Antihydrogen

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#21
The ladder goes up to a platform; OSHA would call it a "permanent" structure even though it's made out of kit parts from the local supply house. So, it should have a railing (if more than three steps)

But I understand the cost control measures. We do it here. Somehow it costs less to pay three times as much to fix stuff, as an emergency, when it fails than to have any sort of ongoing PM program.

But what about my burrito?
I'm thinkin this thing might heat a burrito more evenly than a regular microwave so the inside doesn't stick to the roof of your mouth and blister it while the outside is lukewarm.
 

J!m

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#22
Didn’t think of that. Perhaps introducing anti-burrito particles would more evenly heat the exterior... maybe even brown it...

19 million you say? Seems reasonable for a decent burrito.
 

grapplesaw

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#23
Didn’t think of that. Perhaps introducing anti-burrito particles would more evenly heat the exterior... maybe even brown it...

19 million you say? Seems reasonable for a decent burrito.

I hear they are ready to try some anti-Jim particles. Just what we need
 
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