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Posted on 01/28/2009 3:22:34 PM PST by earlJam
Calzone Complaint Leads To Assault Authorities Say Restaurant Owner Assaulted Customer Who Complained
9:41 am EST January 28, 2009
PALM COAST, Fla. -- An angry restaurant owner pistol-whipped and beat a customer who complained his calzone order was incorrect and requested a refund, authorities said.
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Hey, the calzone Nazi. No calzone for you.
I’ve never been beaten over my calzone!
Does it hurt?
“Leave the gun. Take the cannoli.”
“First, i shall require a calzone of my own.”
Probably not a good idea to get into a dispute at a pizza place called GOOMBAH’S Pizzeria.
I would expect no less from a place named Goomba’s Pizzeria.
Worker : What the hell do I know about cooking a shirt ? What the hell is this? Your paying in pennies ?
You beat me. See #10.
I suspect it is now the ‘out of business’ Goomba’s Pizza.
You don’t like my calzones, you gonna sleep wit da fishes. Boda bing, boda bang!
Great pizza, pasta, calzone and a ton of other food though. Good people to have as friends, very bad people to have as enemies.
I liked them. I loved Brooklyn. Brooklyn was wonderful.
Calling all the troops.
Seinfeld Ping List - The Ping List About Nothing. If you’d like to be on or off this ping list, you must name names!
Or to dip into the tip jar.
What is a calzone?
Calzone Calzone What makes your big head so hard? I love her. I love her just the same Crazy bout that woman cause Calzone is her name [solos]
I’m thinking the customer is now going to get something larger than a refund.
I assume it's soon to be Phinney's Pizza
Haha! That episode is so funny.
Didn’t Louis Jordan sing about it?
No that was Caldonia. No calzone for you.
Make a fresh pizza and fold it in half before you put it into the oven.
% If .. you’re .. whacked in the eye waiting for pizza pie, there’s no more, eh... %
Never mock a Sicilian’s cooking.
I’d think it would be very painful.
Was he just beaten over the calzone or did he get right down into it?
Good thing Chef Boyardee was from Northern Italy.
[George in a meeting at Yankee Stadium]
GEORGE: I believe the doors on the bathroom stalls, here at the stadium, don't offer much by way of privacy. But I was thinking if we extend the doors all the way to the floors......
MR. STEINBRENNER: All the way to the floor! What are you crazy! You'd suffocate in there. Your lucky you have any doors at all. You know when I was in the army...... Hey Costanza. What's that your eating over there? It looks pretty tasty.
GEORGE: It's a calzone, sir.
MR. STEINBRENNER: A calzone huh. Pass it down here. Let's have a look at at it. I want a little taste. Come on, come on. Pass it down here. That's a good boy. Okay. What's in this thing?
GEORGE: Uh. Cheese, pepperoni, eggplant.
MR. STEINBRENNER: Eggplant. Yes. That's a hell of a thing. Okay let's get back to business. Okay here you go. Very good, very good. Excellent. excellent calzone you got there Costanza. Okay a little jealous now. Okay lets go. Ok last week....... You know that eggplant was very good. Everybody out. I got eggplant on my mind. Costanza get me couple of those calzones right now. Pronto. Move out. Pigstein what's an eggplant calzone. Must have one. Everybody out. Out.
[Jerry and George at the coffee shop]
GEORGE: There putting in a lost and found because of me. There's a time limit but still.
JERRY: There really building a Utopian society up there huh.And you tribute all this to the calzone.
GEORGE: Yeah. I am like a drug dealer. I got the guy hooked. I am having lunch at his desk everyday this week. He doesn't make a move without me. It's very exciting.
JERRY: With you two guys at the helm. The last piece of the puzzle is in place.
GEORGE: So let me ask you a question about the tip jar. I had a little thing with the calzone guy this week. I go to drop a buck in the tip jar and just as I am about to drop it in he looks the other way. And then when I am leaving he gives me this look think thanks for nothing. I mean if they don't notice it what's the point.
JERRY: So you don't make it a habit of giving to the blind.
GEORGE: Not bills.
[George at Pisano's]
WORKER: Number 49.
GEORGE: You know my last name is Costanza. That's Italian. So you and I are like country men. Pisano's!
WORKER: $ 6.50 your change.
GEORGE: And I always take care of my Pisano's. So here is a little something. (drop in tip and worker looks the other way, so George decides to take it out and try again only to get caught)
WORKER: Hey! You steal my money!!
GEORGE: No no. That's not what I was trying to do.
WORKER: I know what you try to do. Get out. Don't ever come back ever.
[Kramer at Pisano's]
[Kramer at Pisano's] KRAMER: Hey. It's really wet out there.
WORKER: What can I get you?
KRAMER: I here you make a pretty mean calzone.
KRAMER: Yeah calzone.
WORKER: The best!
KRAMER: All right. Lay them on me. I'll take three.
WORKER: Three calzones.
KRAMER: Hey. That's a big oven. Huh. Listen. I was wondering if you could do me a favor.
[Kramer at Pisano's]
WORKER: Your order is ready. Three calzones and one shirt and jacket.
KRAMER: Oh. This is all burned up. Look at this.
WORKER: What the hell do I know about cooking a shirt? What the hell is this? Your paying in pennies?
KRAMER: That's all I got.
WORKER: No. You have to have bills. Paper money. You can't pay with this.
KRAMER: I told you this is all I got.
WORKER: Then no calzones.
(Worker and Kramer yelling at each other back and forth in Italian)
[George's office at Yankee Stadium]
GEORGE: What happened? Where have you been?< /SEINFELD - The Calzone>
KRAMER: The guy wouldn't give them to me because I wanted to pay in change.
GEORGE: What the hell happened to your shirt?
KRAMER: He overcooked it. It's ruined.
GEORGE: Your clothes smell just like Pisano's. There's another Italian place on Jerome. Maybe I can fool him...
Was he beaten WITH a calzone?
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