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(Futurism)   You soon will have something else to blame for the terrible Buffalo Wings you get at BWW   (futurism.com) divider line
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919 clicks; posted to Food » on 28 Oct 2021 at 5:55 PM (4 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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2021-10-28 6:11:28 PM  
I knew an Al Fryer once.

Perhaps if you're doing a story on Artificial Intelligence, either employ a font that differentiates 'AI' from 'Al', or type out the words.

We're so sorry, Uncle AI-bert
 
2021-10-28 6:50:01 PM  
now invent one that cleans the fryers and frying accessories. well? we're waiting!
 
2021-10-28 6:55:27 PM  
A limit switch fails, and Wingy makes an invalid movement, tipping the fryer and flooding the kitchen with boiling oil in 3...2...1...
 
2021-10-28 7:34:25 PM  

Secret Troll Alt: A limit switch fails, and Wingy makes an invalid movement, tipping the fryer and flooding the kitchen with boiling oil in 3...2...1...


It's OK, software is always perfect.
 
2021-10-28 7:37:49 PM  
I like Buffalo Wild Wings, damnit.
 
2021-10-28 7:38:50 PM  

Secret Troll Alt: A limit switch fails, and Wingy makes an invalid movement, tipping the fryer and flooding the kitchen with boiling oil in 3...2...1...


Yeah, because no fast food employee has ever done that before..

/Friend tried to rush the Friday cleanup because he had a date, turns out letting the fry oil cool from 350 to 300 still leaves it hot enough to melt the 5 gallon oil containers.
 
2021-10-28 8:11:38 PM  

robodog: Secret Troll Alt: A limit switch fails, and Wingy makes an invalid movement, tipping the fryer and flooding the kitchen with boiling oil in 3...2...1...

Yeah, because no fast food employee has ever done that before..

/Friend tried to rush the Friday cleanup because he had a date, turns out letting the fry oil cool from 350 to 300 still leaves it hot enough to melt the 5 gallon oil containers.


Knock over a whole-ass floor-standing deep fryer filled with anywhere between 35 to 100 pounds of oil, in the middle of a lunch or dinner rush? Yeah, they probably have, and they probably have the scars to prove it. But most humans aren't going to do that because deep-fryers are heavy and hot. Wingy, the blind robot arm with no sense of touch is going to rely on its limit switches being accurate to make sure it isn't going to drag the fryer out of its parking space and douse the kitchen staff with 10 to 15 gallons of hot peanut squeezings.

I can totally see the fry cook or the cleanup crew knocking it over after hours while trying to clean the thing, and trying to rush it. But I can imagine a hardware malfunction slinging boiling oil across a madhouse kitchen that's completely full of bodies trying to manage 20-30 orders, whereas I cannot see a human frycook doing the same.
 
2021-10-28 8:17:31 PM  
I hadn't been to a BW3 in a long time, went a few weeks ago. After that article ranking all their sauces recently, I wanted to try the salt and vinegar rub instead of my standard hot.

I gotta say, that salt and vinegar dry rub was freaking amazing.  I still hate the atmosphere at that place, every television turned up to 85 volume.  but I demolished 15 of those wings, and i need to learn how to make that seasoning, or just buy some.
 
2021-10-28 8:19:25 PM  

Secret Troll Alt: robodog: Secret Troll Alt: A limit switch fails, and Wingy makes an invalid movement, tipping the fryer and flooding the kitchen with boiling oil in 3...2...1...

Yeah, because no fast food employee has ever done that before..

/Friend tried to rush the Friday cleanup because he had a date, turns out letting the fry oil cool from 350 to 300 still leaves it hot enough to melt the 5 gallon oil containers.

Knock over a whole-ass floor-standing deep fryer filled with anywhere between 35 to 100 pounds of oil, in the middle of a lunch or dinner rush? Yeah, they probably have, and they probably have the scars to prove it. But most humans aren't going to do that because deep-fryers are heavy and hot. Wingy, the blind robot arm with no sense of touch is going to rely on its limit switches being accurate to make sure it isn't going to drag the fryer out of its parking space and douse the kitchen staff with 10 to 15 gallons of hot peanut squeezings.

I can totally see the fry cook or the cleanup crew knocking it over after hours while trying to clean the thing, and trying to rush it. But I can imagine a hardware malfunction slinging boiling oil across a madhouse kitchen that's completely full of bodies trying to manage 20-30 orders, whereas I cannot see a human frycook doing the same.


BRB, writing horror movie script.
 
2021-10-28 9:04:00 PM  

robodog: Secret Troll Alt: A limit switch fails, and Wingy makes an invalid movement, tipping the fryer and flooding the kitchen with boiling oil in 3...2...1...

