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Taco News Roundup, November 26th, 2007


Recent reports say that worldwide, 100 tacos are eaten every second. Our crew was responsible for about one second of taco love last weekend, are you doing your part? Anyway, here's the latest and greatest from the tacosphere:

NYC: On the Taco Trail (Roosevelt Avenue)
SILICON VALLEY: Tacos Al Carbon Review-- Tasty
BASEBALL: Torii Hunter $90m Deal Done Over Tacos
RON PAUL: Taco Enthusiast Helps Ron Paul's Online Campaign
HOUSTON: Taco Truck Crackdown Rankles Taco Lifestylers
FRESNO: Two Injured When School Bus Hits Taco Truck
HIGHLAND PARK: Mr. J. Gold on MyTaco

Photo Credit: "Carne Adobada" by NathanGibbs

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