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In the post below, Joe warned of the shock-inducing lines to come on the End of Days In-N-Out Opening Day. He said don't be alarmed.

Good advice. Writers Alice Laussade and Patrick Michels are at the Frisco location's Grand Opening right now, and have forwarded along this photo. They'll be along soon with more from the meat-extravaganza, but in the meantime -- anyone familiar with chaos theory?

Update 7:19 p.m.: after the jump, a video by YouTube user kylecorley documenting how long the line was at In-N-Out in Allen that's making the rounds...sweet fancy moses.

Follow @cityofate for live updates.

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