Monday, July 12, 2010

Damn you, Safety Guy (v. 2.0)!!

This time he took the panini maker.

I swear, I think Safety Guy's purpose in life is to confiscate any electronic appliance that makes people comfortable and/or happy. I'll never forgive him for taking my crappy old heater. Unless he brings me a new one. Then all is forgiven. Not holding my breath.

9 comments:

Jeni said...

Leaving people freezing creates another safety hazard too, ya know. Tell 'em that! (Then figure out what kind of hazard it could be -can't work with frozen fingers or toes, bad for ones circulation. Gotta be something that fits there, don't you think?

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LL said...

Yeah... what the last guy said! :P

Erm... not sure what a panini maker is, but look at it this way... if he didn't create safety violations out of thin air, he wouldn't have a job. To be quite honest... I think that's actually what's happening there.

fermicat said...

Jeni - if they'd fix the climate control then people wouldn't need their space heaters. That would be my preferred solution. It is silly to have A/C and a heater running concurrently.

Chinese Spam Guy - you suck worse than Safety Guy.

LL - A panini maker is kind of like a George Forman grill that you put a whole sandwich in after you make it. It toasts the bread, melts the cheese, and flattens your sammich. It tastes much better that way.

Jenn said...

dang Fermi - I don't know if I'd want a Panini maker next to my work station if I did the work you do... just saying is all.

But they do make a yummy sammy. Made me hungry reading your reply to LL....

fermicat said...

The panini maker was in the break room. The only radiation in there is from the microwave (and the occasional cosmic ray).

Jenn said...

i came back just to read your description of how to make a Panini... gosh it still sounds good. gonna have to heat up the old iron iron and make one... LOL... j/k

ctheokas said...

That Chinese guy made a great point. Too bad he was deleted.

All you need for paninis is two irons. D-u-n, done!

fermicat said...

Yes, we have the poor man's panini maker at home - two cast iron skillets. Works like a charm!