(link) Thanks, Jon.


Six Replies to TACO TOWN!!

Erik Bates | October 22, 2006
Well, I couldn't hear it (computer issues), but it looks pretty damn funny.

Erik Bates | October 22, 2006
Ok, now that I got sound, it's even funnier.

Lori Lancaster | October 23, 2006
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Jackie Mason | October 24, 2006
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Kerry Odell | October 24, 2006
HA! Brings new meaning to "Montezuma's Revenge!!"

Matthew Preston | October 26, 2006
Jackie, I know what I'm cooking up this weekend! All except the blueberry pancacke, that's just disgusting.


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