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Each week, the guys and I visit a local pizza joint. We call ourselves the "Men's Pizza Coalition." Our mission: to find the best pie in Columbus. If you have any suggestions, please let us know!
Here are our rankings so far:
Pasquale's in Westerville: 25.5/30.
Capuano's in Pataskala: 24.0/30.
Little Italy's in Groveport: 22.5/30.
Tristano's in Grove City: 21.5/30.
Plank's on Parsons Ave: 21.5/30.
Tommy's in Upper Arlington: 20.5/30
Pizza House in Worthington: 20.5/30.
Kingy's Pizza in Canal Winchester: 20.0/30.
Eagle's in New Albany: 20.0/30.
Flyer's Pizza in Groveport: 20.0/30.
Emelio's Pizza in Columbus: 16.5/30.
Houndogs in Clintonville: 15.5/30.
1:00pm: Burger King's Twitter account is currently hacked and displaying pro-McDonald's messages. Their profile now reads: "Just got sold to McDonald's because the whopper flopped."
While it's still hacked, see the account HERE. WARNING: Some messages may be NSFW.
1:05pm: Still hacked. The account hasn't been out of BK's control for over an hour. One of the funniest tweets...
We just got sold to McDonalds! Look for McDonalds in a hood near you @dfnctsc— McDonalds (@BurgerKing) February 18, 2013
1:08pm: Looks like Burger King isn't at a total loss with this social media fiasco. Their account has gained over 14,000 followers since this started over an hour ago.
1:10pm: Now gained over 20k followers. According to the AP, no comment yet from BK.
1:16pm: Party is over! Twitter has suspended the account.
1:45pm: McDonald's has made a statement regarding the Burger King Hack...
We empathize with our @burgerking counterparts. Rest assured, we had nothing to do with the hacking.— McDonald's (@McDonalds) February 18, 2013
1:55pm: From the AP: Burger King "plans to post a statement on Facebook later today to apologize, especially for the offensive posts. It hopes to have the account back up soon."
3:09pm: Burger King has released this statement (via BuzzFeed): "It has come to our attention that the Twitter account of the BURGER KING® brand has been hacked. We have worked directly with administrators to suspend the account until we are able to re-establish our legitimate site and authentic postings. We apologize to our fans and followers who have been receiving erroneous tweets about other members of our industry and additional inappropriate topics."
Screen shot from around 1pm when it was still hacked...