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#304 - I don't think it's really fair to blame the Soviet government …  [+] (4 new replies) 07/03/2016 on Perception is important 0
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#324 - aytoktonik (07/03/2016) [-]
Ypu are right about the bigest part of what you said .
But the bigest part of the disorganization was Stalin's fault .
Purging a shit ton of his officers for political reasons and not mobilizing well trained or at least tested in combat troops
Stalin did not mobilize the arctic units of the red army which were considered the most crafty in tactics etc. for the finish invasion yet he mobilized many new recruits from countries such as Georgia that were just farmers before untrained and unused to the more harsh finish conditions they easily lost to the finish The big fins are death machines crap is a myth with a correct deployment Finland would be over in 3 weeks max and the above is just an example of his fuckery .
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#327 - shameonapony (07/03/2016) [-]
I mean, Stalin's industrialization plan is a big part of their ability to come around in the war.

You're right, he fucked up a lot of logistics, but after WW1 the Russians were so far behind the rest of Europe as far as technology and organization goes. At the start of WW2, the standard equipment for the Red Army had barely changed, and since Stalin thought that the Molotov-Ribbentrop pact would last longer, they didn't get the chance to prepare and modernize better.

Stalin's poor leadership was an issue, but the under-equipped Soviet men and women weren't given much of a chance anyways.
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#331 - aytoktonik (07/03/2016) [-]
Yep the industrialization was surely very good for a Russia that was still technologically behind WW1 I give him credit before that Russia was nothing more that a 3rd world country .
But the mass purging of his officers cause they were trotskyist or something close to it resulted in a red army not able to follow Tukhachevsky's and other theorists strategies and relied on simple tactics old theory and attrition warfare .
I mean yeah they were under-equipped as fuck but the choice to follow a better strategy theory could have saved some lives of both soldiers and civilians alike .
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#321 - Airmanator (07/03/2016) [-]
Actually order 227 (Not one step back) did result int he mass execution of Russian soldiers who fell back or failed to show suicidal resolve in battle.

You're right, the T-34 was the right tool for the time but had some serious oversights that lended it to be a double-edged sword: for example the escape hatches. Because of its low profile and sloped armor the escape hatches were placed in such a way that half of the crew couldn't bail out and would thusly perish -- not that loss of life was a concern, they needed armor on the field and they did exactly that.

And I'm not taking away from from the Soviets because they were communist, I'm simply stating that they were only able to hold the line because their troops and civilians were essentially mass meat shields to slow the German advance.
#32 - You clearly misunderstand the action being explained. …  [+] (10 new replies) 07/02/2016 on /o/ drives a manual -10
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#33 - jdogtwoptzero (07/02/2016) [-]
No, no I understand just fine. I just didn't think they'd let any old clown get ASE certified. Then again, there are plenty of shitty garages and mechanics out there. I guess common sense isn't a requirement. Troll or not, I don't like seeing misinformation spread like this.

Hopefully anyone reading this realizes this is the wrong way to operate a manual vehicle. Riding the clutch will seriously shorten its life span. I'm out
#108 - slickey (07/02/2016) [-]
I completely agree with you on all points. Don't let yourself get agitated by faggots who never drove stick in the first place
#64 - autoxx (07/02/2016) [-]
If they do that, I'd like to see the 'tards try to double clutch...

They'd sure never drive MY car.
Hell, it pisses me off when people sit at a light holding the clutch pedal in and it's only a little extra wear on the throw-out bearing.
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#53 - greyhoundfd (07/02/2016) [-]
>>#3
>>#10
>>#16
>>#27
Holy fuck, I drive automatic and even I know that using the clutch to hold still is awful for the car.

This isn't a preference thing. It's not like using two feet for the pedals where, you know, it's unconventional and not a great idea but you won't kill yourself. Clutch holding will burn out your transmission and you will wreck your car. It might not do it in that instance, it might not do it in a year, but if you use your clutch as a brake, you are guaranteeing that your car will be ruined when you try to sell it.

God, what pisses me off even more is that anyone would ever teach someone specifically to do this rather than teach them to use all the pedals effectively. It's like teaching someone they can drive through a stop sign without stopping if no one's there, or that the speed limit can be ignored when there are no cops. Yeah, these are the easy ways to drive, but they're not the safe ones, and using the clutch to hold the car is one of the most dangerous things to do. My dad did that when he was a kid, the car starting smoking and he nearly rolled backwards down the hill.
#117 - creator incarnate (07/02/2016) [-]
"Holy fuck, I drive automatic and even I know that using the clutch to hold still is awful for the car."

