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(SeattlePI)   2 Moscow subway workers detained in deadly crash as they tessellated the cheese incorrectly   (seattlepi.com) divider line 27
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2014-07-16 07:52:26 AM
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2014-07-16 09:16:55 AM
For all the ooo aaaa over the cheese supposedly being tessellated differently, every Subway I've been in they still do it the old way.
 
2014-07-16 11:20:08 AM
Do you want Ranch dressing with your word salad?
 
2014-07-16 11:44:26 AM
Unnecessary dairy overlap
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2014-07-16 11:47:35 AM
They probably tried to get too fancy with the tessellation.

www.math.ucla.edu
 
2014-07-16 11:49:09 AM
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Enjoy your new profession Comrades
 
2014-07-16 11:49:56 AM

BizarreMan: For all the ooo aaaa over the cheese supposedly being tessellated differently, every Subway I've been in they still do it the old way.


is the "old" way the "correct" way? as in, they put it in a ^v^v type of pattern where it makes for more cheese in every bite? as opposed to vvvv making big gaps, with corners overlapping?

actually, their cheese is so lacking on flavor, i don't really even notice when i bite into it, so i don't care. sometimes i wonder if i just get cheese there because it's included in the price...with all the other toppings i get, cheese is really obsolete. i'm a cheese lover, but really, the spinach, onions, bell peppers, pickles, sometimes banana peppers, southwest chipotle sauce, salt & pepper cover up the small amount of flavor their cheese has
 
2014-07-16 11:50:34 AM
Is that the cheese that goes through the wrinkle in time?
 
2014-07-16 11:51:53 AM
Another chain has a patent on tessellating cheese, so Subway can't do it the 'right' way without getting sued for patent infringement.

Yes, you can apparently patent how you cut cheese.   http://www.google.com/patents/US20030221535
 
2014-07-16 11:52:24 AM
Five dollar foot wrong.
 
2014-07-16 11:53:09 AM

Ambitwistor: They probably tried to get too fancy with the tessellation.

[www.math.ucla.edu image 400x300]


help me out, i can't find the sailboat in that picture
 
2014-07-16 11:53:45 AM
Those Russkies should quit buying train tracks from IKEA.
 
2014-07-16 12:00:34 PM
For anyone like myself who is confused by this thread:

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2014-07-16 12:02:52 PM

TheGreatGazoo: Another chain has a patent on tessellating cheese, so Subway can't do it the 'right' way without getting sued for patent infringement.

Yes, you can apparently patent how you cut cheese.   http://www.google.com/patents/US20030221535


Wrong. They can do it, they just have to do it in a manner that is in some way different.

You know what I'm saying.

Subway have to find their own way to cut the cheese.
 
2014-07-16 12:04:55 PM
I said... fondue the cheddar...
 
2014-07-16 12:16:01 PM

tommyl66: I said... fondue the cheddar...


Not fondle the shredder?
My mistake.
At least she liked it.
 
2014-07-16 12:25:16 PM
Authorities said the line will remain suspended until Friday morning, when they can locate and attach the switch to the rail with a single 4-millimeter wire.
 
2014-07-16 12:34:50 PM
1. That's why you never trust anything in Russia.

2. Shredded cheese.
 
2014-07-16 01:37:00 PM
In Putinist Russia, Subway sandwiches you!
 
2014-07-16 01:47:12 PM
I'd probably rather be in a subway accident than eat at subway.  Well actually not but I still really hate subway.  Nobody who works at subway seems to understand the words;

light
a little
some
a bit
a pinch

So like when I want only a little lettuce on my sandwich they put three fist fulls or just a bit of salt and pepper they shake that shaker until my sandwich looks like it has stubble and tastes like seawater.  Also their meat is loaded with nitrates their bread sucks and the vegetables are usually not as fresh as I would like.  The only thing good about subway is their cookies and that they seem to be the only fast food joint around here place the sells skim milk.
 
2014-07-16 02:10:07 PM
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Know a thing or two about tessalation
 
2014-07-16 02:20:18 PM

Egoy3k: I'd probably rather be in a subway accident than eat at subway.  Well actually not but I still really hate subway.  Nobody who works at subway seems to understand the words;

light
a little
some
a bit
a pinch

So like when I want only a little lettuce on my sandwich they put three fist fulls or just a bit of salt and pepper they shake that shaker until my sandwich looks like it has stubble and tastes like seawater.  Also their meat is loaded with nitrates their bread sucks and the vegetables are usually not as fresh as I would like.  The only thing good about subway is their cookies and that they seem to be the only fast food joint around here place the sells skim milk.


i must say i've NEVER had that problem! when i tell them to "go light" or "just a little" they have always, at every one of the 10000 locations i've been to, put the correct amount. when i tell them LOTS AND LOTS of pickles, that thing is stuffed with pickles

/i like pickles
 
2014-07-16 03:57:43 PM
I like the high turnover at the local Subways because the rookies always put the sandwich together with at least of a modicum of care, as opposed to the vets-at-three-months who just slap it together.
 
2014-07-16 06:17:16 PM
The patent quoted osi

TheGreatGazoo: Another chain has a patent on tessellating cheese, so Subway can't do it the 'right' way without getting sued for patent infringement.

Yes, you can apparently patent how you cut cheese.   http://www.google.com/patents/US20030221535


That isn't for laying out the sandwich, Sargento appears to have the rights for a patent to "cut the cheese."
 
2014-07-16 07:07:18 PM

rnatalie: That isn't for laying out the sandwich, Sargento appears to have the rights for a patent to "cut the cheese."


My grandfather could have shown you prior art on cutting the cheese.
 
2014-07-16 09:47:22 PM
Sweet dreams are made of cheese
Who am I to diss a brie
I cheddar the world
And the feta cheese
Everybody's looking for stilton
 
2014-07-16 10:39:49 PM

Tom_Slick: [gulaghistory.org image 700x460]

Enjoy your new profession Comrades


Metro-North engineers?
 
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