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  1. +1 on BettyJoan's reccs and, especially, her "come on" :-) Would also add: Woodward Takeout Food.
  2. Only player ever to be on teams making the playoffs for each of the first ten years of his career with at least 3 teams. DC wasn't one of his better stops among the 9 teams he has played with.
  3. The all-time MLB record for runs by one team in a single game is 30 by Texas over Baltimore in 2007. Touchdown and a field goal so far. Who knows?
  4. Of course, now we know things have changed and unlikely Wall will play again this postseason. Really disappointing with how well they were playing. So what happens today, in Game 3, without Wall? Paul "The Truth" Pierce with a buzzer beater to win and put the Wiz up 2-1 in the series. Fun fact: today, two players, for two DC-based pro sport franchises, both sporting the number 34, had game-ending heroics, both vanquishing opposing teams from Atlanta. Wiz over Hawks thanks to Pierce and Nats over Braves courtesy Harper. Quite the day for DC sports. Hopefully, the Caps do their part in Game 6
  5. Make that 6 home runs in three games with today's of the bottom 9 walkoff variety. Incredible! "Look! Bryce Harper Hits Walk-Off Home Run For 6th Homer In 3 Days" by Mike Axlsa on cbssports.com "Bryce Harper Continues Incredible Week With Walkoff Home Run" by Mark Townsend on sports.yahoo.com
  6. Wow. I've been playing this game for years and NEVER win (except when Don does an occasional gimme ). I've been to Four Sisters more times than I can count but never noticed a dish like that. You were very generous with your hints. The "family run part also. Suggestion for the Uber Mod: Prizes for WDID? winners? Just for this weekend in honor of...oh, I don't know...the Caps? Mothers' Day?
  7. The 5 home runs in two games are the most of all time by a player as young as Harper. Historic stuff happening at Nats Park this week. Go today, lovehockey! 4pm first pitch. We'll be there!
  8. Four Sisters? Based only on your most recent hints since the dish doesn't especially look like Four Sisters to me. But, packed all times of the day? They do tend to be that.
  9. OK. I'm going to WiseGuy soon now! As always, great to see a new business participating here so thank you, "wiseguy NY Pizza." And, welcome to donrockwell.com. Really great to have you here. No doubt Chef Copeland will reply for himself but, as a huge fan of neapolitan pizza (but with experience and fondness for NY style as well), I know Ghibellina's pie is one of my favorites in the region. Looking forward to trying wiseguy and suspect someone there knows a thing or two about pizza too. It's all good in my book.
  10. Was going to ask the same thing Joe did. You did seem to imply something was wrong/bad with the last two ingredients when considering your statement fully: "The ingredients look okay, until you get to the final two, at which point they become questionable." So, 'not okay' was the same thought I had.
  11. Hopefully, Don will give me huge (and, we're talking very huge) points and other member benes for this but, here's how it works, Al. 1. Have to be on a computer. Can't do on a phone or tablet. 2. Copy the url of the link you want to embed. Can click on the url window and drag or 'select all' to highlight the entire url depending on whether Apple or MSFT 3. With the copied url on your notepad (in the background basically), go to the post on dr.com in which you want to embed the link 4. Highlight the text within your post you want to become the hyperlink 5. Right above the open text wi
  12. Not ALL baseball fans, Pool Boy. Not ALL. And, not this one so much. I do enjoy the old math vs new math debate which is part of baseball fandom in the new millennium but think the fixation on math has gotten totally out of hand. Baseball has great history, character and all kinds of cool qualitative. Literally laughed out loud at this! Suspected (but didn't know) you might be a Braves fan since you were in Atlanta and gave so many of us such great scoop on the food scene there. But couldn't suss out if you had roots in Atlanta. The nature of the rivalry between the two teams isn't
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