View Poll Results: Will you continue eating the "ground beef"?

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  • Yes, it's delicious, even though it's largely composed of oats and sand.

    8 20.51%
  • I always knew it was mystery meat!

    12 30.77%
  • No, this is disgusting news.

    3 7.69%
  • I never ate it in the first place.

    16 41.03%
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Thread: Where's the beef?

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    Re: Where's the beef?

    Quote Originally Posted by Draco View Post
    Why would there be a lawsuit?
    I believe that the lawsuit alleges that Taco Bell wrongly labeled their products in order to mislead consumers. However, Guy Incognito has had years of experience working behind the counter at his local Taco Bell, so he knew that they were filling their beef with crap.

    It's a shame he never mentioned this when he was making my tacos.
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    Re: Where's the beef?

    Quote Originally Posted by Catz Part Deux View Post
    I believe that the lawsuit alleges that Taco Bell wrongly labeled their products in order to mislead consumers. However, Guy Incognito has years of experience working behind the counter, so he knew that they were filling their beef with crap.
    What makes it common knowledge? I just told my friends of this; we had no idea the meat might not be what Taco Bell stated.

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    Re: Where's the beef?

    Quote Originally Posted by Draco View Post
    What makes it common knowledge? I just told my friends of this; we had no idea the meat might not be what Taco Bell stated.
    It isn't common knowledge. Except to Guy, who has superhuman fast food skills.

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    Re: Where's the beef?

    Quote Originally Posted by Draco View Post
    What makes it common knowledge? I just told my friends of this; we had no idea the meat might not be what Taco Bell stated.
    Maybe the side affects of Taco Bell consumption could be a clue. They should place prescription labels on the bags saying "May cause diarrhea, vomiting, upset stomach, and atherosclerosis."
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    Re: Where's the beef?

    Quote Originally Posted by digsbe View Post
    Maybe the side affects of Taco Bell consumption could be a clue. They should place prescription labels on the bags saying "May cause diarrhea, vomiting, upset stomach, and atherosclerosis."
    I seriously haven't eaten their "ground beef" in years. I don't have these problems with their chicken and bean products. Other than the bean products causing the expected.

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    Re: Where's the beef?

    Quote Originally Posted by Catz Part Deux View Post
    I seriously haven't eaten their "ground beef" in years. I don't have these problems with their chicken and bean products. Other than the bean products causing the expected.
    Beans are beans, I don't know about the quality of their chicken. I was mainly trying to make a funny I hardly ever eat Taco Bell.
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    Re: Where's the beef?

    Quote Originally Posted by Draco View Post
    What makes it common knowledge? I just told my friends of this; we had no idea the meat might not be what Taco Bell stated.
    Well, for one thing Taco Bell never states anywhere that they put 100% beef in their tacos. The government only requires that a meat product be 40% beef to be called "beef." The rest is cheap filler. That's what processed food is; it's food mixed with cheap food-like substances.

    This is not just Taco Bell, practically all the fast food chains do it. It might not be common knowledge, but then again the three branches of government aren't "common knowledge" either, though they are still well known. The fact that Taco Bell meat is highly processed is certainly no secret, and the information has always been out there for anybody willing to do a little research into the matter.
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    Re: Where's the beef?

    Draco ate iguana once. There has been an infestation of iguanas in Mexico, and subsequent disappearances. He recalls a familiar flavor in his chalupa.

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    Re: Where's the beef?

    Quote Originally Posted by Draco View Post
    Draco ate iguana once. There has been an infestation of iguanas in Mexico, and subsequent disappearances. He recalls a familiar flavor in his chalupa.
    I once ate a "beef" taco at a little streetside taqueria in Houston. I strongly suspected that during its lifetime, that beef barked, rather than mooed.

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    Re: Where's the beef?

    Quote Originally Posted by Draco View Post
    Draco ate iguana once. There has been an infestation of iguanas in Mexico, and subsequent disappearances. He recalls a familiar flavor in his chalupa.
    Interesting! Iguana sounds like it would be pretty good, actually. I imagine it would taste like gator.

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