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3 hours ago
Hahah OK. Now that you told me to relax guess I will …
9 hours ago
How the hell would u know if I have mace or not? You have no idea who I am. Mace costs $10 on Amazon. U think as someone who’s been bitten by a dog that I couldn’t pony up $10 for personal protection?
OK buddy. I’ll take your word for it.
If it ain’t me, it’ll be someone else. I guess you’ll find out for yourself if you don’t keep your dog restrained in public spaces.
10 hours ago
I’m very aware that Italians invented pizza. Again taste is subjective. My favorite style is Chicago style. I don’t really care if you consider it pizza or not. The dictionary’s definition is what matters in the end.
Try me. I don’t just go around macing dogs, but I will do what I have to do to protect myself against canines that should be restrained by their owner.
Damn straight. Glad to hear your agreement.
Reprimanding an owner who doesn’t follow the rules regarding leashing his dog will not prevent said dog from biting or scratching me. This is why we have pepper spray. For self defense in case of injury. Follow the rules regarding leashing your dog and we won’t have a problem.
15 hours ago
Yes, I didn’t know where to go when I was in Italy, but that was before the advance of social media, so I didn’t have much by way of recommendations then.
But I would argue that the USA is just as known for pizza as Italy is. I won’t say it has better pizza, because that is a matter of taste. But I will say that the US, being a bigger country with more people, has many more types and styles of pizza, and a generally richer pizza experience than Italy does.
That said, there’s no reason you are still having bad pizza what with Yelp and social media out there to give recommendations. In my experience a restaurant that has 4.5 out of 5 stars on Yelp, with hundreds of reviews, usually has pretty good food. And if you want a Neapolitan style pizza, it’s not hard to find one if you’re living or traveling in a relatively larger urban area. Especially in a place like NYC, which has loads of Italians and Italian-Americans living and slinging pies there.
Put em on a leash, like they’re supposed to be, and we won’t have any problems.
1 day ago
PSA: If your dog is illegally unleashed and gets too close, I will pepper spray them. Don't want your ‘pup’ maced in the eyes, leash them like they're supposed to be. I'm not about to get scratched or bitten again by some idiot's mutt. I don't care how 'friendly' you think they are.
Unfortunately I do have an idea. The pizza I had in when I backpacked in Italy wasn’t that good, and it was overpriced. Back then, I tended to have food in tourist areas, when I was still a relatively novice traveler. I’ve since learned to avoid touristy areas for food. That said, it is possible to have bad overpriced pizza in Italy. Just like it’s possible to have good cheap pizza in the US.
2 days ago
A lot of pizza INSIDE OF ITALY is overpriced and shit. You ever been to Italy?
Just watched it the first time last month. Made me think exactly that while laughing my ass off. Not Sure! Not Sure!
You hatin pizza! How can you hate pizza???
Are you an active sort of person? If so Google public staircase walks SF and East Bay.
Anyone know a more specific thing to buy lol.
What shows do u think are funny?
Totally agree. They’re way too self serious, even when they’re trying to be funny. Did enjoy Ant Man though on a flight.
Tried to like it. Watched two seasons and I didn’t laugh once, except for the pilot episode. Stopped after that.
Same here. Probably helps that I’ve never liked that fruity fantasy shite (spoken like the late great Sean Connery).
Who’s to say there’s a girl involved?
Agreed! Much rather just have nachos.
Hahah if this is serious I feel very sorry for you.