I'm almost 1/6th of the way through, and you know what? It's actually kinda good - perfect stuff to just have on in the background.
The cones and signs, starting from the access road on 75, directing traffic/cars more or less sealed the deal that, as I expected, I was kinda over In-N-Out the first time I tried it in San Francisco. My order was taken from my car in the drive-thru lane, I sat in line for maybe 10 minutes, got my hamburger and root beer, and ate/drank when I got home.
It's not a bad burger per se, but, it's definitely not anything I couldn't go the rest of my life with not having ever again. How's that for a triple, quadruple even, negative?
For now, we're starting with NES games, playing 20 minutes of each one in chronological order of their release date.
This is our first take on it. Not a total train wreck, at least! Hopefully...
Do yourself a favor and stay for the whole thing.
Expensive yes, but, I bet it's worth it!
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