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02-11-2014, 02:45 PM
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Anyone here watch True Detective?

The show got off to a slow start, but it's getting seriously good. Sunday's episode was the best thing I've watched since Breaking Bad...
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It wasnt a well-known fact a couple years ago, though food blogs since may have ruined the secret.

If tofu/soy are generally available at other locations, it likely will be available at this one.
It isn't though. It is something they are testing out in certain areas of the country but if this is a test kitchen maybe they would be in on it. Not a big deal though, its not for me, I love that sweet sweet barbacoa.

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I've lived not too far away from Di Fara's my entire life and I've never been. Isn't it like $5 a slide or something like that? Also heard the lines are insane.
Yeah, you need to fix that immediately. My friends and I regularly trek down there from the Bronx just for Di Fara's. We waited an hour and a half last week and it was completely worth it.

The thing to keep in mind with Di Fara's is that the place isn't going to be serving food like this forever, that's why I encourage everyone to go there now. Once Dom goes, it's all over. I'm sure the family will try to continue the business but it won't be the same.

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I saw you lurking the UT last night, you heard my recording?


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Got me drunk, man. It completed its task. And I don't even feel hungover!

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Benny Tudinos in Hoboken has HUGE slices. Always get them with the hot peppers.


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True Detective is currently one of two shows I make time for. The other, Community.

The six-minute tracking shot at the end of episode 4 was a remarkable feat of TV cinematography. Direction has been top notch. And the show works on so many levels, it has a little bit of everything you might want. I'm dying to see how this all plays out. My theory for the moment is that Cohle and Hart didn't catch the mastermind behind the '95 deaths. They caught someone involved, for sure, but were forced to close the book early because of pressure from above, from Governor Tuttle and his cousin, who frankly I think is involved on the cult side of things. Too many mentions of Tuttle in a show that has a keen eye for detail. My biggest questions are 1) why did Cohle go off the grid for eight years and 2) why did he resurface in 2010. Great TV.


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Pizza outside the tri state area WOAT

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True Detective is currently one of two shows I make time for. The other, Community.

The six-minute tracking shot at the end of episode 4 was a remarkable feat of TV cinematography. Direction has been top notch. And the show works on so many levels, it has a little bit of everything you might want. I'm dying to see how this all plays out. My theory for the moment is that Cohle and Hart didn't catch the mastermind behind the '95 deaths. They caught someone involved, for sure, but were forced to close the book early because of pressure from above, from Governor Tuttle and his cousin, who frankly I think is very involved on the occult side. Too many mentions of Tuttle in a show that has a keen eye for detail. My biggest questions are 1) why did Cohle go off the grid for eight years and 2) why did he resurface in 2010. Great TV.
Yeah, it definitely seems like they're setting up Reggie Ledoux to be the fall guy for the murders. Regarding Cohle, I'm not sure if he goes off the grid voluntarily or gets kicked off the force. I mean, he was doing every drug known to man this past episode. Maybe he gets drug tested at some point. Maybe Hart rats him out. Who knows, Cohle did give Hart some false hope by deliberately lying to him about his chance to reconcile with his wife. Maybe it catches up with him. One thing we do know is that the current investigators are still in the dark about Cohle's undercover op.

And to answer #2, I think they've hinted that at least 1 new murder with the same MO has happened, presumably while whoever Hart and Cohle put away is still in jail.

And yes, that 6-minute scene was one of the best pieces of cinematography I've ever seen.

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Was quite disappointed with the Pizza I had in Boston (granted it was just one place).

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Anthony's Coal Fired Pizza = BOAT.

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The pizza down here is terrible.

The last time I had good pizza was 2 years ago.

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The pizza down here is terrible.

The last time I had good pizza was 2 years ago.
Where? At skaters world?

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But seriously, Vinnie's Pizza in Wayne was the best around IMO. Colombo's in Lincoln Park was good too.

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This may be blasphemous but for something different, I like Two Boots' pizza. Cornmeal crust.

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But seriously, Vinnie's Pizza in Wayne was the best around IMO. Colombo's in Lincoln Park was good too.
They opened a new one up the street where the Blockbuster used to be. Anthony Franco's. Theirs is better.

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DiFara's only has a long line if you want a pie. If you ask for a few slices, you'll get it within minutes.

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Lived in LA once. Finding good coffee/pizza was nearly impossible. Finding good $0.75 coffee and $1-2 pizza was impossible. Great sushi though.

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This may be blasphemous but for something different, I like Two Boots' pizza. Cornmeal crust.
Crease, I LOVE Two Boots. My favorite pizza place in Manhattan (So, essentially the world).

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They opened a new one up the street where the Blockbuster used to be. Anthony Franco's. Theirs is better.
I remember a buddy of mine telling me that not too long ago. I'm definitely keeping that in mind for the next time I fly up there. I'm biased towards Vinnie's, but my friend said the same thing about theirs being a bit better.

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Good pizza in NY isn't a given. There is not a single good pizza place in Albany. Chinese too for that matter

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One of the few good things about NJ is the quality of the pizza.

It's pretty great.

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