Yeah, because no fast food employee has ever done that before..

/Friend tried to rush the Friday cleanup because he had a date, turns out letting the fry oil cool from 350 to 300 still leaves it hot enough to melt the 5 gallon oil containers.z


I worked at McDonald's when I was 16. One day a kid about my age reached into the McNugget fry oil to grab a stray nugget. I have never heard a human make the sound he made. I'd imagine it to be like a cat being skinned alive. We never saw that employee again.
 
2021-10-28 9:11:30 PM  

CFitzsimmons: robodog: Secret Troll Alt: A limit switch fails, and Wingy makes an invalid movement, tipping the fryer and flooding the kitchen with boiling oil in 3...2...1...

Yeah, because no fast food employee has ever done that before..

/Friend tried to rush the Friday cleanup because he had a date, turns out letting the fry oil cool from 350 to 300 still leaves it hot enough to melt the 5 gallon oil containers.z

I worked at McDonald's when I was 16. One day a kid about my age reached into the McNugget fry oil to grab a stray nugget. I have never heard a human make the sound he made. I'd imagine it to be like a cat being skinned alive. We never saw that employee again.


I have a friend that has burn scars on his face.

His story is he was leaning over a fryer at work and a lighter dropped out of a pocket into it.

Said the warning label floated to the surface just before it blew up in his face.

Also great, how long till they make the fryer the bartenders duties at the end of the night? My last stint with BWW a decade ago the manager tried to tell me bartenders clean the bathroom at the end of the night. Yup go fark yourself.
 
2021-10-28 9:59:22 PM  

phedex: I hadn't been to a BW3 in a long time, went a few weeks ago. After that article ranking all their sauces recently, I wanted to try the salt and vinegar rub instead of my standard hot.

I gotta say, that salt and vinegar dry rub was freaking amazing.  I still hate the atmosphere at that place, every television turned up to 85 volume.  but I demolished 15 of those wings, and i need to learn how to make that seasoning, or just buy some.


Amazon
 
2021-10-28 10:52:45 PM  
The robots are coming. Sam Waterston told me so. That's why I have Old Glory Insurance.
 
2021-10-29 12:05:42 AM  
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2021-10-29 7:15:43 AM  
Save the wings for stock. Drumsticks ftw.
 
2021-10-29 7:16:41 AM  

Schlubbe: I knew an Al Fryer once.

Perhaps if you're doing a story on Artificial Intelligence, either employ a font that differentiates 'AI' from 'Al', or type out the words.

We're so sorry, Uncle AI-bert


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2021-10-29 9:04:31 AM  
Buffalo wild wings: for peopld who like to overpay for mediocre wings and short pours
 
2021-10-29 9:32:38 AM  

DuneClimber: I like Buffalo Wild Wings, damnit.


It's ok.

I like the McRib
 
2021-10-29 10:33:12 AM  
Still will need a human to clean the farker
 
2021-10-29 11:07:19 AM  

drjekel_mrhyde: Still will need a human to clean the farker


Oh, that's sweet, you actually believe BWW cleans the fryer on any amount of regularity.
 
2021-10-29 12:23:04 PM  
Aren't ALL buffalo wings terrible? I mean, when the only thing that works on your tongue is the pain receptors, maybe reconsider keeping your taste buds in a constant state of injury by putting trashy hot sauce on everything.
 
2021-10-29 1:07:00 PM  

Saborlas: Aren't ALL buffalo wings terrible? I mean, when the only thing that works on your tongue is the pain receptors, maybe reconsider keeping your taste buds in a constant state of injury by putting trashy hot sauce on everything.


You sound fun.
 
2021-10-29 1:16:03 PM  

Saborlas: Aren't ALL buffalo wings terrible?


No.
/that was easy
 
2021-10-29 2:42:02 PM  
Real funny, shiatting on BWW's wings.  Has anyone even thought to mention how bad their service is too?
 
2021-10-29 3:13:28 PM  

Thosw: phedex: I hadn't been to a BW3 in a long time, went a few weeks ago. After that article ranking all their sauces recently, I wanted to try the salt and vinegar rub instead of my standard hot.

I gotta say, that salt and vinegar dry rub was freaking amazing.  I still hate the atmosphere at that place, every television turned up to 85 volume.  but I demolished 15 of those wings, and i need to learn how to make that seasoning, or just buy some.

Amazon


Balling! thanks.
 
2021-10-29 9:50:47 PM  

GnomePaladin: Real funny, shiatting on BWW's wings.  Has anyone even thought to mention how bad their service is too?


Er... that sucks too?
 
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