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(Fox News)   Government study confirms that Americans love pizza. Future studies set to confirm whether the sky is blue, water is wet, and salt is salty   (foxnews.com) divider line 46
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2014-02-12 09:20:59 AM
Pizzza thread time!

Mother Bear's Pizza here in Bloomington, IN is amazing, and better than all other pizza elsewhere forever.

/dnrtfa
 
2014-02-12 09:21:29 AM
Americans don't like war but FOX and its viewers keeps on cheering every dollar spent on another helicopter the military doesn't need.
 
2014-02-12 09:21:43 AM
I'm not really much of a fan of pizza.
 
2014-02-12 09:22:19 AM
But if I'm going to have pizza, it's got to be NY pizza.

Chicago pizza is disgusting.
 
2014-02-12 09:22:53 AM
Actually, studying what people eat is not just an exercise in idle curiosity. By studying the diet habits of large populations, you can make all kinds of useful connections to such things as prevalence of disease, learning ability of children, carbon footprints, and dozens of other seemingly unconnected things. The inferences that can be drawn from such big data can be very useful in organizing society......improving public health, making efficient use of scarce resources, and improving the lives of everyone.
 
2014-02-12 09:23:36 AM
Pizza Snob thread?
I buy pizza from all over the place and try pizza in any city i travel to ... I recently had a few pizzas in Lake Tahoe and also in Washington DC ...
I have no favorite.
 
2014-02-12 09:24:02 AM
OMG! The big bad goberment is wastin' r money on sciency shiat again!

.....or a study examining the consumption habits of Americans is totally justified given that obesity is one of the biggest factors impacting the health of Americans.
 
2014-02-12 09:24:06 AM
8 days a week.
 
2014-02-12 09:25:21 AM
It's my favorite food. I've eaten so much pizza, it's ridiculous. Also, I'm not, nor have I ever been, fat. By the age of 11, I pretty much stopped eating fast food meat, so maybe that helped me from ballooning in size.
 
2014-02-12 09:26:51 AM
Best pizza around me.   Rome Pizza, Dunellen NJ
 
2014-02-12 09:27:04 AM

Imperialism: Americans don't like war but FOX and its viewers keeps on cheering every dollar spent on another helicopter the military doesn't need.


Pizza has a liberal bias?  Who effing knew?

/trolling in a pizza thread for anything other than pizza is pretty lame.
 
2014-02-12 09:28:25 AM
Local pizza places are almost always better than chain restaurants... Especially if it's some little old Italian guy making the pizza.

/and Chicago style isn't pizza, it's a casserole.
 
2014-02-12 09:29:09 AM
Romney to comment at a further date.
 
2014-02-12 09:32:27 AM

DarkVader: But if I'm going to have pizza, it's got to be NY pizza.

Chicago pizza is disgusting, however it's still better the St Louis style.

 
2014-02-12 09:35:53 AM
Stupid government, basic science is always a waste of money. Why think when you can feel?
 
2014-02-12 09:36:15 AM
Oh look, this thread again...
 
2014-02-12 09:36:44 AM
You haven't had pizza until you've had pizza from Obscure Small Town Family Pizza Place in Insignificant Hick Town, USA!
 
2014-02-12 09:40:51 AM
I have to make my own pizza on a pizza stone.  I live in a rural small town pizza desert.  There's a Greek pizza place about 15 minutes away, but that doesn't count as pizza with their pre-made greasy crusts.  There's another Greek pizza place about 40 minutes away, and their crusts are at least fresh, that's a bit better.  The nearest real pizza is just over an hour away.

/It's a real Walden Pond situation.
//At least I don't live in Chicago.
 
2014-02-12 09:41:25 AM

FirstNationalBastard: Local pizza places are almost always better than chain restaurants... Especially if it's some little old Italian guy making the pizza.

/and Chicago style isn't pizza, it's a casserole.


I've never had pizza outside of the vast pizza desert of the Midwest, so I'm not really qualified to have an opinion. That, however, never stopped me before.

Local chains around here are unmitigated garbage. I'm convinced that the reason all these hillbillies like the burnt tortilla they call thin-crust pizza is because everybody is so bad at making hand-tossed dough. Pizza dough shouldn't taste like flour, and it shouldn't be chewy. I like "Chicago style" pizza as presented by Pizza Slut and East of Chicago, but I've never eaten that creepy thing that Stewart railed against. I'd try it, but it doesn't look that great. I do know that the way I've had New York style pizza described to me sounds absolutely disgusting, but maybe I just need to try it.

There. Now I've added my $.00 to the discussion.
 
2014-02-12 09:42:41 AM
Dulono's Pizza, between Lyndale Ave and Garfield Ave on Lake street in South Minneapolis is pretty good stuff.

