The rage has been boiling over on social media even though it wasn't created by the Noid or another nationally recognized pizza luminary. Bruns collected memorabilia and wanted to display it so everyone can enjoy it. The museum's state goal is "to inspire curiosity and new ways of thinking about the rich history and recent developments in the world of pizza by collecting, preserving, interpreting, and exhibiting pizza-related items." Ultimately, Bruns lives in Chicago, reports the Chicago Tribune, and so the museum does, too. It wasn't the nefarious work of Thanos or a secret pizza cabal looking to rile up New Yorkers.
Nonetheless, the pizza rage was real.