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Florey slipping down the global charts for pizza consumption

johnboy 20 August 2012 6

The Canberra Times has the moderately depressing news that the Florey Dominos is still Australia’s leading pizza vendor, but has gone from global domination to merely being in the top ten.

So all the vicarious thrill of the Olympic Sports program, but much cheaper, and with a pizza.


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rosscoact rosscoact 7:46 am 22 Aug 12

AsparagusSyndrome said :

268,000 pizzas.

That’s almost 2 billion kilojoules.

Applying some simple formulas from high school physics… That’s approximately the kinetic energy of about 1.4 million white Commodores travelling at 160km/hr, like along Ginninderra Drive, say.

That’s pretty good, don’t know the maths but cannot fault the real-world application.

Now what’s the equivalent with carbon tax?

Comic_and_Gamer_Nerd Comic_and_Gamer_Nerd 6:52 am 22 Aug 12

So gross

AsparagusSyndrome AsparagusSyndrome 10:56 pm 21 Aug 12

268,000 pizzas.

That’s almost 2 billion kilojoules.

Applying some simple formulas from high school physics… That’s approximately the kinetic energy of about 1.4 million white Commodores travelling at 160km/hr, like along Ginninderra Drive, say.

Spykler Spykler 6:58 pm 21 Aug 12

mmmmmm…Jesse, that was spot on- makes the tomato taste 10 times better!

jesse jesse 8:57 pm 20 Aug 12

Try the thin and crispy Margherita pizza with half the cheese at Dominos Weston. Not too salty, not too fatty – just right 🙂

Spykler Spykler 6:32 pm 20 Aug 12

My two thin and crispy Margheritas and a Supreme Pan every Tuesday for 7 years have certainly kicked the sales figures along.

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