Report: In-N-Out Burger Burger to ope...

Report: In-N-Out Burger Burger to open on west side of El Paso (3:3...

There are 51 comments on the Las Cruces Sun-News story from Oct 4, 2010, titled Report: In-N-Out Burger Burger to open on west side of El Paso (3:3.... In it, Las Cruces Sun-News reports that:

California-based hamburger restaurant In-N-Out Burger plans to open a location on Remcon Circle in West El Paso, El Paso Inc.

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mmm

Santa Fe, NM

#24 Oct 4, 2010
mmm 5 guys is delish!!
Coyote

Albuquerque, NM

#26 Oct 5, 2010
It is hard to beat Days'(Downtown Las Cruces) double green chile cheese burgers---cooked fresh, but it is worth the little wait!
Anonymous

El Paso, TX

#27 Oct 5, 2010
There better than Whataburger.
actually

United States

#28 Oct 5, 2010
of course wrote:
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it's not just las crucens. it was just as crazy in phoenix when in n out first opened (native phoenician here). tucson, as well. now go back from whence ye came.
actually snowy, why don't you? whatsa matter lose your a55 in the RE mkt?
what we want

United States

#30 Oct 5, 2010
we want a Chicos Tacos in Las Cruces. the heck with Hambuger joints we have enough of them.

Since: Jan 09

Las Cruces, NM

#32 Oct 5, 2010
It's an incredible cultural indictment against Las Cruces and New Mexico in general when the opening of a fast food chain is announced. If a performing arts theater or an independent book store were to announce an opening, it would be met with crickets on this board.

The culture is doomed when its identity and passions are most sparked by fast food.
Julia Sanders

United States

#33 Oct 5, 2010
of course wrote:
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1) didn't lose my a$$ in the real estate market--got out before the bubble burst.
2) snowy? i'm more of a local than you, pendejo. family here and in az.
3) came to cruces because of the slower pace for kids and cush job.
4) did i mention you were a pendejo? mhmm...
Oh, I bet you are all wise and can predict the next big stock and land issues.(Yeah, and don't forget to flush after your latest big mental movement.)
Actually, I can see your apartment from my backyard. And the "cush" job? Do you have to wear the apron all the time? Or do you get to leave early from WSMR?
You read like you're really insecure about race. I bet you have "lift" issues as well.
I think you're a carpetbagger and your non-incarcetated relatives live on the East Mesa.
Come and see me in Picacho Hills and let me briefly show you my guns, chicharrĂ³n,
unknown

Santa Fe, NM

#34 Oct 5, 2010
Naws wrote:
It's an incredible cultural indictment against Las Cruces and New Mexico in general when the opening of a fast food chain is announced. If a performing arts theater or an independent book store were to announce an opening, it would be met with crickets on this board.
The culture is doomed when its identity and passions are most sparked by fast food.
MOVE,LEAVE!!!!
Why is this so hard for you to understand?
Geeez

Las Cruces, NM

#35 Oct 5, 2010
Amazing how news of a new burger joint can bring out the worst trash talkers and haters. Especially that OHMY thing that made a perverted comment. Just shows how disgusting this world has gotten when people come out with filth and trash just because they can say it and get away with it. All this cause of news of a new burger joint. Geeez
Pet Peeved

United States

#36 Oct 5, 2010
justsoyaknow wrote:
um, hi Sun News people: we live in NEW MEXICO. I'm not sure if you realize that. Its just fabulous that there is yet another fast food restaurant opening up and only 40 miles away...but I really don't think most folks are up for a 40+mile drive for a D4mn burger. do you?
You obviously have not had a craving for something. You must be one of those skinny people who smokes and drinks coffee all day and has no taste buds left.

As usual, don't make choices for me. If you don't want to go....don't go. But, if I want to go, that is my choice.

Donkey.
LCNM

Albuquerque, NM

#37 Oct 5, 2010
KFOX is reporting that In-N-Out isn't coming to El Paso....
In The Know

Las Cruces, NM

#38 Oct 5, 2010
justsoyaknow wrote:
um, hi Sun News people: we live in NEW MEXICO. I'm not sure if you realize that. Its just fabulous that there is yet another fast food restaurant opening up and only 40 miles away...but I really don't think most folks are up for a 40+mile drive for a D4mn burger. do you?
Yeah right. You have no idea the power of a IN-N-OUT craving. My dad and I flew from El Paso to Ontario, California just to have lunch at IN-N-OUT and then flew back. This was before Phoenix and Tucson had them. It was well worth the quality time with my dad and the money we spent to get there. 40 miles is a nothing drive to get the best hamburgers ever made.
Las Cruces peep

Northbrook, IL

#39 Oct 5, 2010
BURGER NOOK in Las Cruces has the BEST burgers hands down!!!!!!!
of course

Denver, CO

#40 Oct 5, 2010
Julia Sanders wrote:
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Oh, I bet you are all wise and can predict the next big stock and land issues.(Yeah, and don't forget to flush after your latest big mental movement.)
Actually, I can see your apartment from my backyard. And the "cush" job? Do you have to wear the apron all the time? Or do you get to leave early from WSMR?
You read like you're really insecure about race. I bet you have "lift" issues as well.
I think you're a carpetbagger and your non-incarcetated relatives live on the East Mesa.
Come and see me in Picacho Hills and let me briefly show you my guns, chicharrĂ³n,
No, actually I was lucky to leave before the market took a dump, Ms. Sanders. Thankfully, my college education was in the sciences, rather than something so superficial and unsatisfying as business or accounting.

