Anyone else get really annoyed when internet ppls act like they just finished writing their dissertation on a certain subject when we all know they just googled the answer and Ctrl+c ctrl+peed the result all over the comment window
@WelI Obviously, while that may be true most of the time, it's impossible for it to be true all of the time, because that would mean that scientists and doctors never use the internet.
Wrong! Pizza's earlier forms come from Ancient Rome, with the modern version coming from 18th century Naples. Lasagna is from Greece, and pasta has been around the Mediterranean since around the 5th century AD. And yes I did just google that all just now
@Secale, to be fair some types of pasta such as spaghetti did originate in China. not to take away from your point tho
@Secale, i believe theyve found pizza or at least something they called pizza in a few Egyptian tombs
@Guy Fawkes, cool, they had beer too. Now I can't get the image out of my head of a pharaoh downing pizza and beer as he watches, I dunno, a chariot race? some things really are as old as time
The Italians toucha my spaghet
What in the h e double hockey sticks did I just read?
@marinebiobry, think Eminem
Its my understanding that pizza was an early 20th century American invention if my memory of my 10th grade history class is still lucid
Anyone know where to buy armor? I want it as a decoration in my dnd room but I don’t want to pay hundreds of dollars for it.
@Rowule, Museumreplicas.com. But for that price, it's going to be about 15in tall desk chaski. I make armor (mostly scale 4:1) as a hobby. All of it is VERY labor intensive, i.e. expensive. If you'd ever care to try it check TheRingLord.com. Fantastic supply house.
@Rowule, I apprenticed for an armor smith (John Gruber of The Surly Anvil) for a half a year. There's a lot of armor smiths out there but a real suit of armor will cost you several thousand dollars.