Post by Julian Macassey
On Tue, 27 Mar 2012 01:25:03 +0000 (UTC), No Balls
Post by Anonymous
The only real downside of this experience was the price: $11.75 for
two tacos, a small soda, and a cookie.
Who is jeff miller?
Why would anyone on la.eats care?
Why don't you have the balls to post with a real name and
As we who also post in ba. mountain-folk (mostly the Santa Cruz
Mountains in the southern Bay Area, mostly the Boulder Creek, Scotts
Valley, Santa Cruz, etc. area), Geoff Miller posted his experiences at
a Del Taco in Watsonville, CA. (Between Santa Cruz and Monterey,
While I cannot imagine any way, any how, any who that a person can
possibly order $11.75 of Del Taco food, it must've been more than two
tacos, a small soda, and a cookie. I've been overfull on just their $4
deals. And the one time I ordered more than $5 worth of food, I threw
part of it away. I usually get out of Del Taco or Taco Bell for under
$4. At the local taquerias (much better than DT or TB), I can sometimes
spend up to $6. And then feel overfed for the rest of the day. So,
buying nearly $12 worth of Del Taco food seems....unlikely. And this is
why I think Geoff was either lying (or exaggerating for dramatic
effect) or was a fool (threw most of it away).)
Which is what I said on my ba.mountain-folk reply. And which is what I
stand by. Either a liar or a fool. No other option.
I've been at that very Del Taco several times. (Overlook Shopping
Center, next to Target, Watsonville.)
The tacos are not very expensive. (And of course I would recommend more
authentic tacos at, say, Mi Tierra, not more than a mile away.) A soda
and a cookie cannot possibly make up the difference.
Nevertheless, I disputed Geoff openly, under my own name, not in this
bullshit way on a newsgroup he didn't even post to.