Even though we don’t yet know who will be playing in the Big Games, one thing is certain about this year’s World Series: Free tacos are on the line. Like it has in past years, Taco Bell will once again hand out free tacos during the championship series, assuming someone manages to steal a base. Here’s how the complimentary tacos will be activated: • If any player on either team steals a base during Game 1 or Game 2, everyone can get a free Doritos Locos Taco on Wednesday, Nov. 1 from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. (local time) at all participating Taco Bell locations. • If the first stolen base of the World Series takes place in Game 3 or later, hungry people can get a free taco on Tuesday, Nov. 7 from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. local time at participating spots. As the harbinger of free tacos, whoever is the first to steal a base will also be dubbed the “sixth-ever Taco Hero.” Of course, if no one manages to steal a base throughout the entire series, there will be no free tacos.
“Netflix and chill” took on an entirely different meaning this weekend: The streaming service hosted a pop-up at a medical marijuana dispensary in California, offering pot strains inspired by several of its original television shows. The L.A. Times reports that customers at Alternative Health Herbal Services were able to score marijuana strains named after 10 Netflix shows this weekend as the streaming service promoted its new pot-centered show, Disjointed. The strains of marijuana featured names like Banana Stand Kush in honor of Arrested Development; Camp Firewood inspired by Wet Hot American Summer; Poussey Riot based on Orange Is The New Black; and Peyotea from Grace and Frankie. The marijuana was only available to consumers with qualifying medical conditions and in possession of a medical marijuana card. Netflix notes that it was not profiting from the sale of the promotional marijuana, the L.A. Times reports. While not everyone could buy Netflix’s strains of marijuana, the company offered others promotional swag including long-sleeve shirts, hats, and pins adorned with Disjointed references.
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