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Comment Re:My vote: Wooster Street in New Haven, Conn. (Score 1) 920

Another vote for Pepe's/The Spot white clam apizza. Their other (red) pizzas are good, but I've had as good or better in New York, Italy, or elsewhere. There's something about the white clam apizza, though, that has convinced many a native New Yorker that the best pizza is not in New York, but in New Haven.

Sally's is garbage, though, and should be served at the kid's table with the Pizza Hut and the Chicago pies.

(Only half joking.)

Comment WoW exploration (Score 1) 346

My WoW guild prides itself on holding guild meetings in places players really weren't meant to go. For example, one meeting was held in the mountains above Orgrimmar. The only way to get there is to leap from Winterspring all the way across Azshara -- that is, all the way across a zone. Engineering priests and warlocks are crucial.

Comment Re:First post? (Score 2, Informative) 274

I wouldn't mind being able to record my own "podcasts" off of the waves from NPR.
I haven't checked them out with any great frequency so I don't know if they lag at all, but I think all those programs you mention have podcasts available. They might be available directly from NPR, but I know that they are available for free in the podcast section of iTMS.

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