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4 days ago  
In other words, someone else should hire all the clamshuckers they laid off and absorb all the business lost due to malfunctions of the Lasermatic Clam Shuck/Cluster F*ck 5000.
 
3 days ago  
The Darkness- Black Shuck
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3 days ago  
what a cluster-shuck!
 
3 days ago  
Melting tiles, scorched and slagged clams w/ shells no less, melted insulation...

Oh what an amazing smell they discovered.
 
3 days ago  
Sometimes, uh, unions find a way.
 
3 days ago  
Shucks to be them, eh?
 
3 days ago  
Whats the difference between an epileptic clam processor and a whore with diarrhea?
The clam processor has fits when he shucks.
 
3 days ago  
 
3 days ago  
I'm looking for more information about how an infrared-based clam shucker works, and am coming up empty.
 
3 days ago  
Who made the initial call that the ventilation they bought would be sufficient to ventilate the heat?  If It was STS and the other company involved in the install, then game on for the lawsuit.  If not, they're gonna have to point their lawyers in a different direction.
 
3 days ago  

bearded clamorer: Whats the difference between an epileptic clam processor and a whore with diarrhea?
The clam processor has fits when he shucks.


Unsettlingly apt user name.
 
3 days ago  
Who gives a shuck?
 
3 days ago  
Well shucks!
 
3 days ago  
When a seafood processor tried to replace human clam shuckers with a mechanical system the result was melted ceiling tiles and light fixtures.

The captain said to John Henry
"Gonna bring that steam drill 'round
Gonna bring that steam drill out on the job
Gonna whop that steel on down, Lord, Lord
Gonna whop that steel on down"


"Clam Hammer" is the name of my Death Metal... Klezmer... Ska... penis.
 
3 days ago  
"The lawsuit states that Infrashucker uses direct infrared heat to separate meat from the clamshell."

In other words, the clams will be cooked twice. Why did the restaurant owner think this was a good idea?
 
3 days ago  

WastrelWay: "The lawsuit states that Infrashucker uses direct infrared heat to separate meat from the clamshell."

In other words, the clams will be cooked twice. Why did the restaurant owner think this was a good idea?


What restaurant?
 
3 days ago  

WastrelWay: "The lawsuit states that Infrashucker uses direct infrared heat to separate meat from the clamshell."

In other words, the clams will be cooked twice. Why did the restaurant owner think this was a good idea?


Labor is expensive, he thought it was a good idea because he was going to save.   Plus he listened to a sales man that promised him everything.
 
3 days ago  
I'm betting Cape May decided to go with the cheapest system available against all advice from the installer.
 
3 days ago  

Dahnkster: When a seafood processor tried to replace human clam shuckers with a mechanical system the result was melted ceiling tiles and light fixtures.

The captain said to John Henry
"Gonna bring that steam drill 'round
Gonna bring that steam drill out on the job
Gonna whop that steel on down, Lord, Lord
Gonna whop that steel on down"

"Clam Hammer" is the name of my Death Metal... Klezmer... Ska... penis.


Farkied.

I love the story of John Henry.
 
3 days ago  
/been involved  with similar case where a company sells a production line. One part of that line doesn't work.  It jams up the thru put, and basically cripples the production line.  We worked to re engineer that section to make it speed up, but it was BS engineering to begin with
/Kenosha jeep/Chrysler engine plant refurb.
 
3 days ago  
Heh... The Infrashucker sounds like something in a Fallout game.
 
3 days ago  

WhackingDay: Heh... The Infrashucker sounds like something in a Fallout game.


Complete with story that hints some workers pulled some strings to get it to fail. If I were working that job and couldn't get another one easily, I wouldn't be too thrilled at a robot taking it either.
 
3 days ago  
I guess they're leaving the hot jiving to someone else.
 
3 days ago  
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3 days ago  

Fara Clark: /been involved  with similar case where a company sells a production line. One part of that line doesn't work.  It jams up the thru put, and basically cripples the production line.  We worked to re engineer that section to make it speed up, but it was BS engineering to begin with
/Kenosha jeep/Chrysler engine plant refurb.


Was that the plant that didn't know how to clock piston rings in the 3.8, the plant that didn't wash casting sand out of the 3.6 blocks, or the plant that didn't know how to manufacture 3.6 heads that wouldn't eat the valves in 5k miles?
 
3 days ago  
Heh, my mom worked in that factory as a clamshucker in her 20s.
 
3 days ago  

LoneVVolf: Fara Clark: /been involved  with similar case where a company sells a production line. One part of that line doesn't work.  It jams up the thru put, and basically cripples the production line.  We worked to re engineer that section to make it speed up, but it was BS engineering to begin with
/Kenosha jeep/Chrysler engine plant refurb.

Was that the plant that didn't know how to clock piston rings in the 3.8, the plant that didn't wash casting sand out of the 3.6 blocks, or the plant that didn't know how to manufacture 3.6 heads that wouldn't eat the valves in 5k miles?


When did that 3.8 fiasco happen? Asking as the owner of a 3.8L 2010 Wrangler that burns through way more oil than it should. Sounds like compression & oil rings w/ the gaps all in line would cause that, at under 90k miles.
 