/not
//a
///plug
 
2014-02-12 09:43:29 AM
Oh boy, another pizza thread.
I hope later this week we can talk about Coke vs. Pepsi or cereals of the past.
 
2014-02-12 09:44:52 AM

Fissile: Actually, studying what people eat is not just an exercise in idle curiosity. By studying the diet habits of large populations, you can make all kinds of useful connections to such things as prevalence of disease, learning ability of children, carbon footprints, and dozens of other seemingly unconnected things. The inferences that can be drawn from such big data can be very useful in organizing society......improving public health, making efficient use of scarce resources, and improving the lives of everyone.



SILENCE!  Fox has a narrative to push.  Don't fark with it.
 
2014-02-12 09:45:29 AM
Future studies set to confirm whether the sky is blue, water is wet, and salt is salty

i.imgur.com
 
2014-02-12 09:46:23 AM
Pizza is sh*t
 
2014-02-12 09:49:14 AM
Apparently I don't like pizza I like crackers with katchup and cheese on it and itallian casserole.

/I guess I enjoy NY style too
//St. Louis and Chicago style are superior IMO
/// The point us moot though because calzones are better anyway.
////Ready the torches, pitchforks and the "stop liking what I don't like" memes
 
2014-02-12 09:51:03 AM

TopoGigo: Stupid government, basic science is always a waste of money. Why think when you can feel?


When did Fark invite the Canadian Conservative head of policy here?
 
2014-02-12 09:53:09 AM

The Slush: Pizza is sh*t


Good sh*t!

I read an article on the internet one time where doctors were saying that the combination of greasy meat along with the cheese and tomato sauce were actually relatively healthy and not as artery clogging as some people seem to think.

Since I read it on the internet, it must be true.
 
2014-02-12 09:53:36 AM
i've had many types of pizza in many parts of the world. in about 4.5 months of being deployed to northeast italy i consumed about 100 pizzas

one of my recent favorites is the deep deep dish at little caesars

/prepared for flame wars
//don't care, it's tasty pizza at a reasonable price
 
2014-02-12 09:59:41 AM

TopoGigo: I've never had pizza outside of the vast pizza desert of the Midwest


 Chicago and Kansas City
 
2014-02-12 10:05:40 AM

Voiceofreason01: TopoGigo: I've never had pizza outside of the vast pizza desert of the Midwest

 Chicago and Kansas City


I didn't really mean to imply that the entire Midwest was a pizza desert, but I suppose I wrote it that way. Also, I'd never heard that KC had anything to offer other than bibles and steaks.
 
2014-02-12 10:06:48 AM
I'm just glad my money is not being wasted.
 
2014-02-12 10:09:21 AM

TopoGigo: Voiceofreason01: TopoGigo: I've never had pizza outside of the vast pizza desert of the Midwest

 Chicago and Kansas City

I didn't really mean to imply that the entire Midwest was a pizza desert, but I suppose I wrote it that way. Also, I'd never heard that KC had anything to offer other than bibles and steaks.


It's kind of an open secret that there's money is Kansas City and as a result there's a better variety of food and shopping than one might expect.
 
2014-02-12 10:16:11 AM

DarkVader: But if I'm going to have pizza, it's got to be NY pizza.

Chicago pizza is disgusting.


While NY pizza is the best, Chicago style is also good. However, Chicago style pizza is not in fact a pizza at all. It is a cheese pie.
 
2014-02-12 10:32:07 AM
www.sweetfreestuff.com

Mmmm, pizza like food product.

I am a grown ass man and an unrepentant food snob. But, I get a nostalgia craving for cheapo kiddie food on occasion. On the grocery list it goes.
 
2014-02-12 10:33:23 AM
I am NOT going to recommend our Obscure Small Town Family Pizza Place in Insignificant Hick Town, USA!

If I did, you never go there anyway, so what's the point.

But,  Chef Boyardee cheese pizza kit for $2.65 at grocery store rocks!
 
2014-02-12 10:43:31 AM
Chicagoan here. While I love Chicago style I don't eat it on a regular basis because it is so heavy. Personal favorite is from Palermo' sin Oak Lawn.

CSB: Had an Italian exchange student living with us last year. He was used to Margherita style but liked Chicago style, saying it was like a lasagna on a crust. He really liked our thin crust. When we took him to see New York City he tried the local pizza at Motorino. He took one bite and said it tasted like cheap marinara spread on a soggy piece of bread and he had  no idea what the hell kind of cheese they used.
 
2014-02-12 10:48:44 AM
My homemade pie...let me show you it.

i296.photobucket.com
 
2014-02-12 10:48:57 AM

Mid_mo_mad_man: DarkVader: But if I'm going to have pizza, it's got to be NY pizza.

