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Taco trucks are the hot thing these days, and twitter is partially to blame.
This screams "Our business is legit!". Is it owned by Mexicans?
How is this an "event"? I just don't get it. People are meeting up to carpool and check out dfferent taco trucks? What's the point? Discussing the merits and demerits of each truck's tacos? What a weird @ss 'event'. Nerds...
That's right, David; all of us Mexicans deal drugs and slip them into food that we serve to you gabachos. I myself have been responsible for lowering the property values of my white neighbors, what with parking my trucks on my treelawn and housing a couple dozen "relatives" in my place.
Anyway, the taco truck thing has been around forever in Texas. It's only been recently that the hipsters have "discovered" them.
Taco Trucks? Why don't we have these in Cleveland?
Quote from: David on April 14, 2009, 04:54:36 PMHow is this an "event"? I just don't get it. People are meeting up to carpool and check out dfferent taco trucks? What's the point? Discussing the merits and demerits of each truck's tacos? What a weird @ss 'event'. Nerds......said the guy who has over 9000 posts on UrbanOhio!
Heroin from Mexico, plied by Mexican dealers, is turning up all over central Ohio. Experts say the potency of black-tar heroin, named for its appearance, almost matches the purity of heroin from the Middle East and that the stronger heroin is leading to more deaths.The influx of heroin parallels the growing Latino population in Ohio."They're bringing with them black-tar heroin," said Michael Sanders, spokesman for the DEA's national headquarters.Heroin use goes through cycles, said Columbus Police Sgt. Bill Mingus. "It's never been a bigger problem than it is now."...These days, deals are arranged by cell phone and completed in the parking lots of suburban shopping centers, preferably ones that offer quick access to an interstate.Assistant U.S. Attorney Tim Prichard said dealers fill and deliver drug orders with such ease you would think it was pizza.One deal happened in September outside the Old Navy store at 1852 Hilliard-Rome Rd. in Columbus, near Hilliard, federal court documents say. Busy shoppers apparently weren't aware that 70 balloons packed with heroin, roughly $1,400 worth, had just been sold.Over on the West Side near Hilliard, federal agents seized $34,170 in cash when they raided the 5577 Millwheel Court apartment. The three people they arrested there admitted that the cash was payment for black-tar heroin.Some dealers immigrate to central Ohio from Mexico because they know they can make a living selling heroin. Emmanuel Arturo Aguayo Hernandez and Louis Perez Puentes paid a smuggler to help them cross the border, the DEA says. They moved into a Far East Side apartment and sold about $1,200 in heroin a day, according to authorities.http://www.columbusdispatch.com/live/content/local_news/stories/2007/12/10/HeroinOD.ART_ART_12-10-07_A1_QH8NRUS.html?sid=101
The taco trucks are EVERYWHERE here in LA. They are the LA equivalent of the NY hotdog stand. Between the taco trucks and the 24 hour walk up Mexican joints, you are pretty much guaranteed to get your fill of Mexican food whenever you want.