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Yeah, but how far should the warnings and cautions go?
For example, I know two adults who reached into the energized blades of
snow-throwers to remove debris . . .. My car comes with a bunch of yellow
and black warnings all over the sun visors--it's horrible. These warnings
are not removable. Yes, I know these things, why are they in my face every
day??????? I don't read them every day. Believe it or not, I read them once.
They said things like "being a moron in a vehicle moving 60 mph can cause
But, hey, starting a fire in the oven is a relatively safe way to learn
about NOT leaving the rolls in the wrapper . . . of course, unless you try
to put the fire out with that Bacardi 151 Rum that is labelled "Flammable."
sean -at- quodata -dot- com
> -----Original Message-----
> From: David Berg [SMTP:dberg -at- dmpnet -dot- com]
> > I am remembering the first time I made K M&C - I was in my early
> > and I recall that I was also unsure as to whether I should be
> > following ALL
> > of the instructions, both stovetop and then microwave.
> I personally know of two adults who put "brown and serve" rolls in the
> complete with the plastic bag. They must not have been the only folks to
> it...lately I've seen the instructions on the back that TELL you to take
> rolls out of the bag first.
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