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LOVE FOOD OF AMERICA - PIZZA Dinesh Vora 1. Since 1987, October has been officially designated National Pizza Month in the United States. 2. Approximately three billion pizzas are sold in the United States every year, plus an additional one billion frozen pizzas. 3. Pizza is a $30 billion industry in the United States. 4. Pizzerias represent 17 percent of all U.S. restaurants. 5. Ninety-three percent of Americans eat pizza at least once a month. 6. Women are twice as likely as men to order vegetarian toppings on their pizza. 7. About 36 percent of all pizzas contain pepperoni, making it the most popular topping in the United States. 8. The first known pizzeria, Antica Pizzeria, opened in Naples, Italy, in 1738. 9. More pizza is consumed during the week of the Super Bowl than any other time of the year. 10. On average, each person in the United States eats around 23 pounds of pizza every year. 11. The first pizzeria in the United States was opened by Gennaro Lombardi in 1895 in New York City. 12. The record for the world's largest pizza depends on how you slice it. According to Guinness World Records, the record for the world's largest circular pizza was set at Norwood Hypermarket in South Africa in 1990. The gigantic pie measured 122 feet 8 inches across, weighed 26,883 pounds, and contained 9,920 pounds of flour, 3,968 pounds of cheese, and 1,984 pounds of sauce. In 2005, the record for the world's largest rectangular pizza was set in Iowa Falls, Iowa. Pizza restaurant owner Bill Bahr and a team of 200 helpers created the 129 X 98.6-foot pizza from 4,000 pounds of cheese, 700 pounds of sauce, and 9,500 sections of crust. The enormous pie was enough to feed the town's 5,200 residents ten slices of pizza each.

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The little old lady got on bus and seated herself right behind the bus driver. Every ten minutes or so the lady would stare at the bus driver and ask with loud anxiety, "Have we reached Niagara Falls yet, Son?" "No, lady, not yet. I will let you know," he replied politely , every time she asked but with rising excitation. A few minutes later, she asked again "Are we there yet, son? Have we reached Niagara Falls?" * Once again, he replied "No, not yet. I'll let you know when we get there!" The hours passed, the old woman kept asking for Niagara Falls, and finally the town came into view. Sighing with relief, the driver slammed on the breaks, pulled over and called out, "This is where you get out, lady." "Is this Niagara Falls?" "YES!" he bellowed. "Get out!" "Oh, I'm going all the way to New York, son," she explained sweetly. "It's just that my daughter told me that when we come this far, I should immediately take my Heart medicines or I may die you know."

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A friend and his five-year-old son were heading home after a soccer game. Assuming the boy's subdued mood was due to his team's loss, my friend tried to reassure him that he had done a good job, even though he had played in only part of the game. "But, Dad," the boy said, "the coach told me to sit out for a quarter. And he hasn't paid me yet."

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A Japanese man was arrested for releasing hundreds of worms inside a moving express train to try to scare female passengers, police said. He was arrested on the spot by a patrolling police officer after releasing the creatures. "He would go close to women on the train, any woman, and pour out the worms from containers," said a police spokesman. Local police had been on alert after 18 similar cases of released worms had been reported this month by the same train operator. The culprit had 10 containers in his backpack estimated to contain a total of 3,600 worms, police said.

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"Let us assume," said the professor, "that you are aboard a small craft alone in the Pacific, and you spot a vessel approaching you with several thousand sex-starved sailors on board. What would you do in this situation to avoid any problem?" "I would attempt to turn my craft in the opposite direction," stated the brunette. "I would pass them, trusting my knife and a bottle of mace to keep me safe," responded the redhead. "Frankly" murmured the blonde, "I understand the situation, but I fail to see the problem."