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Intruder
Mar 5, 2003

Hitting the Submit Post button


Joey Freshwater posted:

I can't find it now but I read somewhere that anti-mask guy is the one that called the cops. They showed up and arrested him.

Here it is from the employee

https://twitter.com/davenewworld_2/status/1360605444302110723

When he starts saying "the narrative!" I kind of lost it

e: or when he points at one of them and says "this guy know what I'm talking about" apparently not realizing they're making fun of him

Intruder fucked around with this message at 16:44 on Feb 16, 2021

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Ehud
Sep 19, 2003

"When you put your hand into a bunch of goo that a moment before was your quarterback's face, you'll know what to do."



swickles posted:

I will deliver your child.














For real PM me your specific location and I will back channel as hard as I can.

ty for this

She's finishing up calling a couple of places. If no one will take her I will hit you up

Qwijib0
Apr 10, 2007

Who needs on-field skills when you can dance like this?


Fun Shoe

hifi posted:

the author doesn't seem to get that cooking regardless of energy source is bad for you.

restaurants depend on a lot more power than home cooking so they might be different but if manufacturers could build a legitimate professional/semi-professional electric range that wasn't a glass top or the iron spiral thing i'd switch

Is your issue with glass tops the glass or are you referring to resistive heating with a glass top?

I have had the pleasure of cooking on a top of the line Bosch induction stove at a relatives house and now I need one. Induction stoves all have glass tops though.

BrownThunder
Oct 26, 2005



I thought not paying attention to a show and then posting about it was limited to TVIV

Ornery and Hornery
Oct 22, 2020



Ehud posted:

My wife originally picked a midwifery to give birth.

The place decided to suddenly close down after 20 years leaving a bunch of pregnant women hanging.

So now we’re trying to find an OB and no one will take her because she’s too pregnant for a transfer.

pretty cool situation

That sounds really stressful. I’m sorry you are going through yet another stressor in the preparation for your baby.

Unsolicited advice for you to use or ignore as you see fit. There are likely a network of doula’s in your area. Reaching out to them might provide additional options.

Spoeank
Jul 16, 2003

That's a nice set of 11 dynasty points there, it would be a shame if 3 rings were to happen with it


BrownThunder posted:

I thought not paying attention to a show and then posting about it was limited to TVIV

I acquit

iwentdoodie
Apr 29, 2005

YOU'RE WELCOME

Qwijib0 posted:

Is your issue with glass tops the glass or are you referring to resistive heating with a glass top?

I have had the pleasure of cooking on a top of the line Bosch induction stove at a relatives house and now I need one. Induction stoves all have glass tops though.

I loving hate glass top stoves. The biggest thing I'm saving for is a nice gas electric combo and fancy vent hood.

FizFashizzle
Mar 30, 2005









iwentdoodie posted:

I loving hate glass top stoves. The biggest thing I'm saving for is a nice gas electric combo and fancy vent hood.

Glass stove tops are a pain in the rear end to clean.

Rectal Placenta
Feb 25, 2011


Looking at the size of the flame is how I gauge things when cooking on a stove top, I don't know how the electric people do it.

seiferguy
Jun 9, 2005

FLAWED
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Toilet Rascal

FizFashizzle posted:

Glass stove tops are a pain in the rear end to clean.

They also scratch easily!

Dango Bango
Jul 26, 2007

"Yup, it looks like his head went so far up his own butt-hole that it exploded right back out his pee-hole and he died in a cataclysmic shower of his own blood and poop and pee."
- Too Much Mustard


FizFashizzle posted:

Glass stove tops are a pain in the rear end to clean.

Really? What makes you say that? I was going to list that as one of the only features of glass top.

Impossibly Perfect Sphere
Nov 6, 2002


Rectal Placenta posted:

Looking at the size of the flame is how I gauge things when cooking on a stove top, I don't know how the electric people do it.

There's literally a number and a descriptive range for low, medium and high. It's incredibly easy.

Prior to the Mother Jones article, I had started looking into this topic. There is a wealth of scientific evidence that has been released over the past 20+ years which demonstrates that indoor gas cooking is very bad for air quality and people's health. Most of this evidence up until now has been ignored and the uh "kitchen industrial complex" for lack of a better term has everyone convinced you can't be a real home chef if you don't have gas range with like six burner in it.