3 days ago  

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Periodic reminder that Donald Trump murdered this man in Tulsa at his rally.
 
3 days ago  
Your mother gave me a hot shucking lasht night, Trebek!
 
3 days ago  

Baloo Uriza: Heh, my mom worked in that factory as a clamshucker in her 20s.


"Clamshucker"
 
3 days ago  

Baloo Uriza: Heh, my mom worked in that factory as a clamshucker in her 20s.


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3 days ago  
Well, I'm hot shucking, check it and see
I got a fever of a hundred and three
Come on baby, do you do more than dance
 
3 days ago  

Baloo Uriza: X-Geek: [Fark user image 425x425] [View Full Size image _x_]

Periodic reminder that Donald Trump murdered this man in Tulsa at his rally.


Well yeah, but he also did a lot of horrible things, too.

/I looked at it as more of an assisted suicide.
 
3 days ago  
Infrashucker is the name of my college greek shy-metal nerdcore acapella group.

Ames, Iowa has been warming up to us.
 
3 days ago  
"Do you expect me to talk?"
"No, Mr. Bond.  I expect you to shuck!"
 
3 days ago  

X-Geek: Baloo Uriza: X-Geek: [Fark user image 425x425] [View Full Size image _x_]

Periodic reminder that Donald Trump murdered this man in Tulsa at his rally.

Well yeah, but he also did a lot of horrible things, too.

/I looked at it as more of an assisted suicide.


Yeah, one of the things they did was stigmatize the BOK Center so bad the hockey team that plays there is now suing SMG Management for damages.
 
3 days ago  
How many clams would a clamshuck shuck if a clamshuck could shuck clams?
 
3 days ago  

RatMotor: LoneVVolf: Fara Clark: /been involved  with similar case where a company sells a production line. One part of that line doesn't work.  It jams up the thru put, and basically cripples the production line.  We worked to re engineer that section to make it speed up, but it was BS engineering to begin with
/Kenosha jeep/Chrysler engine plant refurb.

Was that the plant that didn't know how to clock piston rings in the 3.8, the plant that didn't wash casting sand out of the 3.6 blocks, or the plant that didn't know how to manufacture 3.6 heads that wouldn't eat the valves in 5k miles?

When did that 3.8 fiasco happen? Asking as the owner of a 3.8L 2010 Wrangler that burns through way more oil than it should. Sounds like compression & oil rings w/ the gaps all in line would cause that, at under 90k miles.


Just had all the pistons replaced in my 2013 Scion XB - under warranty. ALL U.S. made Scion engines are failing. Oil consumption beyond belief. Guys making the pistons farked up the oil return holes.
 
3 days ago  
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3 days ago  

WhackingDay: Heh... The Infrashucker sounds like something in a Fallout game.


It's Infrashucker Week - finally!
 
3 days ago  
RatMotor:
When did that 3.8 fiasco happen? Asking as the owner of a 3.8L 2010 Wrangler that burns through way more oil than it should. Sounds like compression & oil rings w/ the gaps all in line would cause that, at under 90k miles.

Check your engine number. The 2nd digit (before the 3.8) will be an S or T. There will always be a T after the 3.8. If you have an S before the 3.8, it was built in the plant that didn't know how to install piston rings. Chrysler updated their oil consumption guidelines to "1qt per 750 miles is normal" soon after that was discovered to try to tamp down the warranty complaints/repairs...

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3 days ago  
It's just the aurora borealis.
 
3 days ago  
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3 days ago  

Pert: It's just the aurora borealis.


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3 days ago  
The Claminator? Si it on the hunt for Sara Clamer?
 
3 days ago  
40 years ago I was at the Oyster Festival in Urbanna, Va. We put oysters on the gas grill. They popped open in 30 seconds and were still raw. So much easier and safer for us amateur shuckers after a few brews.
Learned to use cider vinegar with them.
 
3 days ago  
40 years ago I was at the Oyster Festival in Urbanna, Va. We put oysters on the gas grill. They popped open in 30 seconds and were still raw. So much easier and safer for us amateur shuckers after a few brews.
Learned to use cider vinegar instead of cocktail sauce. Later balsamic vinegar.
 
2 days ago  

RatMotor: LoneVVolf: Fara Clark: /been involved  with similar case where a company sells a production line. One part of that line doesn't work.  It jams up the thru put, and basically cripples the production line.  We worked to re engineer that section to make it speed up, but it was BS engineering to begin with
/Kenosha jeep/Chrysler engine plant refurb.

Was that the plant that didn't know how to clock piston rings in the 3.8, the plant that didn't wash casting sand out of the 3.6 blocks, or the plant that didn't know how to manufacture 3.6 heads that wouldn't eat the valves in 5k miles?

When did that 3.8 fiasco happen? Asking as the owner of a 3.8L 2010 Wrangler that burns through way more oil than it should. Sounds like compression & oil rings w/ the gaps all in line would cause that, at under 90k miles.


You know of which I speak.
You may pass
/fark Geddings & Lewis
 
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