Chicago pizza is disgusting, however it's still better the St Louis style.


Anyone square cutting a pizza should be disemboweled with a rusty fork.
 
2014-02-12 11:04:50 AM
When are we going to get to the important stuff. I would like a study commissioned to determine whether or not masturbation is enjoyable. I've heard some good things about it but I don't want to just jump into it until I see the numbers.
 
2014-02-12 11:15:19 AM
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Pizza Time, Dudes!
 
2014-02-12 11:19:13 AM

Imperialism: Americans don't like war but FOX and its viewers keeps on cheering every dollar spent on another helicopter the military doesn't need.


Chill, man.

3.bp.blogspot.com

There's only one party worth talking about right now.
 
2014-02-12 11:20:07 AM

Ow! That was my feelings!: Mmmm, pizza like food product.

I am a grown ass man and an unrepentant food snob. But, I get a nostalgia craving for cheapo kiddie food on occasion. On the grocery list it goes.


I used to buy stacks of those for less than a buck each. The combination one you posted was the best kind too. Something about the shredded sausage. I'd eat the thing without cutting it, like a big edible frisbee. Good times.
 
2014-02-12 11:41:07 AM
I am surprised there weren't more co-authors, i.e.,


The Effects of Peanut Butter on the Rotation of the Earth

by George August, Ph.D., Anita Balliro, Ph.D., Pier Barnaba, Ph.D., Anne Battis, Ph.D., Constantine Battis, Ph.D., John Battis, Ph.D. Nathaniel Baum, Ph.D., S. Becket, Ph.D., A. G. Bell, Ph.D., Moe Berg, Ph.D., B. J. Bialowski, Ph.D., Edward Biester, Ph.D., Joseph Blair, Ph.D., Ceevah Blatman, Ph.D., Ken Bloom, Ph.D., I. V. Boesky, Ph.D., Dorothy Bondelevitch, Ph.D., Calliope Boratgis, Ph.D., K. T. Boundary, Ph.D., Gerald Brennan, Ph.D., Nuala Broderick, Ph.D., James Burke, Ph.D., Richard Butkus, Ph.D., James Carter, Ph.D., Alexander Cartwright, Ph.D., Caren Cayer, Ph.D., Mary Chung, Ph.D., W. Spencer Churchill, Ph.D., M. Louise Ciccone, Ph.D., Theodore B. Cleaver, Ph.D., Selma Frances Coltin, Ph.D., Carlos Cordeiro, Ph.D., Theodore Crabtree, Ph.D., Samuel Cunningham, Ph.D., James Michael Curley, Ph.D., Gwen Davis, Ph.D., Paul Delamere, Ph.D., R. C. De Bodo, Ph.D., P. deMan, Ph.D., Arthur Derfall, Ph.D., Helen Diver, Ph.D., Edward Doctoroff, Ph.D., Robert Dorson, Ph.D., Wayne Drooks, Ph.D., William Claude Dukinfield, Ph.D., James Durante, Ph.D., Alan Dyson, Ph.D., Raeline Eaton, Ph.D., D. D. Eisenhauer, Ph.D., Kent Fielden, Ph.D., Elizabeth Finch, Ph.D., Raymond Flynn, Ph.D., Charles Follett, Ph.D., Kevin Forshay, Ph.D., George Frazier, Ph.D., Katherine Fulton, Ph.D., R. J. Gambale, Ph.D., Jerome Garcia, Ph.D., Judith Garland, Ph.D., Hannah Gilligan, Ph.D., Daniel Goldfarb, Ph.D., Michael Goldfarb, Ph.D., Archie Goodwin, Ph.D., Yulia Govorushko, Ph.D., Sharon P. D. Greene, Ph.D., David W. Griffith, Ph.D., Sheldon Gulbenkian, Ph.D., Frances Gumm, Ph.D., R. O. Guthrie, Ph.D., Kathleen Gygi, Ph.D., Margo Hagopian, Ph.D., Richard Hannay, Ph.D., Joseph Hardy, Ph.D., Stephen Hardy, Ph.D., Gary Hartpence, Ph.D., Edward Haskell, Ph.D., S. J. Hawkins, Ph.D., Kevin Hegg, Ph.D., Lilly N. Hellman, Ph.D., Robert A. Hertz, Ph.D., Louise D. Hicks, Ph.D., Lyndon Holmes, Ph.D., Mycroft Holmes, Ph.D., O. W. Holmes, Ph.D., Tardis