If you're a Crucen, I may very well know your family. Picacho Hills? Are you kidding me? You want to flaunt your "wealth," yet you live in a poor imitation of the Catalina Foothills? Sorry, not impressed. While I don't live lavishly, my $110K/year salary is comfy enough--especially considering that I can respond to your b.s. at 9:50AM.

Insofar as my usage of the term "pendejo" goes, I hope that you one day are capable of discerning between sarcasm and truth. I was told to leave Las Cruces by a previous poster; however, he/she had no clue as to what my ties to this town were. Hence my usage of a local term used by even the whitest of people (myself included).

Guns, really? You're going to take it to that asinine a level? It seems to me that you are the one with family in jail, sweetness. I won't reciprocate a response on your brutish level. Just know that I am a staunch supporter of the Second Amendment, so congrats on being able to protect yourself (assuming that you are able to distinguish between a threat to you and yours and you threatening someone who hasn't even physically provoked you).

Have fun responding, as I'm done with you. G'day!
Old timer

Las Cruces, NM

#41 Oct 5, 2010
When the race war comes to the southwest there will be plenty of room for the burger joints to expand where the mexican eateries once stood. Soon Americans will be able to eat real American food again and be able to enjoy it.
justoyaknow

United States

#42 Oct 5, 2010
of course wrote:
<quoted text>
No, actually I was lucky to leave before the market took a dump, Ms. Sanders. Thankfully, my college education was in the sciences, rather than something so superficial and unsatisfying as business or accounting.
If you're a Crucen, I may very well know your family. Picacho Hills? Are you kidding me? You want to flaunt your "wealth," yet you live in a poor imitation of the Catalina Foothills? Sorry, not impressed. While I don't live lavishly, my $110K/year salary is comfy enough--especially considering that I can respond to your b.s. at 9:50AM.
Insofar as my usage of the term "pendejo" goes, I hope that you one day are capable of discerning between sarcasm and truth. I was told to leave Las Cruces by a previous poster; however, he/she had no clue as to what my ties to this town were. Hence my usage of a local term used by even the whitest of people (myself included).
Guns, really? You're going to take it to that asinine a level? It seems to me that you are the one with family in jail, sweetness. I won't reciprocate a response on your brutish level. Just know that I am a staunch supporter of the Second Amendment, so congrats on being able to protect yourself (assuming that you are able to distinguish between a threat to you and yours and you threatening someone who hasn't even physically provoked you).
Have fun responding, as I'm done with you. G'day!
Did you realize you were a treat before you left Las Cruces initially? You seem really defensive about money - mentioning salary and all.
I think you got roasted and toasted and you're little feelings got hurt, whitey.
And you don't read like you're much of a man. So, that leaves, being a treat.
One of the things we learn early on: There are people with more, and we just accept that.
You should ask some of your treatmasters those rules, eh?
Arthur Dixon

United States

#43 Oct 5, 2010
In The Know wrote:
<quoted text>
Yeah right. You have no idea the power of a IN-N-OUT craving. My dad and I flew from El Paso to Ontario, California just to have lunch at IN-N-OUT and then flew back. This was before Phoenix and Tucson had them. It was well worth the quality time with my dad and the money we spent to get there. 40 miles is a nothing drive to get the best hamburgers ever made.
Hopefully, you've got Dad's ashes on the mantle next to the IN-N-OUT wrappers and the cup his loving lips drank from.
Maybe you can write Walt Disney and see if they could make a childen's movie about your glorious memories and quality time!
proxy much

Denver, CO

#45 Oct 5, 2010
justsoyaknow, Arthur Dixon and OhMy:

at least you know how to use a proxy server, but changing your nick and posting 3 messages in a row doesn't hide the pattern very well.
JNNM

Las Cruces, NM

#46 Oct 5, 2010
yingyang wrote:
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I'm with you on this...don't know what the hype is about. Lived in CA for years, and you couldn't pay me enough to wait in line for a cheap burger or cheeseburger and fries? Whataburger is much better IMO.
Totally agree and never had an in and out burger, but know Whatabirger is hard to compete against for a fast food burger. And my initial thought? Just what is needed, another fast food burger joint. Sonic sucks too!
5 guys

United States

#47 Oct 5, 2010
Living in California and having 5 guys and in-n-out around the corner I prefer 5 guys in-n-out is over rated burgers are average. 5 guys best burger you'll ever eat!!!

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