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jeffrackmo

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Re: Indiana pizza history
« Reply #15 on: December 15, 2017, 11:00:28 AM »
@blksabbath Almost looks like IMO's (The square beyond compare)... agree???  Edge to edge sauce and toppings with the special 5 blend cheese...  nom nom....

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jeffrackmo

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Re: Indiana pizza history
« Reply #16 on: December 15, 2017, 11:02:10 AM »
I grew up in Floyds Knobs, In and Pizza King was a huge part of my memories. I remember when my 8th grade school year ended a few of my buddies and I would ride our bikes to a strawberry patch at 6am and pick them till noon and get paid by the gallon. When we finished we would ride our bikes, with our days earnings in hand, to Gibsonís market and by baseball cards then go across the street to Pizza King and order a pizza for lunch. Man, were those some great times!!!


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78 22.5,  EE Code SSPs w/GA Black X 2 and Red,  05 WSM 18.5 on an SSP cart, 93 SJ, 01 SJ  Warsteiner, 08 SJ CnB Green, CM code 22.5 Premium Copper, 91 SJ  Jimmy Dean, O Code 22.5, E Code SJ, 94' GA Marlboro LP, PBR Mini, AH Code Bud Light SJ, DR Blue OTG, 74 n 75 3 wheeler Weathered Warrior 2 Q's