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July 16, 2016

IN THAT CASE, SIR, WOULD YOU LIKE FRIES AS WELL?

Man says God gave him authority to buy burger with a watch

Guess the state.

(Thanks to Jeff Meyerson)

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It is in the Bible, in the Letter to Fallopians.

You can call me Jesus, or you can call me Christopher.

Burger King of kings

*grabs extra ice for hand basket - gonna be HOT wherEver we're going*

I'm old enough to remember when you could get an entire meal and change back for your watch.

John Cameron Swayze finally meets the meat.

(This video is great, the watch sounds radioactive.)

The forty-day/forty-night alarm feature is pretty nifty, actually.

He got very upset when the cashier failed to give him the burger or the two rings he was expecting as change.

Not related;
Way back in the dark ages, when the Baltimore Harbor Tunnel opened, the toll collectors would take your watch, name and address if you didn't have the twenty-five cents for the toll. Later you could go to the toll office with ID and get your watch back, after pay the toll of course! Simpler times.

*picks up ImNotDave with geezer bus*

The watch wasn't much, it only told the correct time twice a day.

Would he prefer to be known as Chris The King ?

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