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FPH Weekly Podcast, #23

Submitted by Commandrea on January 9, 2012 – 9:48 pmOne Comment
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This week’s FPH Taco-Cast explores tacos, Torchy’s Tacos, ‘Houston Texans NFL Playoffs Primer for people who don’t watch football’, back to tacos, Rick Perry, and come full circle back to tacos by prank calling Torchy’s Tacos. Musical Guest is Austin Smith with his song ‘Doubler’ which is an homage to the Taco Bell Crunchwrap Supreme.

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  • Ally says:

    i was at a Taco Bell on the west side the other day, drive thru, two-ish a.m., drunk, RAN OUT OF TACO MEAT! RAN OUT OF THE MAIN INGREDIENT! i was so upset and got a little cranky. the hunger was bad and there was a car in front of me and there was a hill on the side of me that i could not jump in my car. it got really real when the hungry lady in front of me got so upset at my baby honk towards her. CONCLUSION: do not vote for Rick Perry because reason 73,988, he will not improve our country’s education and there will be more people who have to work at Taco Bell but are so dumb they run out of their main ingredient. thus, potentially involving law enforcement, spending your tax dollars!

    p.s. please feature the pod cast in sections and name the sections by subject. also, i am lower-middle-class-half-white-half-Mexican.

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