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1 minute ago, Quiscalus quiscula said:

Anyway, I didn't know there were so many Southerners on here! I think you outnumber us from further north.

There's quite a few of us here, even though we may be scattered out all over the country now. Born in the South, always a Southerner!!

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4 minutes ago, Liam said:

Here's some more important maps !!

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They're opening a second Bucee's on I-75 way north of Atlanta, so it will be on our way to Missouri for our annual treks. I'm so excited.

Now we just need some Whataburgers.

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They're also opening a Buc-ee's on I-95 north of Florence, SC.  Having been to one on I-10 west of Houston several years ago, I'm ambivalent.  It reminded me of an oversized Stuckey's.

Now that I think about it, I'm not a big Whataburger fan either, although that's been 30+ years.

Now HERE's an important map:

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4 minutes ago, Quiscalus quiscula said:

Why are hamburgers called hamburgers if they don't have ham in it?? Which is exactly why I've never eaten a hamburger before.

 

We drive on Parkways and park on Driveways, I hope that doesn't stop you from ever driving a car. 😜

 

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17 minutes ago, lonestranger said:

We drive on Parkways and park on Driveways, I hope that doesn't stop you from ever driving a car. 😜

George Carlin.

23 minutes ago, Quiscalus quiscula said:

Another question: Why are hamburgers called hamburgers if they don't have ham in it??

Supposedly the name comes from some unspecified connection to Hamburg, Germany.  The exact connection varies depending on the source, but all are probably incorrect / false / mythical.

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3 minutes ago, Charlie Spencer said:

Supposedly the name comes from some unspecified connection to Hamburg, Germany.  The exact connection varies depending on the source, but all are probably incorrect / false / mythical.

Which means people from Hamburg are called Hamburgers, just so Americans can laugh about it. But more accurately funny is that people from Berlin are called Berliners (Berliner Pfannkuchen, which my father fantasizes about because he can't get it here).

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1 hour ago, meghann said:

They're opening a second Bucee's on I-75 way north of Atlanta, so it will be on our way to Missouri for our annual treks. I'm so excited.

Now we just need some Whataburgers.

My understanding is it's already open!

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