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    Dear Bob, here are some photos of my life here on the campus of Concordia Seminary. I love kids, working with the grounds crew, swimming, playing with my dog friends, and especially my own family people.
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    November 30, 2012


    Sharon Philp

    Having grown up in California (yet had my first In-Out-Burger well after I was 20), I have to say that I prefer Steak N Shake's burger.


    We always thought Steak n Shake were the best, even bring a bagful back to California after visiting St. Louis. Then In-n-Out expanded to San Diego. For me, hands down the best fast food burger. Even beats Five Guys down the road.
    Newest upscale burger here is Slater's 50/50. Their signature patty is half beef, half ground bacon. The patty was a bit salty with the bacon, at least to me it was. Basic burger with any toppings is $9.95.

    Diane Meyer

    I have yet to try and In N Out burger, but wish I could. Don't care that much for Five Guys because they make me feel so full and bloated after even the smaller size.

    Clayton just got a gourmet burger place, Five Star Burgers and Shakes although the shakes take a back seat to the bar drinks.

    Diane Meyer

    For St Louis people, here's the link to the Five Star burger site.



    Seamus Mcdaniel's in St. Louis best burger.

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