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06-23-2014, 08:10 AM
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You people do realize that it's Sheetz, right? Either way, both make good stuff. Sheetz is usually dirty as all hell though. Some of them are on 7-11 levels.

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06-23-2014, 08:12 AM
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You people do realize that it's Sheetz, right? Either way, both make good stuff. Sheetz is usually dirty as all hell though. Some of them are on 7-11 levels.
Yea alot of the sheetz i have been in have been nastyyyy. Also I prefer Wawa sandwiches easily over Sheetz.

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06-23-2014, 08:18 AM
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Wawa isn't even in the same stadium as Sheets.

Sheets has an open taco bar, all different kinds of food, Non-Wawa brand drinks (suppose I want a Starbucks cold coffee), beer, flat panel televisions, and an eating area. They have... options. Options. Imagine that. I feel like I'm in Soviet Russia while there. I stand in the bread line waiting for my bread sandwich. Every article of food is the People's Republic of WaWa brand. All the workers move like they're working for the government. All food is meted out according to the scales and measures decided by the great and glorious leader Kim Jung Wa.

Wawa used to be good. Now they measure out the meet with a quantum scale to make sure you didn't get one molecule too much. The "bread" sandwiches are okay, but they're 95% bread and it isn't even good bread. Some corporate money-man must have gotten to them and to save a few pennies the quality fell off a cliff. In the 90s, Wawa made actual sandwiches. Now it's 2 dollars more for meat they used to give you for free. If the shorties get any smaller they'll be called bites. 6 inch? Nah, like 3.5. My coworkers and I had a big laugh measuring this out the other day.
Sheetz is better one one way; if you want hepatitis with your order.

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06-23-2014, 08:34 AM
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How did this turn into a Wawa vs Sheetz thread?

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06-23-2014, 08:40 AM
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We have an official WaWa vs Sheetz thread I believe lol.

WaWa sandwiches have taken a turn for the horrible. Last time I got one it had 1 piece of cheese, 2 1/2 slices of turkey, and 4 leaves of spinach. I seriously counted because when I took the thing out of the paper I was in disbelief. I've heard others with similar stories recently as well.

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06-23-2014, 08:42 AM
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We have an official WaWa vs Sheetz thread I believe lol.

WaWa sandwiches have taken a turn for the horrible. Last time I got one it had 1 piece of cheese, 2 1/2 slices of turkey, and 4 leaves of spinach. I seriously counted because when I took the thing out of the paper I was in disbelief. I've heard others with similar stories recently as well.
Atleast you didn't get a dirty dish towel on 2 pieces of moldy wonder bread. The sheetz special.

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I've never even heard of Sheetz before now.

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06-23-2014, 08:45 AM
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Someone needs to add a Sheetz vs Wawa poll to the Schenn thread just for ***** and gigs.

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I've never even heard of Sheetz before now.
It's basically just a bigger version of Wawa.

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06-23-2014, 08:46 AM
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Atleast you didn't get a dirty dish towel on 2 pieces of moldy wonder bread. The sheetz special.
You seem to really hate Sheetz.

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06-23-2014, 08:53 AM
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Yea alot of the sheetz i have been in have been nastyyyy. Also I prefer Wawa sandwiches easily over Sheetz.
Yeah, I lived in Roanoke for a year for work and theirs was putrid. My boss loved the place though, and since were both in the same SUV and we worked 6 pm to 6 am, you can bet I had to eat Scheetz a lot. Behind the counter at Scheetz is a pretty disgusting place.

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06-23-2014, 08:56 AM
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Yea alot of the sheetz i have been in have been nastyyyy. Also I prefer Wawa sandwiches easily over Sheetz.
Sheetz is ten times better! and I have never seen a "nasty sheetz" all the ones I have been to in central PA are the cleanest places I have been. Now Wawa on the other hand have always been a rundown & creepy places to get greasy food!

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Atleast you didn't get a dirty dish towel on 2 pieces of moldy wonder bread. The sheetz special.
I've only been to a handful of Sheetz, but they were all Wawa level clean. Does anyone know why 7-11 is so different than Wawa though? Some of them are like a third world country. You go in for a slurpee and come out with TB.

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Sheetz is better!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Here Sheetz vs. Wawa
http://hfboards.hockeysfuture.com/sh...1#post86805131

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06-23-2014, 09:02 AM
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You seem to really hate Sheetz.
It's just not even on Wawas level and it's really not a matter of subjectivity. My best friend lived in Pittsburgh for a few years and I was out that way quite a bit and, unfortunately, have has the displeasure of entering a number of Sheetz facilities... And he hates sheetz even more than I do.

Sheetz is Matt Cooke, Wawa is Brett Hull.

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I've only been to a handful of Sheetz, but they were all Wawa level clean.
Same. If they're dirty behind it, that's a manager's fault. Every Sheetz I've been to was sparkling. They actually made the Fat Sandwiches I used to get from the Grease Trucks at Rutgers.

They made a moz sticks, fries, and chicken finger burger. It was good.

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06-23-2014, 09:09 AM
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I've only been to a handful of Sheetz, but they were all Wawa level clean. Does anyone know why 7-11 is so different than Wawa though? Some of them are like a third world country. You go in for a slurpee and come out with TB.
7-11 is either brand new and clean or a dirty, run-down **** hole for the most part. Their food isn't close to Wawa or Scheetz though. It's pretty much gas station hot dogs and other roller food that makes you crap yourself within the hour of consumption.

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06-23-2014, 09:16 AM
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7-11 is either brand new and clean or a dirty, run-down **** hole for the most part. Their food isn't close to Wawa or Scheetz though. It's pretty much gas station hot dogs and other roller food that makes you crap yourself within the hour of consumption.
Yea I've only been to 7-11's that are dirty run down **** holes lol. I've never gotten any food, just slurpees and lottery tickets. The weirdest thing for me is the difference in the people that you see when you go to 7-11 vs Wawa.

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08-22-2014, 11:20 AM
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Bill's take on B Schenn for those who haven't seen it.

Yeah the Schenn brothers are at a critical point in their careers.....they both need to show consistency beyond the consistency of being inconsistent...

http://www.hockeybuzz.com/blog/Bill-...-Hits/45/61916

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I think B schenn takes the next step this year and turns into a 55 point 2 way forward


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I think B schenn takes the next step this year and turns into a 55 point 2 way defenseman
....what?


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That would be awesome

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I vaguely recall a handful of energetic posters who desperately wanted to convert Couturier to defense a few years back. Is this that again?

Streit-Coburn
MDZ - MacDonald
Schenn-Schenn
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I vaguely recall a handful of energetic posters who desperately wanted to convert Couturier to defense a few years back. Is this that again?

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Schenn-Schenn
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woops he'll form a pairing with luke. offensive dman and defensiveman. see it works

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I think B schenn takes the next step this year and turns into a 55 point 2 way forward
Given 1st line / 1st PP time, I could see B. Schenn breaking 50 points, but I can't honestly imagine him ever being anything more than an adequate / average defensive player.

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