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F-16_Fighting_Falcon
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8/21/2011 1:24:51 AM
Posted: 5 years ago
I hope I came to the right place for random posts. I really think that fresh burgers are superior to fast food burgers for many reasons:

1) They are freshly made and not frozen or thawed

2) All the juices remain in the burger

3) They are softer and taste better

4) My favorite is Farmer Boys. It is a fast food type chain in SoCal but it isn't really fast food because they make everything fresh on order.
Thoughts?
Rockylightning
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8/21/2011 1:30:21 AM
Posted: 5 years ago
I'm a vegetarian now, but what I remember about fresh compared to fast food burgers is that they were a ton better, even if they are ground up animal carcass.

Some places you should check out for good, fresh burgers: In n Out (technically fast food, but its fresh), Rudy's Can't Fail Cafe (Its in Oakland, a ways from you, but its really good.) Oh and anywhere that sells buffalo burgers. They're so delicious...ly evil.

You can find grass fed, free range beef at most farmer's markets, and trust me, there is a difference.
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8/21/2011 1:45:06 AM
Posted: 5 years ago
At 8/21/2011 1:42:38 AM, quarterexchange wrote:
On average how do fresh burgers compare to fast food burgers regarding price?

More expensive, obviously.

It costs more NOT to feed them their own turd.
It costs more NOT to keep them cramped up in feedlots
It costs more NOT to rape them with antibiotics.
It costs more NOT let them eat grass.
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8/21/2011 1:54:41 AM
Posted: 5 years ago
At 8/21/2011 1:45:06 AM, Rockylightning wrote:
At 8/21/2011 1:42:38 AM, quarterexchange wrote:
On average how do fresh burgers compare to fast food burgers regarding price?

More expensive, obviously.

It costs more NOT to feed them their own turd.
It costs more NOT to keep them cramped up in feedlots
It costs more NOT to rape them with antibiotics.
It costs more NOT let them eat grass.

That's the equalizing factor, price.

We could make the same uneven comparison between the Bugatti Veyron and a totaled Ford Freestar not taking into account cost and only allowing all of the pros of the nicer product, quality, and ignoring all of the pros of the poorer product, quantity and price.

Fast food burgers are faster to serve, cheaper to purchase, and more plentiful than fresh food burgers. Personally I choose fast food because I'm a teenager and therefore have little spending money, little time, and eat a lot.
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Rockylightning
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8/21/2011 2:00:20 AM
Posted: 5 years ago
At 8/21/2011 1:54:41 AM, quarterexchange wrote:
At 8/21/2011 1:45:06 AM, Rockylightning wrote:
At 8/21/2011 1:42:38 AM, quarterexchange wrote:
On average how do fresh burgers compare to fast food burgers regarding price?

More expensive, obviously.

It costs more NOT to feed them their own turd.
It costs more NOT to keep them cramped up in feedlots
It costs more NOT to rape them with antibiotics.
It costs more NOT let them eat grass.

That's the equalizing factor, price.

We could make the same uneven comparison between the Bugatti Veyron and a totaled Ford Freestar not taking into account cost and only allowing all of the pros of the nicer product, quality, and ignoring all of the pros of the poorer product, quantity and price.

Fast food burgers are faster to serve, cheaper to purchase, and more plentiful than fresh food burgers. Personally I choose fast food because I'm a teenager and therefore have little spending money, little time, and eat a lot.

I am also a teenager and I can assure you, that while I can buy a two pound burger for five bucks, I'd rather buy a...brb I'm hungry.
Rockylightning
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8/21/2011 2:06:52 AM
Posted: 5 years ago
Ok I just wolfed down a loaf of bread, anyways where was I.

Right. Sometimes its not about the money, or your stomach, sometimes its for the good of the world. Put your health, the environment, and ethics before your wallet.
F-16_Fighting_Falcon
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8/21/2011 2:14:47 AM
Posted: 5 years ago
At 8/21/2011 1:54:41 AM, quarterexchange wrote:
At 8/21/2011 1:45:06 AM, Rockylightning wrote:
At 8/21/2011 1:42:38 AM, quarterexchange wrote:
On average how do fresh burgers compare to fast food burgers regarding price?

More expensive, obviously.

It costs more NOT to feed them their own turd.
It costs more NOT to keep them cramped up in feedlots
It costs more NOT to rape them with antibiotics.
It costs more NOT let them eat grass.

That's the equalizing factor, price.

We could make the same uneven comparison between the Bugatti Veyron and a totaled Ford Freestar not taking into account cost and only allowing all of the pros of the nicer product, quality, and ignoring all of the pros of the poorer product, quantity and price.

Fast food burgers are faster to serve, cheaper to purchase, and more plentiful than fresh food burgers. Personally I choose fast food because I'm a teenager and therefore have little spending money, little time, and eat a lot.

Fresh burgers aren't that much more expensive if you look in right places. Famer boys has double cheeseburgers (two quarter pound patties) at $5.00. And like Rocky mentioned, In n Out is good and pretty cheap too.
quarterexchange
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8/21/2011 2:17:03 AM
Posted: 5 years ago
At 8/21/2011 2:06:52 AM, Rockylightning wrote:
Ok I just wolfed down a loaf of bread, anyways where was I.

