Journalists are known to be pizza fiends. The greasy pies are easily deliverable en masse, and almost always backed by popular demand (and there's now a ton of gluten-free pizza, too). Mary Kelli Palka, an editor at the Florida Times-Union, wrote in an email her newsroom wolfs down pizza six times a year, with around 12 pizzas per gathering. Kevin Pang, a food editor at the A.V. Club and sender of pizza to the Globe, estimated that a journalist annually consume "a rough average of 12 or 13 [newsroom] pizza slices." However, Pang, the former Tribune reporter who organized the Globe's pizza delivery, explained in an email that gestures of kindness like "Pizza for the Newsroom" are about more than just feeding their colleagues.