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Old 04-30-2015, 06:39 AM
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Re: Man Cooked to Death in Tuna Oven

a simple occupied or work in progress sign at the oven entrance could have prevented this or a simple hello, anyone in there ? ffs. you almost get to think it's murder

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Re: Man Cooked to Death in Tuna Oven

Almost happened to me on Tuesday night, the Mrs gained a few well placed winter pounds

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Re: Man Cooked to Death in Tuna Oven

If they can miss that there's a person in the oven imagine what other shit could get missed and included in 'Bumble Bee' can of tuna... Guarantee that stuff is full of rodents, insects, and their shit. Eat up.

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What a way to go

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Re: Man Cooked to Death in Tuna Oven

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I think of the top five ways I'd hate to die and being cooked to death is definitely up there.

No way to hurry up and off yourself either.
Fire/dying in an oven, and drowning have got to be the worst! You know you are dying, but, you cannot do a damned thing!

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That is horrific. What a way to go.

I agree, common sense is lacking in a lot of people. But at some point when you are doing your job (which involves people being in an oven) you should probably think, "Hm.. maybe someone is inside this oven & I shouldn't turn it on until I check.."

Well, if there were, say, 5 other workers and you only see 4, you really should check.

Granted, I doubt most people would think to check the oven.

We have too many cases of bus drivers leaving children on buses lately here.

People don't give a shit anymore.

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a simple occupied or work in progress sign at the oven entrance could have prevented this or a simple hello, anyone in there ? ffs. you almost get to think it's murder
Good point!

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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.

I buy it.

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Aren't the pics on here? I could have sworn I've seen some pics of that same event
I didn't find any, but, there could be.

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Re: Man Cooked to Death in Tuna Oven

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

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