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  • Frying pan wants to violate my right to keep birds in the kitchen (rant)

    Seriously, what's wrong with pan technology these days?

    Every pan advertizes that it's teh best, super durable and heat-resistant, and easily cleanable in the dishwasher.

    Once you read the fine print, it's usually "don't heat it up too much, too fast", "don't use sharp, metal things - fork, knife, whatever - in your new pan". And oh, you can put it into a dishwasher, and it doesn't explode, great. However, it's not recommended as it harms the (supposedly superhard) pan's surface over time

    Yesterday I did further pan research and found one example that says the steam/smoke from frying could harm animals nearby, detailling specifically to not keep birds in the kitchen!







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    Teflon-lined pans are all crappy **** that should be all dumped on top of DuPont's headquarters.
    Indifference is Bliss

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    • #3
      Nothing wrong with the technology -- it's working exactly as designed. The fine print is just there to avoid legal liability.

      Nothing new or notable about this. It's just an evil plot -- planned obsolescence to ensure an ongoing market need for new cookware.
      Apolyton's Grim Reaper 2008, 2010 & 2011
      RIP lest we forget... SG (2) and LaFayette -- Civ2 Succession Games Brothers-in-Arms

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      • #4
        Pan will violate pretty much anything...
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        ... and this is not satyr.
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        There's nothing wrong with the dream, my friend, the problem lies with the dreamer.

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        • #5
          I watched Pan's Labyrinth
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          • #6
            Pan is bread in spanish
            Indifference is Bliss

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            • Uncle Sparky
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              I thought Pan was bred in Greece?

            • Buster Crabbe's Uncle
              Buster Crabbe's Uncle commented
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              Practically in Yugoslavia.

            • N35t0r
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              No, I'm pretty sure it is baked, even in Greece

          • #7
            There is a place called Frying Pan in the Northern Territory, Australia.

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            • #8
              Originally posted by N35t0r View Post
              Pan is bread in spanish


              similary to french I think

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              • #9
                I fully expect in future instructions to caution us against frying our own birds, if you know what I mean

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                • #10
                  the title could be refering to a horned demigod with a knack for cooking in an unhealthy way btw

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                  • #11
                    Why do Greeks worship a rapist goat-man?
                    "

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                    • Uncle Sparky
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                      Why do so many Americans?

                  • #12
                    blah blah

                    sounds like a social contract

                    thanks for letting the world know you're both unreasonable untrustworthy partners who can't work out differences

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