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Types of Burgers
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How You Want it Cooked
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Burgertime: This 1982 video game classic features a frenzied Peter Pepper being chased by Mr. Hot Dog, Mr. Pickle and Mr. Egg as he runs over toppings to make burgers.
Ronald McDonald: First appearing in commercials in 1963 (played by now famous weatherman Willard Scott), Ronald, just like the burgers he hawks, has more than one story of origin. Both Scott and a man named George Voorhis claim to have invented the icon.
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