Right? It’s always burrito season as far as I’m concerned.
burros, burritos, tacos, taquitos… everyday is taco truck season!
wait!.. weren’t we told that if a democrat won the white house we’d get taco trucks on every corner?! i mean, we have three taco trucks and two Cuban trucks on this island, but only one of each are walking distance! no! where’s my taco truck down on the corner?
and if they could sell ChocoTacos™ too, that would be great!
Yes, and I was so looking forward to this.
Suddenly jet packs and taco trucks become synonymous with the future.
It seems extremely wasteful and expensive (€68) for a one shot use, but its intended purpose is for festivals where people otherwise abandon perfectly good plastic tents, and then the cardboard can be recycled.
I think I’d want to rig a line and tarp over it, with an extended covered area for sitting outside and watching the rain, or keeping the sun off.
I appreciate irony as much as the next girl- but leave Paul the fuck alone!
i am surprised that Fort Lauderdale is not on this list. the extremely broken sewage system there regularly pumps raw shit into Biscayne Bay and the waterways.
on the other hand, perhaps it flows downstream to make Hollywood (the no.18 dirty city) a whole lot nastier.
Miami is a dirty city for many reasons that may not have been part of the metric for “dirty” in the study.
jeebus, i hate the mainland.
Follow up. The aux power wasn’t working so the engines were left on. Worker was warned, but made a fatal mistake.
Indeed. From the NTSB preliminary report there were multiple opportunities for this to be avoided.