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The "$3.95 Six Dollar Hamburger"...

2chez mike Jul 15, 2001 01:49 AM

...anyone tried it yet?

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    ironmom Jul 15, 2001 07:30 AM


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    1. re: ironmom
      2chez mike Jul 15, 2001 03:12 PM

      It's the new TV ad campaign for(i think)Carl's Jr. Sounds pretty gross.

      1. re: 2chez mike
        e.d. Jul 15, 2001 04:55 PM

        They're selling it as a restaurant quality burger for people who don't want to deal with the hassles of restaurants--you know, all those annoyances like other people, waiters and waitresses, and tips. On TV the burgers look good. But all that corporate food looks good on TV.

        1. re: e.d.
          2chez mike Jul 16, 2001 12:02 AM

          This could be a good concept.

          1. re: 2chez mike
            2chez mike Jul 16, 2001 12:13 AM

            LA has definitely forgotten how to make a great burger. It doesn't surprise me that a major fast food chain is now exploiting the market.

            1. re: 2chez mike
              More of Everything Jul 18, 2001 08:02 PM

              I'm so ashamed to be the first to admit that I actually had it. It was a larger than an average burger, 1/2 lb.?. It comes with onions, tomatoe, and lettuce. The burger was overdone and dry. Definetly not worth having again. Carl's Jr. should use some of that money from their advertising campaigns and put it into making better chow. Of course, isn't all fast food more about quantity than quality? That must be why Taco Bell survives.

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