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Re: Man Cooked to Death in Tuna Oven

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I am just wondering who buys tuna in water, how revolting.

I am also wondering how it would feel to be steamed to death, hopefully he would have asphyxiated before he felt his skin starting to slip off of his bones...

Civil suit pending no doubt.
It so not revolting!! Oil packed is more disgusting, and my kitteh won't eat that.

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the dude could have hollered when the carts were being rolled in there...question is why did the dude stay silent when the carts were all pushed in? it's not as if they shove all of the stuff in there in a few seconds. either he wanted to take a nap in the wrong place to hide away during lunch hour,and fell asleep, or he wanted to be tuna chunks himself. I vote suicide by steam.

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Re: Man Cooked to Death in Tuna Oven

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It so not revolting!! Oil packed is more disgusting, and my kitteh won't eat that.
Tuna in oil keeps the taste of the fish intact, you lose all of the goodness and consistency with water.
Oh and it tastes way too salty. You can make a decent dressing with the oil too...win win.
Horses for courses I guess.

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Re: Man Cooked to Death in Tuna Oven

That is so fucked up, that poor guy.

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the dude could have hollered when the carts were being rolled in there...question is why did the dude stay silent when the carts were all pushed in? it's not as if they shove all of the stuff in there in a few seconds. either he wanted to take a nap in the wrong place to hide away during lunch hour,and fell asleep, or he wanted to be tuna chunks himself. I vote suicide by steam.
Suicide did come to mind.

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Tuna in oil keeps the taste of the fish intact, you lose all of the goodness and consistency with water.
Oh and it tastes way too salty. You can make a decent dressing with the oil too...win win.
Horses for courses I guess.
I only buy it for when there is absolutely nothing else to eat. I do mix it with mayonnaise though.

I taste it all day long.

I blot everything, too. I hate the smell of grease when someone is cooking.

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Re: Man Cooked to Death in Tuna Oven

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How long would it take to die in a 275 degree oven? Its not exactly 'hot' for an oven. Would you suffocate? I doubt your lungs could take 275 degree air
No clue. I found this, but, no temperature is given. Crematoriums use 1400 - 1800 degrees Fahrenheit.

It is a few years old.

Exactly How Does the Human Body Burn?

May 23, 2009

Linda Geddes,

New Scientist

Until now, scientific knowledge about burned remains has been limited. Anything that wasn’t based on speculation has come either from post-hoc examination of burnt corpses — where the exact circumstances of the fire are usually unclear — or from the deliberate burning of pig corpses, which have key differences to humans. “There wasn’t much literature,” says Elayne Pope, a forensic scientist at the University of West Florida. “The science is young.”

Eight years ago, a medical institute in Memphis, Tennessee, agreed to provide Pope with some of its donated bodies and she began her unusual mission. To date, she has made use of about 30 whole corpses and various additional body parts.

So what happens after they light the fire?

“A human limb burns a little like a tree branch,” says John DeHaan, a fire investigator at Fire-Ex Forensics in Vallejo, California, who works with Pope.

First, he says, the thin outer layers of skin fry and begin to peel off as the flames dance across their surface.

Then, after around 5 minutes, the thicker dermal layer of skin shrinks and begins to split, allowing the underlying yellow fat to leak out.

“That’s when the fire gets most interesting,” says DeHaan. Body fat can make a good fuel source, but it needs material such as clothing or charred wood to act as a wick. Like that in a wax candle, a wick absorbs the fat and pulls it into the flame, where it is vapourised, so enabling it to burn.

Assuming there is sufficient wick material, the body can sustain its own fire for around 7 hours.

During this time, the heat causes muscles to dry out and contract, making the limbs move and sometimes adopt characteristic postures. Bone takes longer to burn, so by the end the skeleton is usually laid bare like a charred anatomical model, coated in the greasy residue of burned flesh.


See more at: http://disinfo.com/2009/05/exactly-h....M17yG8l3.dpuf

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Re: Man Cooked to Death in Tuna Oven

Tuna in water rocks

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I only buy it for when there is absolutely nothing else to eat. I do mix it with mayonnaise though.

I taste it all day long.

I blot everything, too. I hate the smell of grease when someone is cooking.
Salad cream and beetroot is better.

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Re: Man Cooked to Death in Tuna Oven

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If everyone had, "common sense," we'd have no DR.

Stupidity, as usual.

I added some more info. They thought he was in the bathroom.
They wouldn't be working at a Tuna factory..

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