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He was weird, I won't lie


:) We all had at least one weird teacher, that's for sure.
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Microwaved a CD once, makes all sorts of interesting sparks!

that's actually my preferred method for data destruction at work for optical media...i've actually got a dedicated microwave just for CD/DVD "decommissioning"
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Wow! You must go through some discs!
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Ants were in my microwave once, so I put it on for 45 secants and boom! They were all dead.
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Secants? :)

Haha, my physics teacher at school once told us about microwaving flies.

Not something I'd like to try in my microwave, but he definitely thought it was worth a mention during one physics lesson.

He was weird, I won't lie

Haha, that sounds great. I'm trying to imagine a fly flying around in the microwave, then exploding :) :)
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Microwaved a CD once, makes all sorts of interesting sparks!

that's actually my preferred method for data destruction at work for optical media...i've actually got a dedicated microwave just for CD/DVD "decommissioning"

Some how that doesn’t surprise me :)
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Ants were in my microwave once, so I put it on for 45 secants and boom! They were all dead.


We battled ants for several months at our house a few years ago, and finally they found themselves in the microwave. YAY! :)

We started that baby up and started cooking. Tons of em' ran out, but you can put ant bait ant in the microwave to get them back in and repeat step #1.
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A piece of metal. :)

Don't ask how or why. :)
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