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(ABC 27)   This proves once and for all you do not dry your clothes with your gas oven   (abc27.com) divider line 52
    More: Sad, Westmoreland County, Sandra Trolio, Western Pennsylvania, toxicology testing, gas oven, carbon monoxide poisons, charging document  
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2013-02-04 07:52:06 PM
Headline reads like Sylvia Plath's worst poem title.
 
2013-02-04 07:58:07 PM
Everyone knows you're supposed to use the microwave for that.
 
2013-02-04 08:05:13 PM

fusillade762: Everyone knows you're supposed to use the microwave for that.


It works well as long as there's no metal in the clothes.
 
2013-02-04 08:28:10 PM

fusillade762: Everyone knows you're supposed to use the microwave for that.


No the microwave used to dry small dogs and cats.
 
2013-02-04 09:09:10 PM
Disagrees

i2.ytimg.com
 
2013-02-04 09:39:40 PM
How about microwaving your pet to dry them after a bath?
 
2013-02-04 09:52:26 PM

EvilEgg: fusillade762: Everyone knows you're supposed to use the microwave for that.

No the microwave used to dry small dogs and cats.


Or hamsters?

1morecastle.com
 
2013-02-04 10:42:07 PM
That's the most tortured way of avoiding a "death by suicide" conclusion I've ever seen.
 
2013-02-04 10:42:09 PM
You know who else used gas ovens...
 
2013-02-04 10:44:59 PM
I set my microwave on fire drying some sandals. Nasty smell! Ruined everything involved....


/csb
 
2013-02-04 10:48:19 PM
Would cooking a turkey in it have been any safer in this case? Sounds like her oven had a serious problem.
 
2013-02-04 10:49:10 PM
so, um, natural gas oven fumes are deadly? when the gas is on fire? even if nothing flammable is touching the fire? because, um, that probably means that i'm already dead.

gas oven fires can dry out an area pretty well, tho i'd just hang my clothes on the shower rod. was she trying to dry her clothes with unlit natural gas? 'cause that doesn't make any sense.

article fails; we need details.
 
2013-02-04 10:49:59 PM
"Toxicology tests will take about a month to confirm the cause of Trolio's death,"


Hey! I'm on my break!
 
2013-02-04 10:53:13 PM

the801: so, um, natural gas oven fumes are deadly? when the gas is on fire? even if nothing flammable is touching the fire? because, um, that probably means that i'm already dead.

gas oven fires can dry out an area pretty well, tho i'd just hang my clothes on the shower rod. was she trying to dry her clothes with unlit natural gas? 'cause that doesn't make any sense.

article fails; we need details.


If there was a leak somewhere else in the gas line, so that when she turned the gas on there was a flame in the oven but a leak someplace else in the kitchen, it might have killed her. There, off-the-cuff solution to your question.
 
2013-02-04 10:56:34 PM
http://youtu.be/OQ7AJZaS4a0

Off subject but my house was robbed and the idiot used my ipad to take photos that uploaded to my photostream.  I made the above video..Help me make it go viral!  LAPD is not helping!!!
 
2013-02-04 11:02:46 PM

ajgeek: How about microwaving your pet to dry them after a bath?


First, you have to poke some holes in them with a fork so they don't explode.
 
2013-02-04 11:06:52 PM
There's a reason they invented "wash-n-wear",

RIP, Trolio.
 
2013-02-04 11:08:17 PM

Gyrfalcon: If there was a leak somewhere else in the gas line, so that when she turned the gas on there was a flame in the oven but a leak someplace else in the kitchen, it might have killed her. There, off-the-cuff solution to your question.


Carbon monoxide poisoning from combustion. Usually not an issue with gas ovens unless you use them for too long.
 
2013-02-04 11:09:54 PM
Also, no lava lamps on stoves.

Just in case anyone was getting experimental.

Mobile device fail, but in case there's [citation needed]: http://www.nbcnews.com/id/6621680/ns/us_news-weird_news/t/exploding-la va-lamp-kills-washington-man/
 
2013-02-04 11:13:10 PM
How else will my clothes smell like beef roast?
 
2013-02-04 11:15:29 PM

The Onion is prophetic: EvilEgg: fusillade762: Everyone knows you're supposed to use the microwave for that.

No the microwave used to dry small dogs and cats.

Or hamsters?


Splatterhouse was rad.
 
