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Taco Bell Founder Dead

Glen W. Bell Jr., who started the Taco Bell franchise in 1962, died Sunday at 86. What do you think?
  • "Wow, I never knew that the 'Bell' in 'Taco Bell' referred to a real person. I should ask, is Mr. Hut still with us?"

    Kevin Hill
    Forklift Operator
  • "Please, I would never send to know for whom the taco bell tolls. It tolls for thee."

    Martin Reed
  • "Glen W. Bell has made his final run for the border. The border between death and life. And he has now crossed the border to death. Goodbye, Glen W. Bell."

    Diane Filler
    Convenience Store Clerk
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