Episode 29: The History of Dr. Who Fighting Tacos & Eating Bears

The results are in from our poll on topics we should talk about. So here it is everyone, Tacos, History, Dr. Who! Bears almost made the cut, but not one to back down from a challenge, MC Variety Hour wrapped it all up in one neat little conversation. Join us!

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Episode 29!: #tacos #history #beer #drwho


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2 thoughts on “Episode 29: The History of Dr. Who Fighting Tacos & Eating Bears”

  1. We don’t really have shwarma or tacos… Also, crips and biscuits! Sort your ruddy language out!
    Our most common take-outs are Chinese, pizzas and fish & chips. Tacos are still ‘fringe’ food. We have Mc Donalds and Burger Kings in every main town. We also have bakeries everywhere. To a point where companies like Greggs have made bakeries into a fast food… https://www.greggs.co.uk/
    We get greasy food vans. They sell bacon/egg/sausage baps. Get them on all trade estates.

    You mentioned my last comment on London bins so a smidge more info. Although Bishopsgate ( https://goo.gl/aBEcMq ) was the big catalyst for the square miles bin removal, London is a city 27 miles across and we took the IRA bombings from 1971-2001. The bin removal was more staggered than all of them going at once. There was a bombing at Victoria station in 1991 during rush hour. (article in NY TImes https://goo.gl/dXid6z ) That was when London Transport started removing bins from London Underground. We had bins return to some extent as round hoops with bags from 2009’ish at train stations. (not sure if this link will work https://goo.gl/8X59dn ) A teensy article from 2013 on bins returning. My dates in my head are wrong, but I would have still been at school in 1993. https://goo.gl/sT2A65

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