Power To The Pizza, Right On!

Ben Terris at National Journal on Herman Cain’s Tea Party straw poll win:

“Cain is a conservative talk show host and former Godfather’s Pizza CEO. If elected president, Cain would supplant Rep. Bobby Schilling (founder of Saint Giuseppe’s Heavenly Pizza) as the most powerful elected pizza man in Washington.”


Author: qcexaminer

None of your damned business.

9 thoughts on “Power To The Pizza, Right On!”

  1. Wow. This is pretty cool.

    I’ve seen people belittle Schilling for being a pizza guy. Apparently owning a pizza restaurant isn’t hard to do?

    I think that these people are gravely mistaking Schilling’s support. Have you been to his pizza place since he won? It’s always packed!

  2. QCE Announces Ads on Blog
    QCE: “Hey, I’m In It For the Benjamins!”

    March 4, 2011
    To be released immediately…

    Moline, IL–QCExaminer, recently named Queen of the QC Blogosphere in a nonpartisan poll, announced that she was ready to bank on her hard work. QCE has introduced advertisements to her blog in an effort to earn extra income.

    “What do you think this is? I’m in it for the money, of course!” QCE said. “I make 3 cents a day off these Foodpress advertisements. That adds up! I’ll have banked almost $10 by the end of the year. Of course I’m doing ads.”

    QCE said she’s stayed away from ads because she wanted to avoid “selling out,” but then she recently realized that she just didn’t care enough to reject free money.

    “If you want to throw away free money, be my guest,” QCE said. “I’m not an idiot. That’s capitalism — deal with it!”

    # # #

  3. I never did see the ad, but it’s probably just as well it disappeared—I’m a fan of foodpress, but please, NO ads—from anywhere or anyone.

  4. Actually the ad tend to appear on any of the wordpress blogs if you are not signed in to your worpress blogging account. I do not know if that holds true for non wordpress customers as well.

  5. I sometimes visit my own blog to check things and it is not uncommon to see an advertisement in the comments section if I have not signed into my account.

  6. Since I rarely look at my blog and mostly work off the dashboard, I had no idea WP was slapping ads on blogs unilaterally.

    Jeez! I’ll have to take a look when I’m not signed in to see what else they’re sneaking in on me! 🙂

  7. I suspect it is an automated computer Google thing since the ads generally state Google Ads. Which makes since since I seem to remember someone telling me that Google bought out WordPress and gave the WordPress braintrust control to operate the system in the manner which they wre already doing. My guess is that this ad system was one of the conditions of the buyout.

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