Wow, you simply know this... Gee that means you must be right about everything, this certainly isn't the sam circlejerk logic the sjw's or fat acceptance movement's like to use.
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#122 - greyhoundfd (07/02/2016) [-]
Wow, it's almost like even though I drive automatic I know how to drive manual but simply prefer the other.
#123 - creator incarnate (07/02/2016) [-]
So, you if you 'know' how to drive manual have you ever blown a clutch then?
I never questioned if you knew how to, I simply don't care...
But claiming you 'know' something is simply not good evidence for proving that is the case.

I've never known it to happen with anyone I know, and since we all drive manual and are all taught to use the clutch for things like this (and tested on it for our drivers license) that would seem very improbable wouldn't it?
Or maybe it's just that we are actually taught the proper method to do it?
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#124 - greyhoundfd (07/02/2016) [-]
What's next, I shouldn't be trusted about how the steering wheel works because I "just know" that you turn it to change the direction of the car? You don't fucking hold your car using the clutch, it's awful for it and can ruin the car.
#39 - anon (07/02/2016) [-]
Considering a majority of my drive home is uphill, and I drive standard, my clutch should of been burnt out about 2 years ago. And it doesn't slip even a little.

P.S; Either drop a transmission and take out a clutch to see how it works (like I do, every. fucking. day) or shut the hell up.
#36 - anon (07/02/2016) [-]
Walmart mechanics ITT

Learn to use all three pedals at once, I don't want to smell your burning clutch.
#30 - As an ASE certified mechanic who has owned 3 seperate manual v…  [+] (13 new replies) 07/02/2016 on /o/ drives a manual +4
#97 - anon (07/02/2016) [-]
I c what u did th3r3
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#31 - jdogtwoptzero (07/02/2016) [-]
Seriously, I want to see you actually say it's okay to rest your car on the clutch on a hill while you're waiting to start moving again. I mean, if that's the case then why bother taking your foot off the brakes too while you're at it. If you can just drag the clutch all willy nilly without dramatically shortening its life span, then I guess you can do the same with your brakes too. I mean the principal between the two is the same right?

Do you work at a garage? If so can you tell me which one and where? I want to know so in the off chance I actually need a mechanic to do some repairs for me I can stay the fuck away from you.
#32 - shameonapony (07/02/2016) [-]
You clearly misunderstand the action being explained.

Since you are too stupid to understand the concept of how you are supposed to rest your car on a hill, maybe you shouldn't drive manual.

Look at all the text you're sending me, you know too much salt can kill you, right?
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#33 - jdogtwoptzero (07/02/2016) [-]
No, no I understand just fine. I just didn't think they'd let any old clown get ASE certified. Then again, there are plenty of shitty garages and mechanics out there. I guess common sense isn't a requirement. Troll or not, I don't like seeing misinformation spread like this.

Hopefully anyone reading this realizes this is the wrong way to operate a manual vehicle. Riding the clutch will seriously shorten its life span. I'm out
#108 - slickey (07/02/2016) [-]
I completely agree with you on all points. Don't let yourself get agitated by faggots who never drove stick in the first place
#64 - autoxx (07/02/2016) [-]
If they do that, I'd like to see the 'tards try to double clutch...

They'd sure never drive MY car.
Hell, it pisses me off when people sit at a light holding the clutch pedal in and it's only a little extra wear on the throw-out bearing.
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#53 - greyhoundfd (07/02/2016) [-]
>>#3
>>#10
>>#16
>>#27
Holy fuck, I drive automatic and even I know that using the clutch to hold still is awful for the car.

This isn't a preference thing. It's not like using two feet for the pedals where, you know, it's unconventional and not a great idea but you won't kill yourself. Clutch holding will burn out your transmission and you will wreck your car. It might not do it in that instance, it might not do it in a year, but if you use your clutch as a brake, you are guaranteeing that your car will be ruined when you try to sell it.

