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(The Billfold)   "I'd come home with huge blisters in my mouth from the salt"   (thebillfold.com) divider line 12
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2014-03-29 01:00:46 PM  
Mike: How would you describe semen to someone?
Matthew: I think I said "salty, creamy notes, vinegar tang." I wowed them.
 
2014-03-29 01:08:32 PM  

beverly8: Mike: How would you describe semen to someone?
Matthew: I think I said "salty, creamy notes, vinegar tang." I wowed them.



Funny - and true (so I've heard)
 
2014-03-29 01:51:53 PM  
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Amateur
 
2014-03-29 04:34:31 PM  
I find that sort of thing fascinating, I would watch a TV series on how processed food is made/tested etc.
 
2014-03-29 05:00:37 PM  
...and that's why you never blow Mr Peanut.
 
2014-03-29 07:31:41 PM  

Principal Clarinet: beverly8: Mike: How would you describe semen to someone?
Matthew: I think I said "salty, creamy notes, vinegar tang." I wowed them.


Funny - and true (so I've heard)


Waffle batter with bleach notes
 
2014-03-29 08:37:08 PM  

Barfmaker: I find that sort of thing fascinating, I would watch a TV series on how processed food is made/tested etc.


Brought to you by Whole Foods:  "We'd never try to sell you this sh*t!"
 
2014-03-29 09:00:54 PM  
Matthew: Three days a week for 4-6 hours a day at 12 dollars an hour, minus taxes. And once the panel finished training the pay rose to $15.75 an hour.
Mike: They deducted your pay to train you at first?
Matthew: Basically!


No, they paid you less at first because you were less valuable to them.  Then, once their investment in you had paid off, they gave you an incentive to stay on so they wouldn't have to pay to train someone else.
 
2014-03-30 03:45:37 AM  

Barfmaker: I find that sort of thing fascinating, I would watch a TV series on how processed food is made/tested etc.



"How It's Made" on Discovery Science often has segments that show how various frozen/prepackaged foods are manufactured.
 
2014-03-30 07:06:39 AM  
Let's see, quit not because of the horribleness of the job, but because management treated them like they weren't people.

Have to wonder if that was factored into their cost projections for the positions.
 
2014-03-30 07:51:23 AM  

spiralscratch: Barfmaker: I find that sort of thing fascinating, I would watch a TV series on how processed food is made/tested etc.


"How It's Made" on Discovery Science often has segments that show how various frozen/prepackaged foods are manufactured.


Food Tech
 
2014-03-30 10:39:05 AM  

slotz: spiralscratch: Barfmaker: I find that sort of thing fascinating, I would watch a TV series on how processed food is made/tested etc.


"How It's Made" on Discovery Science often has segments that show how various frozen/prepackaged foods are manufactured.

Food Tech


Also Food Factory.
 
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