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    By Inside Edition Staff A Kentucky Chick-Fil-A has broken their drive-thru record by serving an astounding 178 cars in just an hour. While the employees at the Louisville restaurant didn't bend the rules of space and time, they did manage to serve what breaks down to about three cars per minute. That's a lot of chicken sandwiches. "We broke our Drive-Thru record today! 178 cars in one hour!" the restaurant proudly posted to Facebook. "Thank you to every guest who came through toda... 
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  • McDonald's Gives Texas Students $50,000 for Hanging Poster of Themselves in Restaurant

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    By Inside Edition Staff The Texas students who made national headlines for hanging a counterfeit poster in a McDonald's (starring themselves) are now $50,000 richer thanks to the prank.  Jevh Maravilla and Christian Toledo recently appeared on Ellen after their gag went viral and the eponymous host surprised them with two jumbo checks for $25,000 each, courtesy of the burger chain. “McDonald’s loves customers like you. They are committed to diversity and want to represent all their... 
    The Texas students who made national headlines for hanging a counterfeit poster in a McDonald's (starring themselves) are now $50,000 richer thanks to the prank.  
  • Tennessee Boy, 10, Delivers Donuts to Police Officers Across America to Say Thanks

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    By Inside Edition Staff A little boy in Tennessee is serving up donuts for the men and women who serve. Tyler Carach may be just 10 years old, but he’s already given himself the admirable mission of delivering the sweet treats to police officers across America. “It’s like, alright sweetie bring it down to a level 5, we don't need to be at a 17,” said his mom, Sheena Carach, who is a former cop. “You know he just loves it.” Tyler says he started his mission as a way to thank office... 
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