God, what pisses me off even more is that anyone would ever teach someone specifically to do this rather than teach them to use all the pedals effectively. It's like teaching someone they can drive through a stop sign without stopping if no one's there, or that the speed limit can be ignored when there are no cops. Yeah, these are the easy ways to drive, but they're not the safe ones, and using the clutch to hold the car is one of the most dangerous things to do. My dad did that when he was a kid, the car starting smoking and he nearly rolled backwards down the hill.
#117 - creator incarnate (07/02/2016) [-]
"Holy fuck, I drive automatic and even I know that using the clutch to hold still is awful for the car."

Wow, you simply know this... Gee that means you must be right about everything, this certainly isn't the sam circlejerk logic the sjw's or fat acceptance movement's like to use.
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#122 - greyhoundfd (07/02/2016) [-]
Wow, it's almost like even though I drive automatic I know how to drive manual but simply prefer the other.
#123 - creator incarnate (07/02/2016) [-]
So, you if you 'know' how to drive manual have you ever blown a clutch then?
I never questioned if you knew how to, I simply don't care...
But claiming you 'know' something is simply not good evidence for proving that is the case.

I've never known it to happen with anyone I know, and since we all drive manual and are all taught to use the clutch for things like this (and tested on it for our drivers license) that would seem very improbable wouldn't it?
Or maybe it's just that we are actually taught the proper method to do it?
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#124 - greyhoundfd (07/02/2016) [-]
What's next, I shouldn't be trusted about how the steering wheel works because I "just know" that you turn it to change the direction of the car? You don't fucking hold your car using the clutch, it's awful for it and can ruin the car.
#39 - anon (07/02/2016) [-]
Considering a majority of my drive home is uphill, and I drive standard, my clutch should of been burnt out about 2 years ago. And it doesn't slip even a little.

P.S; Either drop a transmission and take out a clutch to see how it works (like I do, every. fucking. day) or shut the hell up.
#36 - anon (07/02/2016) [-]
Walmart mechanics ITT

Learn to use all three pedals at once, I don't want to smell your burning clutch.
#28 - My father taught me it as 'Hill holding' 07/02/2016 on /o/ drives a manual 0
#27 - The idea is to stop you from having to lift your foot off the …  [+] (22 new replies) 07/02/2016 on /o/ drives a manual -8
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#50 - coolwearm (07/02/2016) [-]
cant you just hold your foot on the break, then when the light is about to turn green press the clutch, put it in first, bring right up to the catch point then right as the light turns green engage the clutch to not roll and then move your foot to the accelerater or at least thats what i do
#62 - naiks (07/02/2016) [-]
If you do this in a petrol car you won't have enough power at idle to keep the revs up and the car will stall and you will roll back. In a petrol to stay standing on a hill you need a bit of gas as well so that the car doesn't stall
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#66 - toosexyforyou (07/02/2016) [-]
And yet people prefer manual? Right.... lets not pretend that you're not driving manual to prove you've got a big dick.
#98 - anon (07/02/2016) [-]
Don't need manual to prove I have a big dick, my dick does that for me
#65 - autoxx (07/02/2016) [-]
You need to find the balance point and juggle your rpm.
Once you get past the speed the engine will lug, then you should be off the clutch asap.
Minimal wear is the only way to get maximum service life.
#91 - naiks (07/02/2016) [-]
Yep, much easier to do in a diesel since they idle with higher rpm and hence more torque
#129 - autoxx (07/02/2016) [-]
It takes less finesse.
You get better at the juggle with a sportbike.
The inline 4 has very little torque because of such a short piston stroke. That'll teach you how to feather the throttle.
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#29 - jdogtwoptzero (07/02/2016) [-]
I can't believe how dumb you people are. If you can't properly start a manual on a hill without resting on the clutch the whole time, you really have no business operating said vehicle. It also tells me you have very little knowledge about the inner workings of the vehicle. But, you know what, you're the one that's going to keep paying the mechanic to replace your burned up clutch every few thousand miles, not me. That, or you're just a bunch of trolls and I'm an idiot for taking the bait.
#30 - shameonapony (07/02/2016) [-]
As an ASE certified mechanic who has owned 3 seperate manual vehicles and only needed to replace the clutch in one because it was a used car

You're an idiot if you don't understand how you're supposed to start a car on a hill.

There's a difference between thinking your cool and starting it like a retard and doing it the way you're supposed too.

You can't pretend like you have any idea what you're talking about forever.

