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Originalism and Pizza

This month's California Lawyer has an interview with Justice Scalia by UC Hastings law professor Calvin Massey.  The discussion of the Constitution contains no surprises for those familiar with Justice Scalia's writings and philosophy.  The final question is new, and least to me:

You more or less grew up in New York. Being a child of Sicilian immigrants, how do you think New York City pizza rates?

I think it is infinitely better than Washington pizza, and infinitely better than Chicago pizza. You know these deep-dish pizzas--it's not pizza. It's very good, but ... call it tomato pie or something. ... I'm a traditionalist, what can I tell you?

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