FizFashizzle
Mar 30, 2005









Dango Bango posted:

Really? What makes you say that? I was going to list that as one of the only features of glass top.

I cook a lot and tbf im kinda messy when I do.

I have like three different things I have to use to clean that drat thing.

Qwijib0
Apr 10, 2007

Who needs on-field skills when you can dance like this?


Fun Shoe

I have had the lovely resistive glasstop that the PO put in for 12 years and idk what y'all are doing with your glass stoves, but it's not scratched and a little bar keepers friend now and then takes off the burned on bits if they are there for too long

Annyway happy 20th anniversary to

https://twitter.com/katewillaert/status/1361689136516759562

Paint Crop Pro
Mar 22, 2007

Find someone who values you like Rick Spielman values 7th round picks.





swickles posted:

I will deliver your child.














For real PM me your specific location and I will back channel as hard as I can.

Swickles is gonna demand your child has a 2nd middle name of Tebow though.

Dan/Daniel Marino Tebow Ehud.

General Dog
Apr 26, 2008

New Year, New Me!

Dango Bango posted:

Really? What makes you say that? I was going to list that as one of the only features of glass top.

Yeah, mine kind of sucks as an actual cooking implement (it was there when I bought the house), but the ease of cleaning and bonus counter space are an upside.

(I have forgotten which spot was still warm and melted a couple of pot holders though)

Impossibly Perfect Sphere
Nov 6, 2002


FizFashizzle posted:

I cook a lot and tbf im kinda messy when I do.

I have like three different things I have to use to clean that drat thing.

Just keep a moist cloth nearby when you cook and wipe it up immediately before it cooks and dries.

Freaquency
May 10, 2007

"Yes I can hear you, I don't have ear cancer!"

LeeMajors posted:

Because it’s easier to cash in on existing IP than actually produce new things.

I wonder if people were roaming around the castle complaining about yet *another* King Arthur story or if Conan Doyle got shittalked because he kept cranking out Holmes stories

The big stuff is always big and people are going to want more of it, but it’s not like Disney was really going to swing for the fences and come out with something radically different. The real problem is that there’s like 3 media companies that suck all the air out of the room and leave us feeling like there’s nothing new and interesting out there.

Dango Bango
Jul 26, 2007

"Yup, it looks like his head went so far up his own butt-hole that it exploded right back out his pee-hole and he died in a cataclysmic shower of his own blood and poop and pee."
- Too Much Mustard


FizFashizzle posted:

I cook a lot and tbf im kinda messy when I do.

I have like three different things I have to use to clean that drat thing.

Oh yeah that's totally fair. Everything shows up on glass top.

Kalli
Jun 2, 2001




Freaquency posted:

I wonder if people were roaming around the castle complaining about yet *another* King Arthur story or if Conan Doyle got shittalked because he kept cranking out Holmes stories

Doyle was sick of writing Sherlock Holmes and killed him in a book (falls off waterfall with Moriarty, same as the 1st RDJ movie). But it led to such an insane fan backlash he was forced to bring him back.

Intruder
Mar 5, 2003

Hitting the Submit Post button


Freaquency posted:

I wonder if people were roaming around the castle complaining about yet *another* King Arthur story or if Conan Doyle got shittalked because he kept cranking out Holmes stories

Conan literally killed off Holmes because he didn't want to write any more stories about him and got talked into bringing him back

e: Kalli

Impossibly Perfect Sphere
Nov 6, 2002


quote:

On the air-quality front, at least, the evidence against gas stoves is damning. Although cooking food on any stove produces particulate pollutants, burning gas produces nitrogen dioxide, or NO2,, and sometimes also carbon monoxide, according to Brett Singer, a scientist at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory who studies indoor air quality. Brief exposures to air with high concentrations of NO2 can lead to coughing and wheezing for people with asthma or other respiratory issues, and prolonged exposure to the gas can contribute to the development of those conditions, according to the EPA. Homes with gas stoves can contain approximately 50 to 400 percent higher concentrations of NO2 than homes with electric stoves, often resulting in levels of indoor air pollution that would be illegal outdoors, according to a recent report by the Rocky Mountain Institute, a sustainability think tank. “NO2 is invisible and odorless, which is one of the reasons it’s gone so unnoticed,” Brady Seals, a lead author on the report, says.

