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Old 02-10-2012, 02:55 PM   #15
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I saw an advertisement here in California that Taco Bell is serving breakfast and Tropicana Orange Juice. Haven't tried their breakfast but maybe they changed Orange Juice suppliers.

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Old 02-10-2012, 03:27 PM   #16
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I guess I don't know just how lucky I am. I don't eat at taco bell and I don't drink orange juice. Guess I just don't know what I'm missing.

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Old 02-10-2012, 05:07 PM   #17
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Even though the FDA allows a certain amount of rat feces, animal hair, insect parts and insecticides/poisons in our mass produced foods, seems to me that 'zero' would be a good number to strive for. Since that goal doesn't seem to be on the menu, I guess it's a good thing we have the 'nuking' technology to destroy all the nasties that goes with not taking those pesky and costly sanitation precautions to protect Joe Q Public.

Even with the above, I'd rather take my chances with what our government has in place than rely on 'local' practices of consumer protection. Ever seen that food service employee not wash their hands after a visit to the bathroom? Seen that gloved hand handle money, take something out of the trash can and then dip taco meat out of the tray and slop it into a shell with that same hand? Or wipe off a nasty table with the same cloth that fell on the floor...then serve food to the next customer.

Little if no sanitation training for those young, minimum wage employees and even if they do receive some mediocre training, does anyone really think they care about your personal culinary safety...not from what I've seen. I miss occasional fast food, but if the food is not disgusting, the employees are.

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Old 02-11-2012, 07:39 AM   #18
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And this post has what to do with RVing?
Well... if the food you eat causes you to.. shall we say "void often" then you are going to understand why a Class A is better than a trailer (no need to run outside to get to the head) and that.. Has to do with RVing. :
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To the person who commented on 3 or 8.

Even if it's 266 .. when you look at the precentages. 266 out of 2.66 BILLION gets down to a tiny fraction of one percent. I mean talk about insignificant.

266 out of 2.66 million (one million times the percentage) would still be insignificant.

I would say the greater danger is that getting out of the car at the Taco Bell you trip over your own shoelaces and wack your head on either the car or the concrete. Wonder how many times that has happened in any given year.
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Not Taco Bell or food related but the damage done from tripping on something that should not be there is no laughing matter.
My father-in-law just last week tripped on a telephone wire that should not have been on the ground at an RV park in Fl. Hit his head on the telephone box. Long story short he just had surgery yesterday on his neck, a fusion and replacement of some vertabrea to releave pressure on his nerves in his neck. Not funny.

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