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Kickoff Party for Cheese Mo'z

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Every Pizza should come with a free tackle of your choice. Like, for example I wanted Dan to spear Zod when he walked in. I think that would really add some incentive.

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Every Pizza should come with a free tackle of your choice. Like, for example I wanted Dan to spear Zod when he walked in. I think that would really add some incentive.

I like it...

I want Pep to tackle the opposing QB in the 2010 Superbowl...

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Gotta work.

I could try to get the day off, but it's not likely. But if I can do it I'll have to see if the future Mrs can make it up as well.

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Sounds awsome Dan, I've been meaning to check Cheese Moz out, I went to Sweet Teas for breakfast which was awsome. I can't wait for some real games to start back up see you all there.

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Went for lunch there yesterday, the cheeseburger pizza they had as the "pie of the day" was really good - never would have thought mustard on a pizza would work but man it was delicious, as well as unexpected!

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The future Mrs and I went there after Fan Fest. It was a cool combo going to Fan Fest and following up with Cheese Mo'z, although Dan wasn't there that day for personal reasons. We each got a nice autographed pic though.

Hate to tell Dan one of his autographed pics went to a Bucs fan, but hey, she is the woman I love :lol:

(and she thought it was cool too)

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in San Jose I had a stromboli that had spicy mustard in it. It was extremely good.

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Just confirmed I will be there for my Step Dads bday, Dan make a reservation for 6 for me. Thanks.

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