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#29198 - 09/10/03 04:46 PM Is poking a knife into the toaster really dangerous?
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Is poking a knife into the toaster really dangerous?

I thought it was explained pretty well.

Bob

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#29199 - 09/10/03 05:27 PM Re: Is poking a knife into the toaster really dangerous?
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Bob, I have known for years that "poking" anything in any thing, or any thing in anything, is dangerous. (or in the least risky)

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#29200 - 09/10/03 09:03 PM Re: Is poking a knife into the toaster really dangerous?
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The link helps prove that the phrase "One too many knives in the toaster" should be up there with other descriptions like "Missing a few marbles" or "His bread's only half baked."

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