Don’t Call It A Comeback

Again, another recycled title. After eleven years I’ve clearly run out of creativity.

Last night I joined ITP-Reader Stacy, Aron, Bill, and long-time-no-see Flickr Friend Alan at Cameli’s in L5P for trivia.

We decided to change things up a bit:

We sat upstairs on the “patio”. It was a beautiful evening to be up there.

We ordered the Monster Pizza.
It's Too Big
Yes, the five of us finished it, though some of my compadres did leave pizza bones behind. We almost didn’t order the Monster Pizza when we found out that it was $37, and $8 per topping. However, with $30 house cash we decided to live large.

And finally we decided not to be in first place at the end of the first half of play. In fact, we were in third… Further , we were in second place going into the final question. But, the assembled cast of nerds manage to answer nine out of ten parts on the final question correctly to complete the comeback. Oh wait, I said don’t call it a comeback…

Theater Going Tonight
Originally I had a ticket for tomorrow night’s performance of “F. Buch Minster Fuller” at Theatrical Outfit. But, since tomorrow is getaway day for me I decided to push my attendance to tonight. Hopefully traffic won’t be so shitty that I cannot attend.

Damn Rain
Looks like rain is moving into our area tonight/tomorrow, there goes my plan to get a long bike ride in prior to heading south. Dangen!

Anyway, there probably will be blog entries on Monday and Tuesday whilst I am in Florida. If not, I apologize in advance.

Paulie [eatl/ga]

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7 Responses to Don’t Call It A Comeback

  1. Barb says:

    $37 for the cheese, then $8 per topping? As long as it was good, I think it would be worth it. How many inches?

    Glad to hear you pulled off the win, what was the final question?

    We had massage night last night – my pinched nerve is getting better, but isn’t gone yet. Decided to make some carnitas in the crock pot, the pork was tasty & went well with some margaritas. (note to self, we need more tequila for the bar before we can make more)

    This weekend- not sure what is on the agenda – hoping for some bike riding, somewhere. Would like to mtn bike, but I see its supposed to rain again tonight.

  2. Stacy says:

    The final question was to name 10 movies that start with “The Man Who”…. by giving us two actors who were in each of the movies. Yeah. Crazy, right? Luckily the men on my team are geniuses because I only knew one.

    It was indeed a good pizza. I enjoyed it at least! I don’t think we’ll ever go the Monster Pizza route again, but it was fun to say we tried it at least once.

    Rainbows are throwing up all over my ‘hood this weekend, so y’all should come on down and get in on the fun. *grin* Hopefully the rain holds off for the parades.

  3. Paulie [eatl/ga] says:

    It was good, but for me not worth the money.

    For the final question we were given a list of 10 movies, with the years they were released and two stars who were in it. We were told that each movie’s title started with “The Man Who” and we had to give the rest of the title for each.

  4. Paulie [eatl/ga] says:

    At least our stories are the same. 🙂

    According to Cameli’s website the pizza is 28 inches.

  5. Guess what today was, free pizza lunch.

    I’ve now had pizza for two dinners and a lunch in the past three days. Good thing it’s one of my favorite foods.

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  7. bob says:

    Glad to see you pressing on with the blog.

    Super giant pizza looks awesome! I would like to try it but would need a large crowd to finish it.

    Cyclocross on Saturday in Athens, Laura is running a race on Sunday morning so may be looking for a late morning/early afternoon mtn bike ride.

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