I'm sitting in my house awaiting the transcontinental delivery of pizza, surely the best possible use of my time or anyone else's. The pizza is arriving not from New York or Chicago but from my hometown of Columbus. It's a Massey's Pizza, and as such it will be cut like no other. The pieces will be rectangles (see figure C). This is only mildly weird in Columbus, where pieces are almost always cut in tiny squares (B). I was describing this to an appalled Jersey (A) girl, Katrina, and I got to wondering if square pieces are unique to the midwest, Ohio, or even just Columbus. If in your neck of the woods they cut it any way but A, lemme know.
The slogan at the end just screams "my hometown" to me. I'm very proud.