cheese), and it used to allow for any combination of (number)x(number), but I don't think they do anything above a 4x4 anymore.
Some drunkards in Vegas ordered a 100x100 a while ago, that probably helped encourage them to change the "secret" menu.
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