quote:

One of the clearest signals emerging in the scientific literature is the connection between cooking with gas and childhood asthma—a disease suffered by people of color and lower-income groups at much higher rates than the rest of the population. A 2013 meta-analysis of 41 studies found that children living in homes with gas stoves had a 42% higher risk of experiencing asthma symptoms, and, over their lifetime, a 24% increase in the risk of being diagnosed with asthma. That study confirmed, in turn, what a 1992 meta-analysis found: Children exposed to higher levels of indoor NO2 (at an increment “comparable to the increase resulting from exposure to a gas stove”) had an elevated risk of respiratory illness. More recently, a 2018 study from the University of Queensland found that in Australia, where 38% of households rely on gas stoves for cooking, more than 12% of the total burden of childhood asthma was attributable to their use.

quote:

The hazards now have a growing chorus of scientists and public health experts insisting that better and stricter oversight of burning gas indoors—a health threat that has been hiding in plain sight for decades, they say—can no longer be ignored. “It’s fundamental and imperative,” said Jones. “We ought to get up on the rooftops and shout about it.”

The cumulative evidence was enough for the venerable New England Journal of Medicine to publish an editorial in January recommending that “new gas appliances be removed from the market.” It was co-authored by Howard Frumkin, a former director of the CDC’s National Center for Environmental Health, which is responsible for investigating environmental drivers of illness and promulgating guidance about those risk factors.

Shimrra Jamaane
Aug 9, 2007

Obscure to all except those well-versed in Yuuzhan Vong lore.


Lol that dude called the police on himself.

Skwirl
May 13, 2007

The 'blood babe with the silicone chest, 200-dollar haircut, and a closet full of the latest fashions.




Freaquency posted:

I wonder if people were roaming around the castle complaining about yet *another* King Arthur story or if Conan Doyle got shittalked because he kept cranking out Holmes stories


Doyle killed off Sherlock Holmes in the story "The Final Problem" because he was tired of writing him, but those were the only stories people wanted so he came up with a convoluted story of his survival and kept writing him.

Samadhi
May 12, 2001



Ehud posted:

ty for this

She's finishing up calling a couple of places. If no one will take her I will hit you up

How much can a 55-gallon drum of lithium grease, a slip-n-slide, and an oversize catcher's mitt really cost

Ornery and Hornery
Oct 22, 2020



Yeah, electric stoves are great.

All the glass top electric stoves I've ever used have heated quickly and consistently.

Super easy to clean too.

Shimrra Jamaane
Aug 9, 2007

Obscure to all except those well-versed in Yuuzhan Vong lore.


Well the grassroots freedom fighters of Wall Street Bets have set their sights on a new Goliath.

https://twitter.com/HenryKrinkIe/status/1361720953391222787

Oh

Spoeank
Jul 16, 2003

That's a nice set of 11 dynasty points there, it would be a shame if 3 rings were to happen with it


There is no way that dude is a historian unless he thinks King Leopold's Ghost is porn

General Dog
Apr 26, 2008

New Year, New Me!

The whole internet loves Gamestonk Duck

Bird in a Blender
Nov 17, 2005

It's amazing what they can do with computers these days.



I feel like I've been espousing the virtues of induction stove tops in like 5 threads, and I don't even own one yet. My plan is to replace my gas stove with induction within the next 5 years though. I'm trying to move my entire house off of natural gas for a couple of reasons. First being climate change, since I'm actually paying for 100% renewable electricity for my house. Second is that my gas bill every month includes like $50 just to delivery the gas, even in the height of summer my gas bill is at least $50. So if I can eliminate all gas appliances, that's $50 that goes towards the slightly higher electricity bill I would have.

Right now I have a gas stove, gas dryer and gas furnace. The furnace will be the toughest one to replace, but my plan is to go to a heat pump system once this furnace fails.

General Dog
Apr 26, 2008

New Year, New Me!

Bird in a Blender posted:

I feel like I've been espousing the virtues of induction stove tops in like 5 threads, and I don't even own one yet. My plan is to replace my gas stove with induction within the next 5 years though. I'm trying to move my entire house off of natural gas for a couple of reasons. First being climate change, since I'm actually paying for 100% renewable electricity for my house. Second is that my gas bill every month includes like $50 just to delivery the gas, even in the height of summer my gas bill is at least $50. So if I can eliminate all gas appliances, that's $50 that goes towards the slightly higher electricity bill I would have.

