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CajunMan Boudin blanc No longer registered Since: 2.1.02 From: Give me a Title shot! Since last post: 1009 days Last activity: 146 days # 1 Posted on 27.1.11 2220.00 | Instant Rating: 0.00 They are talking about this on talk radio down here today and here is Taco Bell's statement http://www.tacobell.com/company/newsreleasearticle/Statement-Regarding-Class-Action-Lawsuit Seems like the people suing Taco Bell have too much time on there hands. If you don't like the beef go somewhere else! Besides T.B. does offer chicken if you do not like the beef. Promote this thread!
CajunMan Boudin blanc No longer registered Since: 2.1.02 From: Give me a Title shot! Since last post: 1009 days Last activity: 146 days # 2 Posted on 28.1.11 1314.15 | Instant Rating: 0.00 Update! Taco Bell is fighting back! Go T.B.! http://money.cnn.com/2011/01/28/news/companies/taco_bell_beef/index.htm?hpt=T2
Oliver Scrapple Since: 20.6.02 From: #YEG Since last post: 2 days Last activity: 4 hours # 3 Posted on 29.1.11 1007.40 Ive never had problems with Taco Bell's beef - it's always god and consistant. What I don't like is that their condiments (sour cream and whatever else) come from what look like caulking guns. 2009-2010 WHL Fantasy League Champion!!!
StaggerLee Scrapple Since: 3.10.02 From: Right side of the tracks Since last post: 19 hours Last activity: 11 hours
Y!: # 4 Posted on 29.1.11 1125.34 | Instant Rating: 1.72 Originally posted by Oliver Ive never had problems with Taco Bell's beef - it's always god and consistant. Only in India.
DrewDewce Bratwurst Since: 2.1.02 From: The Derby City Since last post: 23 days Last activity: 2 days
Y!: # 5 Posted on 29.1.11 1928.57 Originally posted by Oliver Ive never had problems with Taco Bell's beef - it's always god and consistant. What I don't like is that their condiments (sour cream and whatever else) come from what look like caulking guns. It's been many a year since I slung burgers at Mickey D's but their "Special Sauce" and mayonnaise came from caulking guns too. The ketchup and mustard came from more of an upright "squeeze ladle" version. It's best not to think about it though. "You are going to get a certain amount of snarkiness on the Internet no matter what, and my rule is that you don't post anything that you wouldn't say to someone's face." Marc Andreyko (Writer of DC Comic's "Manhunter")
KJames199 Scrapple Moderator Since: 10.12.01 From: #yqr Since last post: 4 days Last activity: 1 hour # 6 Posted on 29.1.11 2056.39 | Instant Rating: 9.00 I worked at a pizza place for several years and we used sauce guns too. Not for the pizza sauce, but for stuff like sour cream. I think it's pretty commonplace.
Sec19Row53 Lap cheong Since: 2.1.02 From: Oconomowoc, WI Since last post: 1 day Last activity: 4 hours
Y!: # 7 Posted on 1.2.11 2216.47 | Instant Rating: 9.00
I worked at a pizza joint in college. The sauce came in a can, but the taco pizza base came in a tube. We used to call it "grunt" for more than a few reasons :-)
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