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  #32021 2-Apr-2006 19:34
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Everyone gotta love ordering from your PC and not having to go out Tongue out... Guess what we are having for dinner now?





 

 

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  #32027 2-Apr-2006 21:07
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According to members of the HBLUG mailing list, hell.co.nz doesnt work in Firefox under Linux....








 
 
 
 


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  #32028 2-Apr-2006 21:10
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I love Hells pizza, and always order online (usually with FF under XP on my PC and I pay by CC....)

Soooo convenient, and is about 25% of the reason we order with them, the rest is the taste/quality - just brilliant...







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#32029 2-Apr-2006 21:23
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tonyhughes: According to members of the HBLUG mailing list, hell.co.nz doesnt work in Firefox under Linux....

On my old computer (running OS X.2), I had problems using the site with Safari, but Firefox worked fine. I emailed their web developers who came back to me with a prompt and helpful reply, suggesting that it should work fine with the latest version of Safari. Sure enough, I haven't had any problems with Safari since I bought my new computer (running OS X.4).

Like you, I love the convenience of the web site ordering, because being able to see the menu in front of you makes it so much easier than phoning them. My local Hell is just five minutes walk away, so I usually put in a pick-up order, and then wander down there to save myself the $4 delivery charge.

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  #32053 3-Apr-2006 07:56
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alasta: My local Hell is just five minutes walk away

So when you get told to 'go to hell' its just not that big a deal, is it....







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  #32054 3-Apr-2006 08:24
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Pomodoro pizza - even better than hell.

in a lane off Dixon street.

Hells pizza's order thingie requires macormedia flash - which means you gotta have a i686 processor or you're screwed.

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  #32055 3-Apr-2006 08:33
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Q: how do you get a Cisco Certified Network Administrator off your porch?

A: Pay for your pizza

 
 
 
 


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#32083 3-Apr-2006 12:57
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taniwha: Hells pizza's order thingie requires macormedia flash - which means you gotta have a i686 processor or you're screwed.


My current machine has a PowerPC processor, and it works fine.

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alasta:
taniwha: Hells pizza's order thingie requires macormedia flash - which means you gotta have a i686 processor or you're screwed.


My current machine has a PowerPC processor, and it works fine.

hmm.. forgot about you macos-ers

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#32528 7-Apr-2006 20:43
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How sad... Ordered a Hell Pizza on-line, and no sign of the food, after 1:30 minutes!

Their website now says 75 minutes wait for Khandallah (Wellington). The longest one around.




 

 

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  #32539 7-Apr-2006 23:36
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At a friends place tonight, they wanted to order Dominoes, but we had no flyers, or web access, (aside from cellphones), so they pulled out the Weight Watchers Points Guide, and we used that to order because it has the names of most of the Dominoes Pizzas in it!!!!!!!!







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  #32732 10-Apr-2006 18:09

Tried the Hungry Kiwi yesterday,It was OK...nothing special.
Hell still rings the bell.Smile

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