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Oscar pizza delivery man gets $1,000 tip

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Nice :)

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Good work mate!

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Ellen did a great job hosting the Oscars.

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Class act all the way around and shows the world that actors are just like everyone else, they all eat and who wouldn't chow down on pizza at a show. Nice.

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Ellen is a class act. Period. Hands down. She is always helping others ! Keep on keepin' on, Ellen ! WE LOVE YOU ! ! !

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I lived in the US for a short time and thoroughly enjoyed my time there. However, the Oscars ceremony show this great country at its worst. Cringeworthy, plastic, syrupy celebs ordering pizza. How To use an Americanism - gimme a break.

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News for Entertainment stated that this outfit has only two ovens and Sunday *US time), the place became so busy, Oscars is an annual event in USA and we just enjoy watching on TV after watching highlights of previous Award Ceremonies and stars for a few days before..

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Too bad the IRS now knows about it

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@jojo_in_japan: Lucky for them, Right now, until April, IRS is too busy to handle income tax return. They don;t have enough manpower to check one tiny pizza joint.

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Great PR (public relations) work by/for Oscar pizza!

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Looks like a 'set up'/ made-for-tv to me. The guy looks like a SAG member. It was real pizza not a prop, though.

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toshiko: @jojoinjapan: Lucky for them, Right now, until April, IRS is too busy to handle income tax return. They don;t have enough manpower to check one tiny pizza joint.

He wasn't talking about the pizza joint - he was talking about the IRS looking to be sure the delivery guy reported it in his tax return. He most likely wouldn't report it if it hadn't made the news.

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@Photoman: I think you are right. Food delivery boys earn minimum wafe per hour and tips they get. tips he gets, he will report amount to Pizza joint. So, low income that IRS is not going after him Anyway, IRS is too busy right now, Until April.

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