2013-02-04 11:18:34 PM

the801: so, um, natural gas oven fumes are deadly? when the gas is on fire? even if nothing flammable is touching the fire? because, um, that probably means that i'm already dead.

gas oven fires can dry out an area pretty well, tho i'd just hang my clothes on the shower rod. was she trying to dry her clothes with unlit natural gas? 'cause that doesn't make any sense.

article fails; we need details.


Maybe the clothes got too hot and began to smolder? That would release a lot of carbon monoxide because of incomplete combustion.
 
2013-02-04 11:24:36 PM
Can I still dry-clean my clothes at home using gasoline?
 
2013-02-04 11:26:57 PM

Sum Dum Gai: the801: so, um, natural gas oven fumes are deadly? when the gas is on fire? even if nothing flammable is touching the fire? because, um, that probably means that i'm already dead.

gas oven fires can dry out an area pretty well, tho i'd just hang my clothes on the shower rod. was she trying to dry her clothes with unlit natural gas? 'cause that doesn't make any sense.

article fails; we need details.

Maybe the clothes got too hot and began to smolder? That would release a lot of carbon monoxide because of incomplete combustion.


Taking a nap might also be part of the explanation.  After all the time it would take to dry the clothes is not enough for CO poisoning, but a few hours sleeping with gas stove on is enough time for it.
 
2013-02-04 11:28:31 PM

Hagbardr: Can I still dry-clean my clothes at home using gasoline?


Yes, but make site to have an off site backup running. For insurance reasons only.
 
2013-02-04 11:30:49 PM

megarian: Also, no lava lamps on stoves.

Just in case anyone was getting experimental.

Mobile device fail, but in case there's [citation needed]: http://www.nbcnews.com/id/6621680/ns/us_news-weird_news/t/exploding-la va-lamp-kills-washington-man/


I was just reading the wiki page on weird deaths the other day, it's a good time sink.
 
2013-02-04 11:31:26 PM

TheMysteriousStranger: Sum Dum Gai: the801: so, um, natural gas oven fumes are deadly? when the gas is on fire? even if nothing flammable is touching the fire? because, um, that probably means that i'm already dead.

gas oven fires can dry out an area pretty well, tho i'd just hang my clothes on the shower rod. was she trying to dry her clothes with unlit natural gas? 'cause that doesn't make any sense.

article fails; we need details.

Maybe the clothes got too hot and began to smolder? That would release a lot of carbon monoxide because of incomplete combustion.

Taking a nap might also be part of the explanation.  After all the time it would take to dry the clothes is not enough for CO poisoning, but a few hours sleeping with gas stove on is enough time for it.


I've made charcoal out of Tater tots with a gas stove and ketamine when I was in college. Citation needed.
 
2013-02-04 11:32:26 PM

UsikFark: megarian: Also, no lava lamps on stoves.

Just in case anyone was getting experimental.

Mobile device fail, but in case there's [citation needed]: http://www.nbcnews.com/id/6621680/ns/us_news-weird_news/t/exploding-la va-lamp-kills-washington-man/

I was just reading the wiki page on weird deaths the other day, it's a good time sink.


I remember when that article made it to Daily Rotten. The good old days.
 
2013-02-04 11:33:37 PM

UsikFark: megarian: Also, no lava lamps on stoves.

Just in case anyone was getting experimental.

Mobile device fail, but in case there's [citation needed]: http://www.nbcnews.com/id/6621680/ns/us_news-weird_news/t/exploding-la va-lamp-kills-washington-man/

I was just reading the wiki page on weird deaths the other day, it's a good time sink.


Wikipedia is a wormhole.

I look up KOI 172.02 and I end up an certified expert in Ukrainian history.
 
2013-02-04 11:34:45 PM
sighroll.com
 
2013-02-04 11:34:54 PM

megarian: UsikFark: megarian: Also, no lava lamps on stoves.

Just in case anyone was getting experimental.

Mobile device fail, but in case there's [citation needed]: http://www.nbcnews.com/id/6621680/ns/us_news-weird_news/t/exploding-la va-lamp-kills-washington-man/

I was just reading the wiki page on weird deaths the other day, it's a good time sink.

Wikipedia is a wormhole.

I look up KOI 172.02 and I end up an certified expert in Ukrainian history.


And apparently I need to look up grammar.
 
2013-02-04 11:35:25 PM
And it would have worked too, had the fire department not come and gotten everything all wet again.

Those inconsiderate fire fighters.
 
2013-02-04 11:38:04 PM

another cultural observer: You know who else used gas ovens...


guestofaguest.com


Sabbath mode FTW.
 
