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    Re: Pizza parlor’s giveaway sparks heated debate

    Quote Originally Posted by Ikari View Post
    Chicago style pizza is the best!
    No surprise there. Of course libertarians are going to like deep dish. They love all the cheese stuck inside the bread.

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    Re: Pizza parlor’s giveaway sparks heated debate

    Quote Originally Posted by Ockham View Post
    I'm not opposed to liberals laughing. I laugh at them daily.... communication is only the core of community if the communities communicate. Too often, pockets of communities only communicate within their own... let me reiterate: As a conservative, the OP sounds fine to me - it's very American, very capitalist, and I could care less.
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    When you dishonor tradition, you corrode due process.

    Are you familiar with postmodernism? Communities can't exist without communication. Literally, you need common unity expressed through semantic values.

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    Re: Pizza parlor’s giveaway sparks heated debate

    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonfly View Post
    Pizza parlor
    So conservatives have a problem with this?
    Really? I thought conservatives were all for a free market and allowing a business owner to run his/her business as they wish?
    Is this a problem?
    What if a company that sells beer would give away free beer if you ordered in German? Would that be an issue?
    Free Chinese food if you ordered in Chinese?
    Free cheese is you order in French?
    Is this the kind of crap that makes politicians look like fools?
    I'm just lost as to why this pizza place is getting flack over this.
    On the flip side - it's fantastic advertising and marketing.
    Thoughts?
    I'd use Google Tranlsate and get to munching.

    How hard can it be to ask for a pizza in Spanish?
    I do business with all sots of people. I honestly don't have the time to give a crap about the politics, religion, or w/e else about the guy who sells me pizzas. I am just concerned about the pizza.

    I mean if I found out that the guy was running a pre-school prostitute ring or selling dope while disguised as a nun, I'd turn him in. w/e. But I don't care if the guy wants to build a fence to keep out the Russians and wants to elect Sasquatch to the US senate. If the pizza's good pizza, that's my main concern when purchasing pizza.
    I may be wrong.

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    Re: Pizza parlor’s giveaway sparks heated debate

    Quote Originally Posted by Daktoria View Post
    No surprise there. Of course libertarians are going to like deep dish. They love all the cheese stuck inside the bread.
    You cannot turn Chicago Style Pizza into a political talking point. It is above that and offers nothing but cheesy goodness to fill your heart with joy.
    You know the time is right to take control, we gotta take offense against the status quo

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    Re: Pizza parlor’s giveaway sparks heated debate

    Quote Originally Posted by Ikari View Post
    You cannot turn Chicago Style Pizza into a political talking point. It is above that and offers nothing but cheesy goodness to fill your heart with joy.
    What's your position on gay marriage?

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    Re: Pizza parlor’s giveaway sparks heated debate

    Quote Originally Posted by Ikari View Post
    You cannot turn Chicago Style Pizza into a political talking point. It is above that and offers nothing but cheesy goodness to fill your heart with joy.
    Are you suggesting that there is no such thing as the pizza vote in Chicago?

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    Re: Pizza parlor’s giveaway sparks heated debate

    Quote Originally Posted by winston53660 View Post
    Are you suggesting that there is no such thing as the pizza vote in Chicago?
    In Chicago everyone and everything can vote 4 or more times.
    You know the time is right to take control, we gotta take offense against the status quo

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    Re: Pizza parlor’s giveaway sparks heated debate

    Quote Originally Posted by Daktoria View Post
    What's your position on gay marriage?
    Pizza tastes better.
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    Re: Pizza parlor’s giveaway sparks heated debate

    Quote Originally Posted by Deuce View Post
    Pizza tastes better.
    I agree, but only if its Italian.

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    Re: Pizza parlor’s giveaway sparks heated debate

    I wonder what percentage of their clientele already order pizza in spanish?
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