Quote of the Day, I Eat Bacon-Pineapple Pizza And I Don’t Care edition.

I’ll get grief for that title, sure.  People will confidently tell me that I’m wrong.  But that’s OK: I like what I like. As does this guy:

Faced with uproar at home and a social media storm abroad, the president of Iceland has been forced to clarify his outspoken stance on one of the defining questions of the age: whether pineapple should be allowed on pizza.

Still: the answer is, of course, ‘Yes.’ WITNESS ME!

Moe Lane

PS: Yeah, I know, but they were the first people to report on the conclusion to this story.


Tweet of the Day, …Can This Be TRUE? This Would Change EVERYTHING edition.

I will have to try this on Wednesday.

Well, I can’t try it tomorrow because I don’t have any leftover pizza, of course. So I would have to first buy a pizza, eat some of it, and save the rest for later. Thus: Wednesday.

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Global Warming and White House Pizza Parties.

To quote Glenn Reynolds, “I’ll believe that it’s a problem when the people telling me that it’s a problem start acting like it’s a problem.

Moe Lane

PS: Unlike AoSHQ, I don’t care that a guy was flown in to make the White House some pizzas. Perk of the job. But like AoSHQ, I’d appreciate it if the White House shut up about corporate heads and their jets for a while. Until this story fades, at least. I think that’s reasonable.

Crossposted to RedState.

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