Wednesday, September 23rd, 2009

On The Front Lines In Pittsburgh

'C' is also for 'cat urine'Local shopkeepers address the possibility of violent protests during the upcoming G20 summit: "At Enrico Biscotti, Lagattuta expects the best but understands the potential for disruption. He said he isn't worried and expects his locally made cookies to appeal to everyone. 'If a protester wants to spray somebody with cat urine, come and get a cookie first,' he said. 'Everybody needs a cookie.'" Very true!

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Abe Sauer (#148)

Pull quote of the month right there. Wow.

brent_cox (#40)

I would like the follow-up story from Enrico Biscotti during the actual summit, when the cat urine is flying.

fek (#93)


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Mindpowered (#948)

Honestly the coin draw prize should be tagging posts for the awl for the day.

Meeg (#309)

like life can get any worse for the people of pittsburg than it is now.

brad (#1,678)

brilliant. now, where's my cat urine cookie?

riotnrrd (#840)

Also? Enrico's biscotti are totally awesome, although their almond macaroons are better. Also! The rather bad Scott Baio movie "The Bread, My Sweet" was directed by the bakery owner's wife, based on a story about the sweet old couple that lived upstairs.

The more you know (about Pittsburgh)!

mathnet (#27)

Yes! And Larry (obviously) catered.

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