Right now I have a gas stove, gas dryer and gas furnace. The furnace will be the toughest one to replace, but my plan is to go to a heat pump system once this furnace fails.

I dunno man, gas heat is pretty great. My current house is the first I've had it in my adult life and it just feels better. Sucks that they're bending you over on the delivery charge though.

seiferguy
Jun 9, 2005

FLAWED
INTUITION





Toilet Rascal

https://twitter.com/jrhennessy/status/1361536291276353538?s=19

Frasier: the 90s Rick and Morty.

Qwijib0
Apr 10, 2007

Who needs on-field skills when you can dance like this?


Fun Shoe

Bird in a Blender posted:

I feel like I've been espousing the virtues of induction stove tops in like 5 threads, and I don't even own one yet. My plan is to replace my gas stove with induction within the next 5 years though. I'm trying to move my entire house off of natural gas for a couple of reasons. First being climate change, since I'm actually paying for 100% renewable electricity for my house. Second is that my gas bill every month includes like $50 just to delivery the gas, even in the height of summer my gas bill is at least $50. So if I can eliminate all gas appliances, that's $50 that goes towards the slightly higher electricity bill I would have.

Right now I have a gas stove, gas dryer and gas furnace. The furnace will be the toughest one to replace, but my plan is to go to a heat pump system once this furnace fails.

I converted to a fully variable heat pump a while back and just having a constant warmth emanate from the returns is pretty great.

Its Rinaldo
Aug 13, 2010

TRUBES BINCH


American Football. The sport of sophisticated, discerning viewer...

Silly Burrito
Nov 26, 2007

Thank you, Drew.


You will probably take Braksgirl's gas stove over her dead body. Woman hates her some electric stove tops.

LeeMajors
Jan 20, 2005

. . . and the car would pass him, the driver perhaps feeling a slight chill as if he had driven through an air pocket, his sleeping wife and children stirring uneasily, as if all had been touched with a bad dream at the same instant.


Jesus. I’m an elder millennial and although I enjoyed Frasier well enough, I had no real connection to cheers and it sort of felt like an old person show to even me.

I can barely imagine a frame of reference for a Gen Z person to engage with it.

Skwirl
May 13, 2007

The 'blood babe with the silicone chest, 200-dollar haircut, and a closet full of the latest fashions.





A yes, American Football, famously only followed by the hyper intelligent.

Does gen z even like Friends, whenever I see it come up among the younger generation they mostly seem put off by all the casual homophobia.

Qwijib0
Apr 10, 2007

Who needs on-field skills when you can dance like this?


Fun Shoe

Its Rinaldo posted:

American Football. The sport of sophisticated, discerning viewer...

Nailed us.

CannonFodder
Jan 26, 2001



Passion’s Wrench

3 DONG HORSE posted:

Have her position like a center and just be prepared to catch
I hope Ehud hasn't spent his career running the spread because if so she's going to have a hell of a time doing a shotgun snap birth.

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Timby
Dec 23, 2006

Your mother!



Impossibly Perfect Sphere posted:

Just keep a moist cloth nearby when you cook and wipe it up immediately before it cooks and dries.

Yeah, this is key for glass stop stoves. Then once or twice a year, just cover the surface in white vinegar and baking soda, then cover with a towel that's been soaked with hot water. Let it sit for fifteen minutes, then wipe it with a cloth and the surface will look brand-new.

Also, a simple handheld razor blade--the kind you can get at any hardware store for 75 cents--and some hot water will work great at removing dried-on gunk and crud. Weiman makes a really good cleaning spray, as well, and it only runs for like five bucks a bottle at Target.

My gripe with glass top stoves is that you really can't use cast iron skillets on them. That said, I'd happily take the glass top stove I had when I was married over the range that I have in my tiny-rear end kitchen now. I'm pretty sure that drat thing is older than I am; not only is the oven wildly out of calibration (to the point of the actual temperature being 20-25 degrees off from the setting), but only two of the four burners work, too. Makes me glad I'm single, because I'd be embarrassed to cook dinner for someone else on that piece of poo poo.

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