I recommend some water to hydrate yourself and balance out your sodium levels.
#97 - anon (07/02/2016) [-]
I c what u did th3r3
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#31 - jdogtwoptzero (07/02/2016) [-]
Seriously, I want to see you actually say it's okay to rest your car on the clutch on a hill while you're waiting to start moving again. I mean, if that's the case then why bother taking your foot off the brakes too while you're at it. If you can just drag the clutch all willy nilly without dramatically shortening its life span, then I guess you can do the same with your brakes too. I mean the principal between the two is the same right?

Do you work at a garage? If so can you tell me which one and where? I want to know so in the off chance I actually need a mechanic to do some repairs for me I can stay the fuck away from you.
#32 - shameonapony (07/02/2016) [-]
You clearly misunderstand the action being explained.

Since you are too stupid to understand the concept of how you are supposed to rest your car on a hill, maybe you shouldn't drive manual.

Look at all the text you're sending me, you know too much salt can kill you, right?
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#33 - jdogtwoptzero (07/02/2016) [-]
No, no I understand just fine. I just didn't think they'd let any old clown get ASE certified. Then again, there are plenty of shitty garages and mechanics out there. I guess common sense isn't a requirement. Troll or not, I don't like seeing misinformation spread like this.

Hopefully anyone reading this realizes this is the wrong way to operate a manual vehicle. Riding the clutch will seriously shorten its life span. I'm out
#108 - slickey (07/02/2016) [-]
I completely agree with you on all points. Don't let yourself get agitated by faggots who never drove stick in the first place
#64 - autoxx (07/02/2016) [-]
If they do that, I'd like to see the 'tards try to double clutch...

They'd sure never drive MY car.
Hell, it pisses me off when people sit at a light holding the clutch pedal in and it's only a little extra wear on the throw-out bearing.
User avatar
#53 - greyhoundfd (07/02/2016) [-]
>>#3
>>#10
>>#16
>>#27
Holy fuck, I drive automatic and even I know that using the clutch to hold still is awful for the car.

This isn't a preference thing. It's not like using two feet for the pedals where, you know, it's unconventional and not a great idea but you won't kill yourself. Clutch holding will burn out your transmission and you will wreck your car. It might not do it in that instance, it might not do it in a year, but if you use your clutch as a brake, you are guaranteeing that your car will be ruined when you try to sell it.

God, what pisses me off even more is that anyone would ever teach someone specifically to do this rather than teach them to use all the pedals effectively. It's like teaching someone they can drive through a stop sign without stopping if no one's there, or that the speed limit can be ignored when there are no cops. Yeah, these are the easy ways to drive, but they're not the safe ones, and using the clutch to hold the car is one of the most dangerous things to do. My dad did that when he was a kid, the car starting smoking and he nearly rolled backwards down the hill.
#117 - creator incarnate (07/02/2016) [-]
"Holy fuck, I drive automatic and even I know that using the clutch to hold still is awful for the car."

Wow, you simply know this... Gee that means you must be right about everything, this certainly isn't the sam circlejerk logic the sjw's or fat acceptance movement's like to use.
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#122 - greyhoundfd (07/02/2016) [-]
Wow, it's almost like even though I drive automatic I know how to drive manual but simply prefer the other.
#123 - creator incarnate (07/02/2016) [-]
So, you if you 'know' how to drive manual have you ever blown a clutch then?
I never questioned if you knew how to, I simply don't care...
But claiming you 'know' something is simply not good evidence for proving that is the case.

I've never known it to happen with anyone I know, and since we all drive manual and are all taught to use the clutch for things like this (and tested on it for our drivers license) that would seem very improbable wouldn't it?
Or maybe it's just that we are actually taught the proper method to do it?
User avatar
#124 - greyhoundfd (07/02/2016) [-]
What's next, I shouldn't be trusted about how the steering wheel works because I "just know" that you turn it to change the direction of the car? You don't fucking hold your car using the clutch, it's awful for it and can ruin the car.
#39 - anon (07/02/2016) [-]
Considering a majority of my drive home is uphill, and I drive standard, my clutch should of been burnt out about 2 years ago. And it doesn't slip even a little.

