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    Default A Sign of the Times

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    Default Re: A Sign of the Times

    Heh..... in a $475,000 house, to boot.

    At least they left off the "Self Destruct" option:

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    Default Re: A Sign of the Times

    I've to remember to change the file names of these pics before posting.

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    Default Re: A Sign of the Times

    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Thomas View Post
    Heh..... in a $475,000 house, to boot.

    At least they left off the "Self Destruct" option:
    There's no button for that. It's a built-in feature.

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    Default Re: A Sign of the Times

    I didn't see poodles, frogs or metal items on that list. And, BTW, how many pieces of pizza or nuggets are we talking about.
    I have a popcorn setting on mine, and fortunately it works great, but I have heard of some that burn or undercook the popcorn.


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    There is no cherry pie button! Oh no, how will they bake their cherry pie? There are times when I wonder who will be left to "fix" things when every operation, every task, every communication, is the result of a button being pressed. Therein may be a niche market for some one (why not us?) . . . stoves and ovens with dials on them. Dials are these round things that are turned to a setting selected from the settings on an outer ring around the dial. Turned, you know, as in turn left or turn right? Hold on, no one knows what a "turn" is any longer? Hummm . . .

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