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Mr. Krab
03-23-2009, 05:07 PM
nobody can take the original out of the Original Recipe and crispy out of Extra Crispy and come up with Original Crispy
Chicken. :cuss:


http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_yxKzN-r1PSk/SXHynBVomjI/AAAAAAAAA6I/aHgjAAuC0Uw/s320/ron-simmons-damn-wwe.jpg

Buck
03-23-2009, 05:18 PM
DAMN!

mikeyis4dcats.
03-23-2009, 05:53 PM
Dr. Manhattan did...

Goldmember
03-23-2009, 06:50 PM
you shouldn't be eating that fried crap anyway

jidar
03-23-2009, 06:55 PM
You've got a good point
And you know what else? We still can't put metal in the microwave.
This is total bullshit :#

Frazod
03-23-2009, 07:04 PM
You've got a good point
And you know what else? We still can't put metal in the microwave.
This is total bullshit :#

Actually, that's not true. My new microwave has a metal rack in the middle. I have no idea what keeps it from exploding, but it's definitely metal.

jidar
03-23-2009, 07:07 PM
Actually, that's not true. My new microwave has a metal rack in the middle. I have no idea what keeps it from exploding, but it's definitely metal.

holy shit.. that's some kind of black magic.
:hail:

Frazod
03-23-2009, 07:13 PM
holy shit.. that's some kind of black magic.
:hail:

Maybe. I'm afraid if I stand directly in front of it, it'll steal my soul! :eek:

KcMizzou
03-23-2009, 07:14 PM
Maybe. I'm afraid if I stand directly in front of it, it'll steal my soul! :eek:That, or catch your tramp stamp on fire.

allen_kcCard
03-23-2009, 07:16 PM
Actually, that's not true. My new microwave has a metal rack in the middle. I have no idea what keeps it from exploding, but it's definitely metal.



http://lohdown.caltech.edu/script_archiv...
"Metal in Microwaves
Hey--how come you can't put aluminum foil into a microwave, but microwaves now come with metal racks? Are the pranksters at Panasonic TRYING to burn my kitchen down?

Physics offers an answer.

Microwave ovens produce electromagnetic waves that jiggle electrons--the negatively-charged bits inside atoms--kind of like ocean waves bob buoys up and down. Jiggling electrons represent kinetic energy -- motion at the atomic level-- and produce heat. The same jostling happens with water molecules--and THAT motion heats up your food.

The electrons in metal are mobile--they can move freely among atoms--and that's where microwave problems start. A thin metal like aluminum foil doesn't have room for all the wiggling, roving electrons. Instead, they bang into aluminum atoms, and then other aluminum atoms, and the FOIL heats up, catches fire, next thing you know, handsome firemen feel. . . you're wasting their time.

Sharp edges and points -- like on a fork--can also be prickly. The problem here? Static electricity. Electrons congregate in the edges and points, building up negative charge. Eventually, they start leaping off, causing sparks .. think mini-lightning.

But when the metal is thick, smooth, with rounded edges--that metal rack--the moving electrons can bounce around freely while rarely hitting another metal atom. Rack doesn't get hot.

Thanks for messing with my head, microwave people. But drying a poodle in the microwave, that's okay, isn't it? No. Just kidding! Don't! "

also read the faq from whirlpool
http://food.rediff.com/whirlpool/html/ma...
"Q: Why metal rack can be used in the combination mode?
A: In the combination mode, the microwave is used only for a short duration in the microwave mode when metal rack cannot and shouldn't be used. The rack has no sharp edges and the gap between the rods of the rack is large enough to prevent sparking and to allow the microwave to pass through. Please note the grill rack is only to elevate the food to come closer to quartz heater element for faster browning."

Frazod
03-23-2009, 07:18 PM
That, or catch your tramp stamp on fire.

I don't have a tramp stamp. :harumph:

allen_kcCard
03-23-2009, 07:19 PM
As an added bonus above, look for a possible alternative for when you run out of antifreeze.

KcMizzou
03-23-2009, 07:19 PM
I don't have a tramp stamp. :harumph:Shew, lucky for you.