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Quote: Originally Posted by changy Dom DeMarco is the soup nazi of pizzas He is a decently nice guy, just so painfully slow. But it is tasty. Anthony Mangieri might be the real soup nazi. So hard core and into the game that NYC just wasn't good enough for him anymore - the bastard.
Quote: Originally Posted by globetrotter one of the biggest issues in the whole problem is the concept of land ownership - the vast majority of land in "Palestine" (for want of a better word, the land that is now jordan, Israel, the PA, and southern lebanon today) was "crown land", owned directly by the sultan. then, large tracts of land were owned by various religious organizations - muslim ones, the catholic church, the orthodox church, various european...
Quote: Originally Posted by globetrotter I shit you not - I have actually been in stores that sell old keys in picture frames as its such a major part of Palestinian culture. a lot of Palestinians do have the keys to their families old houses, but 1. most of those houses were rented, not owned 2. you now have >100 people for every household that existed in 1948, so there aren't really enough keys to go around. Link to data on...
Quote: Originally Posted by scourage nonsense. almost all the pizza in new york is good. yes there are special places that use better ingredients and are really exceptional but the basic slice of cheese sets the standard. it's not fine dining, but local, cheap, dirty pizzerias are a new york classic for good reason. Sure - the slice joints in NYC are better than most cities. Most cities don't even have anything that comes close to Two...
Quote: Originally Posted by scourage is this a real question? in NY? pretty much all the pizza is good. Most of the pizza is shit. The best pizza can be found there though. For Neapolitan: Co and Keste are two newer places with great pies. Grimaldi's and Sally's (the original Harlem one) are two older institutions that still serve decent pizza. I am also partial to Luzzo's truffle-paste margherita. It is a shame the grail pizza...
Quote: Originally Posted by otc Ikea has some shoe trees with a wire spring and plastic ends. They aren't on the same level as cedar trees but they cost $.99 a pair, weigh nothing, and pack easy. In googling them, I found a thread on the fedora lounge where people took issue with the fact that they don't fill out the heel--this is not really an issue. The springs are nowhere near strong enough to have any effect. I don't store my good shoes in...
Or maybe a Prescher triple-axis tourbillon for some virtuoso watchmaking:
An IWC portuguese - classic. But put it on a brown strap instead.
Quote: Originally Posted by MarkI Well thats exactly what i'm going to do now, just breaking off contact for now. Didn't you say that before but fail? This time, be sure to keep it at least a month. You might find at the end of the month that you don't actually have any desire to contact her again.
Re Shahanshah's video, the speaker at 3:07 is asked: "was this an exception that happened to be filmed" and answers "absolutely not - it was completely normal" another question: "did this happen every day?" answer: "every day" But of course, this disdain for Palestinians continue today among the IDF: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sY8dPGiOTGs
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