I can't believe the Philadelphia office doesn't lead with "Rodney."
Wanted to give someone else the chance to pile up the Likes.
The little guy with the pizza on his spear.
I'll have to second Paul. The town I grew up in, Garden City, Michigan, has the distinction of being the home of the world's first Little Ceasar's and the world's first K-Mart, both opened in 1962. That's right, I grew up in the white trash test market to the world. You're welcome.The real reason to second Paul's answer, is that the pizza empire gave Mr. Ilitch the funds to invest in hockey and baseball. The chances of two trophies sitting in his office 11/1/12? 10-15% would be my guess.--bd
Sid and his Murderer's Row of writers.
Also, if anyone wants to start counting, Roddy McDowell over Andy Serkis.--bd
Julius. Today is my birthday and I delivered my second kid 6 weeks ago via c-section.
<span>Once the kid is moving around, be sure to keep your windows closed, given that the kid will be trying to leave the house though them. --bd</span>
Congratulations! I was going to say the procedure as well.
Flickerman, mainly because when I was reading "Catching Fire" on a plane, his interview with Peeta made me gasp out loud. My seatmate, a total stranger, looked up in alarm, saw what I was reading, and asked, "Did Peeta just say Katniss was pregnant?"
<span>Yeah, given the fact that we live in a time when my children's ginormous 99th% percentile skulls didn't kill my wife right from the get go, I guess I have to actually go with this as well. --bd</span>
Congratulations, and happy birthday! It's my birthday too - my parents always said they were going to name me Ida.
The drink. I'm not a huge fan of them myself, but they were invented right here in Calgary. Represent! (Unreleated... Also invented in Calgary: ginger beef.)
Congratulations AND Happy Birthday!
Agree with Randy. The drink FTW. I prefer a pickled bean, instead of celery though. It just adds that last bit of zing. Mmmm, clam juice.
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Congrats! (Both our kids were c-section babies too.)
Anything but the haircut. I'm so glad that's cycled out of fashion for a while.
Happy birthday to you!
Congratulations! Happy Birthday!
Et tu, Crouton?
Happy birthday, and mazel tov on your little MacDuff!
No person named Caesar has won an Oscar, though Adolph Caesar was justly nominated for best supporting actor in "A Soldier's Story."Other close calls:1953's "Julius Caesar" did win the Academy Award for Best Art Direction and Marlon Brando was nominated for best actor as Mark AntonyRex Harrison was nominated for best actor as Julius Caesar in 1963's "Cleopatra."
SID is the only answer.But my mother told me never to run with Caesars.And oh yeah, that swedish band with multiple names: The Caesars, Caesar's Place ot Twelve Caesars is pretty catchy
I am not convinced I should admit this...but..... I was thinking I would come to the comment section to find out who has the best Caesar Salad.True story.OUCH.
As long as it doesn't have chicken, they're all good.