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Whoa! Who said a 4 or 6 year old? I said two 10 year olds.
John Posada wrote:
> --- Michele Davis <michele -at- krautgrrl -dot- com> wrote:
> > I posted this at the bottom of one of my comment on Bad Page
> > Design, but wondered about people's opinions.
> My opinion is that a four or six year old should not be cooking on
> top of a stove or working with boiling liquids from a microwave.
> Helping an adult maybe, but then the adult would (should) know.
> > Speaking of design, Kraft needs to work on their instructions for
> > making Mac -n- Cheese. 2 10 year olds read the directions and
> > followed them from "Top Of Stove" through to "No Drain Microwave."
> > They had no IDEA that these were two separate
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