Our last question asked: On Sept. 20, 1944, a New York Times food feature indicates that the Grey Lady had just discovered what newfangled foreign culinary delight? Pizza. They discovered pizza. "The pizza could be as popular a snack as the hamburger if Americans only knew more about it," the Times later reflected.
Congratulations to Craig Pittman of the Tampa Bay Times for being the very first to answer that question correctly! Honorable mentions belong to David Daniel (who adds, "and modern culture truly began"), Jason Hensel, Jade Walker, Jax Jacobsen, Carrie Gray, Cindi Lash, Leah Traxel (who reflects, "And what a glorious discovery it was"), Edward Tenner, Josh Black, Ken Walker, Hollywood Highlands, Ron Tillotson, Ron Casalotti (who notes "Not Chicago pizza, not Boston pizza, not Philly pizza. New York pizza. The best"), Alan Blaustein and Francis Hinchey ("Delizioso!") for all getting that exactly right, as well.
As for today's question, here it is: To the delight and viral amusement of many, Telegraph's Ben Bloom recently ran into some trouble when he went to liveblog a sports press conference and discovered what problem?
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