Mike Conaway took the time to shake plenty of hands after wiping the semi-liquid cheese from his jowls at the Brownwood Area Chamber of Commerce Thursday, where nearly 30 people who forgot to pay Harris Broadband and were extremely bored were in attendance.
It was all smiles, and then after some in-depth discussions, including the plan to attempt to repeal Obamacare for the 67th time, the topic of the lack of chives on Nachos Bell Grande since the December 2006 E.Coli recall drew quite a response.
“It’s terrible. The Mexican Pizza isn’t the same now, and these nachos just suck. How do we get out of it?” asked a Brownwood citizen, regarding the spring onion’s absence.
Conaway had an interesting response.
“Well, it’s not rocket science,” responded Conaway, 66. “I cut my own onions up and put them on my Nachos Bell Grande!”
Conaway then offered to teach the Brownwood resident how to use meat shears to get nice circular bits of the scallion.
“There is a day of reckoning coming, and right now, we still have a window, and I don’t know long that window will stay open…it’s going to be really difficult,” he said during his half-hour Q&A session, in reference to Taco Bell reintroducing the omitted ingredient.
When asked if cooperation with Taco Bueno could result in benefits for the scallion starved state, Conaway openly dismissed them. “Bueno, well, that’s Randy Neugebauer’s problem, Bueno is based in Abilene, after all.” Conaway however did heap praise on Taco Casa for offering a Christian-friendly atmosphere.
One member of the community interrupted Conaway during a discussion on the Keystone XL pipeline to request the Chillito return to the Taco Bell menu, and was escorted out of the room.