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Desc:Serves three to six people
Tags:microwave, cooking, clinical depression, processed food
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Serves 3-6 people if anyone is around. Otherwise, once completed just dispose of them in the proper waste container or compost area.
Who is this guy?
I love this.
Google: Steven Reed Weber Cooks and click on the Gawker article

The Mothership
Is this guy real, or a brilliant performer? Either way it's worth 5.
A great Tim and Eric sketch.

Let the hate begin.
Today I have witnessed the second coming of Escoffier. Nothing I have ever cooked or will ever cook professionally will surpass this. I can only travel to Weber State University and throw myself at this man's feet, offering to be his stagiaire for the rest of my days, in the hope that I might absorb even 1% of his shining brilliance.
Don't breathe this
The last fifteen seconds.
And hey, what do you know, he's a registered sex offender.

Jet Bin Fever
Surreal and wonderful.
Is this the Onion? I can't tell anymore.
Oh shit, I just realized he's in a studio. The depressing shot of the microwave was awesome. He fails to mix them together. He can't open a bag of chips. Looking from camera to camera.
Just put it in the bowl, mix it up, baby you got a stew going.
Some one please cut in Budd Dwyer's "nice shot" right at the end. Please.
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