In taco news today, two Texas taco franchises (out of like a zillion) are engaged in legal battle as Torchy’s Tacos has brought a lawsuit against Texas Taco Co. for stealing its “Taco Bible” on how to make the perfect taco. Where is this Taco Bible and how can I steal it?
A gentleman by the name of “Romeo Rose” in Austin has put up a website that went viral on Reddit, a website that he hopes will land him his perfect girlfriend or wife. But Romeo doesn’t want to go through dating sites, because he won’t settle for anything but a skinny, athletic white girl. He’s also a complete and total douchebag who hates gays and wants his trophy chick to fuck his horse face all the time.
Preachers at a North Texas megachurch have a little explaining to do, as their faith was evidently not strong enough to protect the congregation from an outbreak of a disease so easily preventable, most doctors under the age of fifty have never seen a case.
In response to Texas governor Rick Perry putting out radio ads across the country to try and get businesses to move to the Lone Star State, Lewis Black launches his own anti-Texas campaign. It’s truly a thing of beauty.
Yeah, you read the headline correctly, and ironically, this is NOT satire from a really sick episode of Tripping The Rift.
Google’s first fiber internet experiment has been going well in Kansas City, and on April 9th, it sounds like they’ll be announcing the next city to get pimped out with super high speed cheap internet service. Austin, Texas… come on dooowwwwn!
Sometimes you find something so ridiculous, so incredibly implausible, that it just sort of makes you challenge your own reality. I literally am having a hard time believing that an organized body of the government, composed of members elected by The People, would even remotely come to this level of balls-out audacity and general ignorance. Texas, you are a goddamn blight on our nation (sorry Austin & Houston, I actually kind of like you but the rest of your family is fucking nuts).
Ask even the dumbest kid and they’ll tell you that libraries are full of books. Not in Texas, where Bexar County is about to open the country’s first all digital library. So instead of dusty old smelly books all over the shelves, the library will be a hub of digital information and ebooks and hardcore pornography.