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Online DCFan

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80 percent of your posts sound like a Medicare commercial  :poke:

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My, you are Nasty.  But you will be old some day too ....

80 percent of your posts sound like a Medicare commercial  :poke:

Offline GburgNatsFan

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:clap:

80 percent of your posts sound like a Medicare commercial  :poke:

Offline Dave in Fairfax

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Why is Papa John's acting like they invented the calzone?

Offline GburgNatsFan

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Because most people that live here, unless they're from NY/NJ or Philly don't know what a calzone is.

Why is Papa John's acting like they invented the calzone?

Offline skippy1999

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Because most people that live here, unless they're from NY/NJ or Philly don't know what a calzone is.

? I live in Florida and there are calzones at every Italian restaurant and pizza chain and have been for years.

Offline mitlen

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? I live in Florida and there are calzones at every Italian restaurant and pizza chain and have been for years.

W. PA has a few as well.     :P

Offline GburgNatsFan

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? I live in Florida and there are calzones at every Italian restaurant and pizza chain and have been for years.

Don't be so literal. :)

Online DCFan

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Nicola's Pizza in Rehoboth Beach Del has their version of the calzone called the Nic-O-Boli. It is yummy.

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I thought the Papa John's thing was their version of a quesadilla?

Offline GburgNatsFan

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Nicola's Pizza in Rehoboth Beach Del has their version of the calzone called the Nic-O-Boli. It is yummy.

That would be a version of a stromboli.

Skippy, are you feeling me now?  :mg:

Offline Natsinpwc

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W. PA has a few as well.     :P
Believe it or not they are in Philly also.

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? I live in Florida and there are calzones at every Italian restaurant and pizza chain and have been for years.
They all moved there from the northeast.

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? I live in Florida and there are calzones at every Italian restaurant and pizza chain and have been for years.
Tony and Lucille's.

Offline mitlen

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Believe it or not they are in Philly also.

Amazing.    ;)

Offline Dave in Fairfax

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I thought the Papa John's thing was their version of a quesadilla?

In their "Riddle" commercial - https://www.ispot.tv/ad/ZW6C/papa-johns-papadias-riddle - they ask who should get credit, the inventor of pizza or the inventor of folding. A folded pizza is a calzone. I suppose one could argue that a quesadilla is basically a Mexican calzone.