Our Right to Buy Tacos

Gustavo "¡Ask a Mexican!" Arellano has a fun piece in the OC Weekly about the taco-truck entrepreneurs of Orange County, California. There's a lot in there about their regulatory struggles, and a fair amount about private coercion as well, but also some straight business reporting about the ways the lonchera industry has evolved with the times.

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  • Jeff P||

    You know, the Taco Bell dog just died. They couldn't wait a week to cast aspersions on the industry?

  • ||

    Are the tacos organic?

  • ellipsis||

    I wish I could believe there is a right to buy tacos, but alas, prostitution is illegal in most places.

  • ||

    Now we are talking some real food!!!

  • ||

    Where is lonewacko on this subject? I am sure he is very angry about the illegals demanding to sell tacos.

  • Mike Laursen||

    You know, the Taco Bell dog just died. They couldn't wait a week to cast aspersions on the industry?

    The article was about Mexican food. What the heck does Taco Bell have to do with Mexican food?

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