In-N-Out Burger - Home of the best burger joint on the planet. For those who have never had the pleasure of biting into an In-N-Out Burger, I truly feel for you, and I advise you to go to California, not for glitz and glamour that Hollywood provides, but solely for the burgers, fries, and milkshakes. In-N-Out first opened shop in 1948 and what separated In-N-Out from every other burger joint in California at that time? A drive-thru. That may sound unbelievable as the great majority of us enjoy the unhealthy deliciousness of fast food and are guilty of choosing the drive thru to save time. But that was In-N-Out’s niche. Not only was the drive through fast, it also eliminated the mess that customers would bring when they would sit down in a restaurant. Speed and effectiveness were obtained through this idea of a drive thru. The metaphorical drive-thru is pretty much what the Bobcats experienced in this years playoffs; the speed and effectiveness of the Miami Heat. Oh yeah, and the Heat didn't leave a mess either, they pulled out their brooms and swept the Bobcats out of the NBA "restaurant".
The end of the "Charlotte Bobcats" is finally here! Well, they officially changed their name back to the Charlotte Hornets since we all care so much. But maybe we should. In the final season as the Bobcats, the Michael Jordan owned franchise did a few things that surprised a people. For starters they made the playoffs, the only unfortunate part was they made the seventh seed, and for the first time in team history, they probably wish they had lost a few more games. Yes, lose more in the regular season so that they could have avoided the Heat in the first round. However, if you would have told the few Bobcat fans in the world to lose more a few years ago they would have looked at you like you were crazy. The Bobcats have a come a very long way since that 7 win season just two years ago; But how did they get here?
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