“The Surrender of Taco,” after Velazquez, by Victor Kerlow.

The Surrender of Taco,” after Velazquez, by Victor Kerlow.

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    “The Surrender of Taco,” after Velazquez, by Victor Kerlow.
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    Obviously first time Sir Taco of Bell met King Burger.
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