Texas Couple Visiting all 722 Whatabu...

Texas Couple Visiting all 722 Whataburgers

There are 6 comments on the NBC Dallas story from Jul 21, 2011, titled Texas Couple Visiting all 722 Whataburgers. In it, NBC Dallas reports that:

A Rockport couple share a passion that drove them to 225 Whataburger locations and will lead them to 497 more.

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“Happeeeeeee 2016!!!!!!!”

Since: Dec 06

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#1 Jul 21, 2011
Their food sucks. Nothing will ever beat "Five Guys." Does anyone else have a favorite hamburger joint?

“Conspiracy Unleashed”

Since: Mar 08

"The Universe"

#2 Jul 21, 2011
My favorite hamburger joint is my kitchen. I can cook the greatest homemade HOUSE BURGERS Big & thick pure ground beef/ fresh onions yellow and purple onions for the flavor aroma fresh garden lettuce fresh garden tomatoes (I live in Mississippis-small garden in back yard)Vlasic Dill pickles only crunch*/ French yellow mustard/cook on med heat. well done

Monroe, LA

#3 Jul 28, 2011

“ain't she sweet?”

Since: Nov 10

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#4 Jul 28, 2011
Is that like the guy Morgan Spurlock who did the "Supersize Me" documentary on McDonald's and after 30 days on the McD's diet the guy was diagnosed with borderline diabetes, high cholesterol, high blood pressure and gained I can't remember how much weight. Some people are just plain NUTS!

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Super Size Me

Main article: Super Size Me

Spurlock at the 2008 Sundance Film Festival
Spurlock's docudrama Super Size Me was released in the U.S. on May 7, 2004. This production was later nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary feature. He conceived the idea for the film when he was at his parents' house for Thanksgiving, and while watching TV saw a news story about a lawsuit brought against McDonald's by two teenage girls who blamed the fast food chain for their obesity. The film depicts an experiment he conducted in 2003, in which he ate three McDonald's meals a day every day (and nothing else) for 30 days, mandatory that he take the "super-size" option whenever it was offered and never take it when not offered, the end result he claims was a diet with twice the calories recommended by the USDA. Further, Spurlock attempted to curtail his physical activity to better match the exercise habits of the average American (he previously walked about 3 miles a day; whereas, the average American walks 1.5 miles).

He was of average health and fitness when he started the project; he gained 25 pounds (11 kg), suffered liver dysfunction and depression by the end. Spurlock's supervising physicians noted the effects caused by his high-fat diet—one even comparing it to a case of severe binge alcoholism.

After the completion of the project, it took Spurlock fourteen months to return to his normal weight of 185 pounds (84 kg). His then-girlfriend (now wife), Alexandra Jamieson, took charge of his recovery with her "detox diet," which became the basis for her book The Great American Detox Diet.[2]


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#5 Jul 28, 2011
well. Today I'm on this forum to gain a point.

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#6 Jul 28, 2011
I sure hope they packed the Imodium AD...

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