2013-02-05 12:19:30 AM
I didnt know they still sold gas ovens.
 
2013-02-05 12:25:41 AM

another cultural observer: You know who else used gas ovens...



He was a bad cook.
 
2013-02-05 12:30:02 AM
Thinning the herd.
 
2013-02-05 12:35:00 AM

TheMysteriousStranger: Sum Dum Gai: the801: so, um, natural gas oven fumes are deadly? when the gas is on fire? even if nothing flammable is touching the fire? because, um, that probably means that i'm already dead.

gas oven fires can dry out an area pretty well, tho i'd just hang my clothes on the shower rod. was she trying to dry her clothes with unlit natural gas? 'cause that doesn't make any sense.

article fails; we need details.

Maybe the clothes got too hot and began to smolder? That would release a lot of carbon monoxide because of incomplete combustion.

Taking a nap might also be part of the explanation.  After all the time it would take to dry the clothes is not enough for CO poisoning, but a few hours sleeping with gas stove on is enough time for it.


She was 78. Senility might also been a factor.
 
2013-02-05 12:35:20 AM
Pffft. I dry my clothes with the BBQ. And I dry clean only with the sand blaster.
 
2013-02-05 12:36:35 AM
Or a microwave.

I know someone who tried a pair of jeans in his microwave thus breaking the oven.

He complained to the company and they responded saying the machine is designed to cook food - not dry clothes.

He said there was nothing in the directions that said he couldn't do it so therefore he could.

This guy is a teacher a liberal (but I repeat myself) and has his Master's degree.
 
2013-02-05 12:38:23 AM
Just because this yutz did it wrong isn't proof of jack shiat Subbsey!!
 
2013-02-05 12:39:09 AM
douchebag/hater:

This guy is a teacher a liberal (but I repeat myself) and has his Master's degree.

Can you tell us whether he was circumsised or not as well?

I bet he was B blood type too. Those B types are all stupid.
 
2013-02-05 12:39:30 AM

douchebag/hater: Or a microwave.

I know someone who tried a pair of jeans in his microwave thus breaking the oven.

He complained to the company and they responded saying the machine is designed to cook food - not dry clothes.

He said there was nothing in the directions that said he couldn't do it so therefore he could.

This guy is a teacher a liberal (but I repeat myself) and has his Master's degree.


u18chan.com
 
2013-02-05 12:52:52 AM
and don't microwave wet money hoping to dry it out. $200 and the treasury was very nice to replace the blackened 20s.
 
2013-02-05 01:07:25 AM

Ima4nic8or: I didnt know they still sold gas ovens.


For those of us who live more than 100 miles from a hydroelectric dam, yet.
 
2013-02-05 01:11:08 AM

the801: so, um, natural gas oven fumes are deadly? when the gas is on fire? even if nothing flammable is touching the fire? because, um, that probably means that i'm already dead.

gas oven fires can dry out an area pretty well, tho i'd just hang my clothes on the shower rod. was she trying to dry her clothes with unlit natural gas? 'cause that doesn't make any sense.

article fails; we need details.


Actually a gas oven will put a lot of moisture into the air. It's a byproduct of burning propane or natural gas
 
2013-02-05 01:18:32 AM

Peter von Nostrand: Disagrees

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I hear you make a mean cal-a-zone.
 
2013-02-05 01:53:25 AM

davidphogan: fusillade762: Everyone knows you're supposed to use the microwave for that.

It works well as long as there's no metal in the clothes.


Or babies.
 
2013-02-05 01:56:32 AM

Needlessly Complicated: How else will my clothes smell like beef roast?


Just wear them as normal.

/i keed, i keed
 
2013-02-05 02:00:03 AM

the801: so, um, natural gas oven fumes are deadly? when the gas is on fire? even if nothing flammable is touching the fire? because, um, that probably means that i'm already dead.


Overheated clothing fumes can be deadly.
 
2013-02-05 02:03:19 AM

Seige101: the801: so, um, natural gas oven fumes are deadly? when the gas is on fire? even if nothing flammable is touching the fire? because, um, that probably means that i'm already dead.

gas oven fires can dry out an area pretty well, tho i'd just hang my clothes on the shower rod. was she trying to dry her clothes with unlit natural gas? 'cause that doesn't make any sense.

article fails; we need details.

Actually a gas oven will put a lot of moisture into the air. It's a byproduct of burning propane or natural gas

anything.
 
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