Hoo, Ph.D., J. E. Hoover, Ph.D., E. A. Horton, Ph.D., Lawrence Howard, Ph.D., Moe Howard, Ph.D., Ginger Hsu, Ph.D., David Hubbs, Ph.D., Loretta Huttlinger, Ph.D., Stanley Hwang, Ph.D., Harriet Kasden, Ph.D., Susan Jablonski, Ph.D., Mittie Jackson, Ph.D., Rebecca Johnson, Ph.D., Deacon Jones, Ph.D., Edward T. T. Jones, Ph.D., Conrad Joseph, Ph.D., K. T. Kanawa, Ph.D., Liza Karpook, Ph.D., Daniel Kaye, Ph.D., William Keeler, Ph.D., Waldemar Kester, Ph.D., John M. Keynes, Ph.D., Olga Korbut, Ph.D., Susan Krock, Ph.D., Kerran Lauridson, Ph.D., Nicholas Leone, Ph.D., Meg Anne Lesser, Ph.D., Lucille S. Levesque, Ph.D., Joseph Lichtblau, Ph.D., Barbara Linden, Ph.D., Robert Lippa, Ph.D., Charles Lovejoy, Ph.D., Frances Lynch, Ph.D., Thomas Maccarone, Ph.D., Maureen Madigan, Ph.D., James Mahoney, Ph.D., Catherine Maloney, Ph.D., Jules Maigret, Ph.D., G. Maniscalco. Ph.D., Ray B. B. Mancini, Ph.D., Julius Marx, Ph.D., Cynthia Mason, Ph.D., James Matoh, Ph.D., Abigail Mays, Ph.D., Zachariah Mays, Ph.D., Charles McCarthy, Ph.D., Joseph McCarthy, Ph.D., Ann McKechnie, Ph.D., Charles Augustus Milverton, Ph.D., Robert Mishkin, Ph.D., Jack Moran, Ph.D., Charles Morgan, Ph.D., Stephen Mosher, Ph.D., Lisa Mullins, Ph.D., Sarah Natale, Ph.D., Ned Newton, Ph.D., R. M. Nixon, Ph.D., Grover Norquist, Ph.D., Ngai Ng, Ph.D., Kevin O'Malley, Ph.D., Joel Orloff, Ph.D., Frank Patterson, Ph.D., John Pesky, Ph.D., Peter Pienar, Ph.D., Margaret Pinette, Ph.D., Philip Ravino, Ph.D., Celia Reber, Ph.D., Bertrand Roger, Ph.D., Frederick Rogers, Ph.D., Dexter Rosenbloom, Ph.D., George H. Ruth, Ph.D., Kathleen Rutherford, Ph.D., Robert Ryder, Ph.D., George Scheinman, Ph.D., Aimee Semple, Ph.D., William Shoemaker, Ph.D., Joseph Slavsky, Ph.D., Olivia Smith, Ph.D., Simon Silver, Ph.D., Orenthal J. Simpson, Ph.D., Jeffrey Spaulding, Ph.D., Richard Starkey, Ph.D., David Alan Steele, Ph.D., Y. Struchkov, Ph.D., Quentin Sullivan, Ph.D., Ann Sussman, Ph.D., Ezra Tamsky, Ph.D., Kumiko Terezawa, Ph.D., Marge Thatcher, Ph. D., Mark Theissen, Ph.D., Marilyn Tucker, Ph.D., Christina Turner, Ph.D., Brenda C. W. Twersky, Ph.D., Frederick A. Von Stade, Ph.D., F. Skiddy Von Stade, Ph.D., Bertha Vanation, Ph.D., William Veeke, Ph.D., Norma Verrill, Ph.D., Y. Y. Vlahos, Ph.D., Marko Vukcic, Ph.D., Paul Waggoner, Ph.D., Teresa Wallace, Ph.D., Thomas Waller, Ph.D., J. Ward, Ph.D., John H. Watson, M.D., Michael Weddle, Ph.D., Merton Weinberg, Ph.D., Lawrence Welk, Ph.D., Kevin White, Ph.D., Andrew Williams, Ph.D., John Williams, Ph.D., Theodore Williams, Ph.D., William Williams, Ph.D., Eileen Wynn, Ph.D., Chin-chin Yeh, Ph.D., and Ethel Youngman, Ph.D.

So far as we can determine, peanut butter has no effect on the rotation of the earth.
 
2014-02-12 02:10:23 PM
Thank god they raised the debt celing so we can have more studies like this one.
 
2014-02-12 02:21:59 PM

DarkVader: Mid_mo_mad_man: DarkVader: But if I'm going to have pizza, it's got to be NY pizza.

Chicago pizza is disgusting, however it's still better the St Louis style.

Anyone square cutting a pizza should be disemboweled with a rusty fork.


Want to know how I know you've never, ever had the good fortune to eat real Detroit pizza?
 
2014-02-12 02:37:38 PM
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