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    coming to Draper Heights or somewhere near the Point of the Mountain.

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    old news
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      I see no reason to drive to Draper for In-N-Out when I live within walking distance of Del Taco.
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      • #4
        Originally posted by il Padrino Ute View Post
        I see no reason to drive to Draper for In-N-Out when I live within walking distance of Del Taco.
        You can get an animal style double double at Del Taco?
        If we disagree on something, it's because you're wrong.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by il Padrino Ute View Post
          I see no reason to drive to Draper for In-N-Out when I live within walking distance of Del Taco.
          Personally i don't care for their hamburgers. I'll take 5 Guys hamburgers.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Hallelujah View Post
            coming to Draper Heights or somewhere near the Point of the Mountain.
            Score one for the republicans!

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Coach McGuirk View Post
              Score one for the republicans!
              I hope someone guards their parking lot with a concealed weapon.
              Get confident, stupid
              -landpoke

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              • #8
                Originally posted by il Padrino Ute View Post
                I see no reason to drive to Draper for In-N-Out when I live within walking distance of Del Taco.
                A fellow foodie who loves Del Taco. We're kindred spirits.

                Mock on, DDD, MG, et al, but I have a huge weakness for Del Taco.
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                • #9
                  These days, I'm actually partial to a 2-Monster Taco combo from Jack in the Box, substituting mozzarella cheese sticks (with lots of marinara sauce) for fries, and a Coke.
                  If we disagree on something, it's because you're wrong.

                  "Somebody needs to kill my trial attorney." — Last words of George Harris, executed in Missouri on Sept. 13, 2000.

                  "Nothing is too good to be true, nothing is too good to last, nothing is too wonderful to happen." - Florence Scoville Shinn

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by ERCougar View Post
                    A fellow foodie who loves Del Taco. We're kindred spirits.

                    Mock on, DDD, MG, et al, but I have a huge weakness for Del Taco.
                    I have been guilty of knocking back a packet or two of El Scorcho sauce...post-beach or something like that.

                    Interesting that both Del and Taco Bell are based here in OC (Lake Forest and Irvine, respectively). As is I/O (Irvine). We are eating too much fast food here in OC!
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                    • #11
                      This is good news for Draper. I'm sure all of the lemmings who live there will enjoy forcing themselves to eat crappy food just for the sake of following the fad and wanting to be like California.
                      Not that, sickos.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by thesaint258 View Post
                        This is good news for Draper. I'm sure all of the lemmings who live there will enjoy forcing themselves to eat crappy food just for the sake of following the fad and wanting to be like California.
                        It's no fad. It's an addiction. I think they put crack in their burgers.

                        You know what you're really missing out on in Utah? Wahoo's.
                        If we disagree on something, it's because you're wrong.

                        "Somebody needs to kill my trial attorney." — Last words of George Harris, executed in Missouri on Sept. 13, 2000.

                        "Nothing is too good to be true, nothing is too good to last, nothing is too wonderful to happen." - Florence Scoville Shinn

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by SoCalCoug View Post
                          It's no fad. It's an addiction. I think they put crack in their burgers.

                          You know what you're really missing out on in Utah? Wahoo's.
                          I just had a bonzai burrito yesterday. with nachos. yum.

                          Wahoo's for me is the ultimate "leaving the beach, let's grab lunch" spot.
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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by TripletDaddy View Post
                            I just had a bonzai burrito yesterday. with nachos. yum.

                            Wahoo's for me is the ultimate "leaving the beach, let's grab lunch" spot.
                            For my wife and me, it's Friday night fine dining.
                            If we disagree on something, it's because you're wrong.

                            "Somebody needs to kill my trial attorney." — Last words of George Harris, executed in Missouri on Sept. 13, 2000.

                            "Nothing is too good to be true, nothing is too good to last, nothing is too wonderful to happen." - Florence Scoville Shinn

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by SoCalCoug View Post
                              You know what you're really missing out on in Utah? Wahoo's.
                              I'll give them a try when I'm in California later this month.
                              Not that, sickos.

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