Right. Sometimes its not about the money, or your stomach, sometimes its for the good of the world. Put your health, the environment, and ethics before your wallet.

Being fed and having money is good for your health and the environment.

Anyway I don't see why ethics matter in this issue.
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8/21/2011 2:18:55 AM
Posted: 5 years ago
At 8/21/2011 2:14:47 AM, F-16_Fighting_Falcon wrote:
Fresh burgers aren't that much more expensive if you look in right places. Famer boys has double cheeseburgers (two quarter pound patties) at $5.00. And like Rocky mentioned, In n Out is good and pretty cheap too.

I suppose it largely depends on where you live. I'd buy a double cheeseburger for 5 dollars, but there aren't any around that aren't served by fast food joints.
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8/21/2011 2:27:58 AM
Posted: 5 years ago
At 8/21/2011 1:45:06 AM, Rockylightning wrote:
At 8/21/2011 1:42:38 AM, quarterexchange wrote:
On average how do fresh burgers compare to fast food burgers regarding price?

More expensive, obviously.

It costs more NOT to feed them their own turd.
It costs more NOT to keep them cramped up in feedlots
It costs more NOT to rape them with antibiotics.
It costs more NOT let them eat grass.

The meat market up the road from my house actually has cheaper beef than the super-market. It's crazy too, because the supermarket beef is the cheap stuff filled with preservatives and such while the meat market uses the free-range beef.
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8/21/2011 5:51:43 AM
Posted: 5 years ago
At 8/21/2011 1:54:41 AM, quarterexchange wrote:
At 8/21/2011 1:45:06 AM, Rockylightning wrote:
At 8/21/2011 1:42:38 AM, quarterexchange wrote:

We could make the same uneven comparison between the Bugatti Veyron and a totaled Ford Freestar not taking into account cost and only allowing all of the pros of the nicer product, quality, and ignoring all of the pros of the poorer product, quantity and price.

Hey, I can only dream of being able to afford a totalled Ford Freestar...
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8/21/2011 11:29:58 AM
Posted: 5 years ago
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8/21/2011 11:33:05 AM
Posted: 5 years ago
At 8/21/2011 2:17:03 AM, quarterexchange wrote:
At 8/21/2011 2:06:52 AM, Rockylightning wrote:
Ok I just wolfed down a loaf of bread, anyways where was I.

Right. Sometimes its not about the money, or your stomach, sometimes its for the good of the world. Put your health, the environment, and ethics before your wallet.

Being fed and having money is good for your health and the environment.

Anyway I don't see why ethics matter in this issue.

The inhumane treatment of animals in feedlots and slaughterhouses.
Rockylightning
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8/21/2011 11:33:33 AM
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At 8/21/2011 2:27:58 AM, Hello-Orange wrote:
At 8/21/2011 1:45:06 AM, Rockylightning wrote:
At 8/21/2011 1:42:38 AM, quarterexchange wrote:
On average how do fresh burgers compare to fast food burgers regarding price?

More expensive, obviously.

It costs more NOT to feed them their own turd.
It costs more NOT to keep them cramped up in feedlots
It costs more NOT to rape them with antibiotics.
It costs more NOT let them eat grass.

The meat market up the road from my house actually has cheaper beef than the super-market. It's crazy too, because the supermarket beef is the cheap stuff filled with preservatives and such while the meat market uses the free-range beef.

O.O wut.
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8/21/2011 11:38:23 AM
Posted: 5 years ago
I agree. My favorite place for a nice fresh burger is Culver's (a midwestern fast food chain). Again, as you said, its TECHNICALLY fast food, but it uses fresh, local, never frozen beef--and it's DELICIOUS.
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8/21/2011 2:54:33 PM
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At 8/21/2011 11:33:05 AM, Rockylightning wrote:

The inhumane treatment of animals in feedlots and slaughterhouses.

Animals in feedlots and slaughterhouses are inhuman.
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8/21/2011 5:30:35 PM
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At 8/21/2011 2:54:33 PM, quarterexchange wrote:
At 8/21/2011 11:33:05 AM, Rockylightning wrote:

The inhumane treatment of animals in feedlots and slaughterhouses.

Animals in feedlots and slaughterhouses are inhuman.

He said humane, not human.

Humane: (adjective) possessed of a heart bleeding over idiocy.
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8/21/2011 9:46:16 PM
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At 8/21/2011 5:30:35 PM, Ragnar_Rahl wrote:
At 8/21/2011 2:54:33 PM, quarterexchange wrote:
At 8/21/2011 11:33:05 AM, Rockylightning wrote:

The inhumane treatment of animals in feedlots and slaughterhouses.

Animals in feedlots and slaughterhouses are inhuman.

He said humane, not human.

Humane: (adjective) possessed of a heart bleeding over idiocy.

Exkeeyouse me Mr. I-never-make-typos.
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8/21/2011 9:51:13 PM
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mfw you didn't c wut I did thar

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