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My Favorite Taco: Mark “The Cobrasnake” Hunter

We remember when Cobrasnake was a struggling kid with a dream, some wheatpaste, a camera, and a website. Now he's the toast of the world's hipsters, and drunken underage girls throw their panties at him from their convertible BMWs on Sunset. In those days he only had one or two headbands, unlike now when he revealed his closet of 5,000 vintage 'bands on MTV Cribs. In any case, Mark is a Los Angeles fixture, documenting parties and late night adventure all over the world.

So, Cobrasnake, what's your favorite taco?

Cobrasnake tacos

"El Coyote on Beverly. See above."

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