5 golden rules for choosing a good pizza (in Cluj)

I love a well made pizza and tasted a ton from all over the world but these are a rarity in Cluj  (90% of them are just shitty) as the low cost food starts to flood the market. But my taste > yours anyway so if you don’t want to be a sucker and get the worst things possible on the Cluj pizza market….

  1. 1+1 pizza offers should be avoided at all costs.   If you like the pizza in these offers , fuck off – you are a fagot with very bad taste – go eat shit and die 🙂 It’s like recommending a good wine to a peasant.
  2. If the pizza comes with a clean base / sides. These were most probably made in an industrial  ovens and/or pizza trays. Please go to those pagans and tell them to fuck their pizza and their oven and that they should remain at making soups and tocanitas. If you don’t make the difference in taste between a pizza made in a  dedicated brick pizza oven (with wood made fire) versus industrial oven .. try other foods! Please! Even the wood used is important as it impregnates the pizza with the specific smell. I can make the difference easily between the two just by looking nevermind tasting.
  3. Be very cautious when you order/buy pizza from venues that have other type of foods. (a.k.a pizza not their main area of expertise). Their pizzas are not very good in general.
  4. Stay away from very cheap pizza ( A good price for one piece of pizza – medium size would be around 25-50 RON – depends on toppings). Cheap pizza means very cheap ingredients. And you don’t want that shitty Carrefour 5RON/KG bacon now do you fagot? 🙂
  5. Don’t believe anyone when they say pizza from (insert venue here) is best. Most people have shitty taste anyway – that is one of the reasons so many amateur pizza makers are alive now. Because cheap and shitty people buy their cheap and shitty products.


Orange vs DigiMobil

So i was kind of curious and did a quick live test between these 2 mobile phone operators here in Romania in regards to signal quality and internet speed. The price difference between the two is huge with a clear advantage in this category for DigiMobil. But is the quality  the same? We will see below.

Please keep in mind the following things:

1. Signal was measured using Network Signal Info app available in the Google Play store.

2. Internet speed was measured using SpeedTest.net app available in the Google Play store

3. Same position for signal measuring was used (test was carried out indoor between 3 thick concrete walls )

4.  Tests were done on the same phone (LG G2)





Orange : 15.41Mb/s Download  — 2.24Mb/s Upload  (43 ms ping )


DigiMobil : 3.46Mb/ Download — 0.57Mb/s Upload (100 ms ping)




All in all there isn’t much difference in regard to signal quality in my test between Orange and Digimobil but  there is a huge difference in regard to data speeds. That is explainable. How? Simple.

At Digimobil you’ll pay 10 euros (5 euros if you have contracted 2 other services from them) for unlimited same network and national calls.  3000  international minutes, unlimited data plan (first 5 GB at full speed , after that you are limited to 128 kbps)

At Orange you’ll pay 41 euros for unlimited same network and national calls. 1000 international minutes,  4 GB limited traffic , 1 GB roaming traffic.

The number of people using DigiMobil data plans is huge (those who abuse it are there too)  while people that can  afford 41 euros is relatively  small  and honestly i’m impressed with DigiMobil that can still offer that amount of speed  while offering such a small price. It is clear that their network is overcrowded just reading the above values.  People on Digimobil  will almost NEVER turn off their data services on their phones (I know i never turn them off on mine) but i was very careful with data plan on Orange (because you pay the extra traffic)

So what do you think?  Comment below.

Hipsters – the end of Western civilization



“If you don’t give a damn, we don’t give a fuck!” chants an emcee before his incitements are abruptly cut short when the power plug is pulled and the lights snapped on.

Dawn breaks and the last of the after-after-parties begin to spill into the streets. The hipsters are falling out, rubbing their eyes and scanning the surrounding landscape for the way back from which they came. Some hop on their fixed-gear bikes, some call for cabs, while a few of us hop a fence and cut through the industrial wasteland of a nearby condo development.

The half-built condos tower above us like foreboding monoliths of our yuppie futures. I take a look at one of the girls wearing a bright pink keffiyeh and carrying a Polaroid camera and think, “If only we carried rocks instead of cameras, we’d look like revolutionaries.” But instead we ignore the weapons that lie at our feet – oblivious to our own impending demise.

We are a lost generation, desperately clinging to anything that feels real, but too afraid to become it ourselves. We are a defeated generation, resigned to the hypocrisy of those before us, who once sang songs of rebellion and now sell them back to us. We are the last generation, a culmination of all previous things, destroyed by the vapidity that surrounds us. The hipster represents the end of Western civilization – a culture so detached and disconnected that it has stopped giving birth to anything new.

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I took this picture  , using my Nokia N8 ,near Colina Park in Cluj Napoca  on my way to Polus Mall. A lovely sunset , a wonderfull scene. If you look closely , there is a man somewhere in that picture walking his dog. Peace and quiet.