I have two favorite things: pasta and tomatoes. I am not ashamed to admit that each of these foods bring me joy. They are perfect examples of the power of sensory experience. I am proud of our ability to see through the senses.
The first is the power of the senses to bring us to life. The second is the power of the senses to create the world as we experience it.
My own favorite food is pizza. I have never really been able to get my head around the fact that some people are going to get a headache if you eat pizza. Also, pizza is delicious.
It would be wrong to suggest that I am a pizza nut, but I am pretty happy eating the best pizza in the world. Just don’t eat it all at once because you will get sick.
The fact is that the best pizza in the world is not in a restaurant. It’s in your own kitchen, probably with a few slices of pizza in a bowl or with a slice of pizza in a box. I’d wager on the fact that the only problem with pizza is that it’s in a box.
I think that I just ate a slice of pizza from a box.
We have to laugh at the fact that we get to eat pizza without getting sick at all. For those of us who make it a point to only eat pizza from a bowl, we would be seriously screwed if we got sick from eating pizza from a box. We should try to get sick from eating pizza from a box, but we will probably live (and probably die) long enough for the pizza to be eaten in a box.
This is a good example of a good idea that hasn’t gotten much play. Many years ago, a small town decided that they wanted to be a pizza place. So they built a pizza shop in their town. And they let the pizza guys who are from other towns come in and eat pizza from the store. They didn’t offer anything special like toppings or sauces or anything. They just gave the pizza and sold the dough.
This idea was well put together, and it was one of the better ideas we saw that year. However, it has since become a popular meme, and we’ve heard of the pizza shop making pizza from the dough they sold. It’s the same as the store that gave us pizza. And we’re the people who got the dough.