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Well since evryone seems to be on their high horse today, at what AGE would YOU,
oh mighty, I know kids better then you, think children should be allowed to use
a stove? The directions ARE unclear. Let's assume for a second that you dropped
out of school in the 4th grade to help your father in the fields. You moved to
America and tried to make mac-n-cheese, oops! It doesn't taste "quite" right!
John Posada wrote:
> Boiling water, stove tops, open flame, or glowing electric stove
> elements are not for children.
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