BillCo: FTFA: "I couldn't afford to bring chefs in from Europe, it was too expensive. And then I thought about Iran... I brought some chefs in from Iran to train the Afghans about cooking pizza. They were with us for one year and then I had my own trained staff," he says.There are just so many thnigs wrong with that statement that I don't even know where to begin. Pizza chefs from Iran??? And a year to train the Afghans to cook pizza??? That should take about an hour. Maybe 2 hours if you include making the dough."No, no, you Afghan pig, the sauce goes on TOP of the dough. Do we have to beat the soles of your feet again?"
MyNameIsMofuga: [i492.photobucket.com image 272x185]Joey, have you ever eaten out in an Afghan pizza parlor?
Alonjar: Also, I'm kind of surprised that he spent $100k USD starting up a pizza place in Kabul. I kind of figured the costs of real estate and building out the place would be lower there... and its not like hes paying a franchise fee.Furthermore, what Afghan has $100k USD laying around?
TravisBickle62: Hiro Protagonist is overjoyed
Snapper Carr: TravisBickle62: Hiro Protagonist is overjoyedCame here for this. Satisfied but slightly disappointed it took so long.
Molavian: The plan to fLatten this planet is expanding ever more quickly.Excellent...
URAPNIS: I can't believe those people are even allowed to eat pizza.
Bomb Head Mohammed: some pretty lame jokes in this thread so far.anyhoo, this article is worth a read for those of you who think that kabul is some version of beyond thunderdome:http://flaremag.com/2009/07/camping-in-kabul-part-i-afghanistan-hot-o f f-the-presses/4 million people live in kabul. that's more than in any other US city except NY and maybe LA. business goes on.
Rembrant_Q_Einstein: I used to live in Cairo Egypt in the 80's. There was only one pizza place, Mermaid Pizza, where peperoni pizza consisted of sliced vienna sausages with cheese and no tomato sauce on a doughy pan pizza. Was gross but reminded us of home....
Nexzus: Slight threadjack because the headline brought it to mind:In GTA:Vice City, were the pizza delivery missions (on your "faggio" IIRC) needed for 100% completion or were they there just to make some money?/Hated doing them, in any case.
Axel_Gear: Nexzus: Slight threadjack because the headline brought it to mind:In GTA:Vice City, were the pizza delivery missions (on your "faggio" IIRC) needed for 100% completion or were they there just to make some money?/Hated doing them, in any case.If you completed all of them you got +50 max health.And if you completed all the police missions you got +50 max armorFire truck mission completion got you immune to fire.Ambulance missions get you infinite sprintingThey were all pretty difficult. The police was the easiest. If you used the helicopter.
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