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Although the cop could have pursued other options (Animal Control), this could have been totally avoided had the dog owner been a RESPONSIBLE dog owner in the first place. For shit sake, that's a residential area. You just don't let your dogs run free in an area like that. You can talk all day long about how the cop was in the wrong. But BEFORE he was in the wrong, the dog owner was in the wrong FIRST, and blatantly irresponsible. And he should have known better. Cop should be vindicated on this one, IMO.
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That is great, Randy. Your chops are in top form... very cool!  -Scott F
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I like Taco Time. Their ingredients seem to be a lot more genuine-tasting than Taco Bell and the others. But, I do have a beef with them - a big one: Their rolled, crisp burritos are not crisp. If I want a crisp burrito, I always have to remember to ask them to leave it down (in the deep fryer) longer. Also, I expect chimichangas to be crisp. I recently ordered both a crisp meat burrito and chimichanga. Got home, and both were not crisp. Placed a call, and the manager said it was because of the length of my drive home. Baloney! I have ordered and eaten inside three different Taco Times in the area, and unless I asked for it to be crisp (like it should be), I got a soft one - even if I was right there to eat it. Here, all I got was that "driving home" explanation and a quick apology from the manager, then silence. He was just waiting for me to give up, hang up, and live with it. Cop out. No offer to make it right, which is what restaurants usually do if they value your return business. I don't doubt that they deep-fry these items according to pre-established cooking times. But maybe they need to look at it and consider making changes to them. I'll just add, this is not a matter of "crisp" being subjective depending on different people's perceptions of "crisp". If they're going to offer a crisp burrito, make it crisp, period. There should be a definite contrast between their soft burritos and their crisp ones. It shouldn't be a case of soft, and less soft. They don't offer a "less soft" burrito on the menu. They offer a crisp burrito, and it should be CRISP, end of story. Maybe they don't want customers advising them. But if they want to keep this one, they might ought to try listening. The only reason I went to this length with this written review/complaint is because they just don't seem to get it. Crisp means crisp - how hard is that? When someone orders a "Crisp Meat Burrito", maybe a good practice might be to ask how crisp. Simple enough.
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Food: Very GoodDecor: Very GoodService: Good
Public - a year ago
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