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Mobilecraving’s Vids on L.A. Food Trucks: Try Not to Drool with Resentment

The Calbi Korean BBQ truck

These eerie, elegant, silent videos on Los Angeles' food trucks speak volumes about the richness of the city's street snacks — and the dearth of decent offerings we still have in the District. Take a look at the vids after the jump and try not to drool with resentment.


The COOLHAUS Ice Cream truck

The Don Chow taco truck

The Buttermilk truck

Babys Badass Burgers truck

Barbie's Q truck

Bool Korean BBQ taco truck

Comments

  1. #1

    LA sucks in pretty much any facet. I'd rather slit my own throat than live in that hellhole

  2. #2

    Btw Tim- I like your articles, but instead of quietly complaining about culinary DC, why don't you sit back, relax, and enjoy being here. When I go to other cities I don't complain about their lack of good seafood, middle eastern, vietnamese, indian, and steakhouses.

  3. #3

    A big advantage of articulated mini loaders over skid steers is that they have a lot more choice of tyre patterns than skid steers as they can use a deep lug with efficient self cleaning space between the lugs. Skidsteers on the other hand, can't use a deep lug or it will get ripped off when the lug is skidded on. Skidsteers must use a lug that is very close to the next lug so the force can be spread over a few lugs or it will simply get ripped off. This means skidsteers have less efficient traction in slippery conditions, causing more damage to the track and extra fuel consumption. Skid steers may still be able to move through muddy terrain but this only occurs with a lot of slippage as the lugs you can use on a skidsteer are limited in both depth and self cleaning ability - spacing. When skidsteers grip on solid surfaces it can be very hard on the driver's neck, this doesn't help operators have a nice after work life!

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