P.S; Either drop a transmission and take out a clutch to see how it works (like I do, every. fucking. day) or shut the hell up.
#36 - anon (07/02/2016) [-]
Walmart mechanics ITT

Learn to use all three pedals at once, I don't want to smell your burning clutch.
#63 - Picture  [+] (1 new reply) 07/01/2016 on Jon Snow King In The North 0
#66 - whaleegg (07/01/2016) [-]
Ah, thank thee
#44 - That solves one of my hundreds of issues with playing the game… 07/01/2016 on Sucu Indoowarap Ysca 0
#37 - If there was a way I could watch a friend play DF and talk to …  [+] (19 new replies) 07/01/2016 on Sucu Indoowarap Ysca 0
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#45 - kavrick (07/08/2016) [-]
i can hook you up with a way to watch me if you want, and i can teach you
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#47 - shameonapony (07/10/2016) [-]
I'd rather not be taught so much as observe, y'know? I prefer to learn that way.
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#48 - kavrick (07/10/2016) [-]
but yeah i can still do that
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#49 - shameonapony (07/10/2016) [-]
Kool, what works for you, Skype?
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#50 - kavrick (07/10/2016) [-]
skype works, but for the screen sharing it'd be best to use teamviewer
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#51 - shameonapony (07/10/2016) [-]
I'm not too fond of Teamviewer, would Skype's screen sharing work?
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#52 - kavrick (07/10/2016) [-]
Screen sharing on skype is shit, whats wrong with teamviewer?
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#53 - shameonapony (07/10/2016) [-]
I know a buddy who had a pretty crazy security breach with teamviewer, while using it to help somebody online.

And yes, he was on the other person's computer, not the other way around.
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#54 - kavrick (07/10/2016) [-]
How?
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#55 - shameonapony (07/10/2016) [-]
I don't remember, I know Skype sharing is shit, I imagine since it's DF the quality shouldn't be too bad.
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#56 - kavrick (07/10/2016) [-]
I guess we can give it a shot
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#57 - shameonapony (07/10/2016) [-]
Kk, PM me your Skype, CC numbers, and your SSN #
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#58 - kavrick (07/10/2016) [-]
What are the last two things? And just search kavrick and look for the uk one
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#59 - shameonapony (07/10/2016) [-]
Credit card number and Social Security number
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#60 - kavrick (07/10/2016) [-]
Oh lmao
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#42 - animesource (07/01/2016) [-]
There are mods which add simple graphics, but UI and controls remain terrible.
#46 - barundin (07/09/2016) [-]
>UI and controls remain terrible.

What are you? Some kind of scrub?

But yeah, they are pretty terrible, but for some I find them somewhat alluring still. It has its charm
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#44 - shameonapony (07/01/2016) [-]
That solves one of my hundreds of issues with playing the game.

I tired to play it with LNP and another mod a long time ago, but I couldn't stand it.
#43 - anon (07/01/2016) [-]
Dfhack and Mousequery help a bit with the controls

i like being able to click stuff...
#3 - Oh. Well, I mean, if it's a pizza joint and it's in N…  [+] (4 new replies) 06/30/2016 on Pizza joint 0
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#5 - MrDeadiron (06/30/2016) [-]
Nah speaking from living here there certain things that just aren't all that great outside of nyc, pizza, bagels and pastrami for the mos tpart.
#7 - anon (06/30/2016) [-]
Everything is good where I live.
Source: I live there!
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#8 - MrDeadiron (07/01/2016) [-]
Not everything just certain things. The pizzas better in Rome, but the kielbasa there is shit I bet lol.
#4 - anon (06/30/2016) [-]
The joke is that NYC has a million great authentic pizza places but since Michael Scott is stupid he goes to a sbarro and thinks it's good even though it's just an average grease pit.
#1 - I uh... I don't get it...  [+] (6 new replies) 06/30/2016 on Pizza joint 0
#2 - ozzysite (06/30/2016) [-]
sbarro is a big company and not exclusive to NYC, although I think it did start in NYC.
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#3 - shameonapony (06/30/2016) [-]
Oh.

Well, I mean, if it's a pizza joint and it's in NYC...

Doesn't that make it a NYC pizza joint?
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#5 - MrDeadiron (06/30/2016) [-]
Nah speaking from living here there certain things that just aren't all that great outside of nyc, pizza, bagels and pastrami for the mos tpart.
#7 - anon (06/30/2016) [-]
Everything is good where I live.
Source: I live there!
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#8 - MrDeadiron (07/01/2016) [-]
Not everything just certain things. The pizzas better in Rome, but the kielbasa there is shit I bet lol.
#4 - anon (06/30/2016) [-]
The joke is that NYC has a million great authentic pizza places but since Michael Scott is stupid he goes to a sbarro and thinks it's good even though it's just an average grease pit.