More from Comment SpamFest:
I wonder if Jonathon will notice this comment….
To which Jonathon responded:
Thanks for commenting, Jeff. I did find your comment — but only by chance…
No, no! Don’t run off. It gets better. Really!
And now, for another Tips for Living:
Tip 3 (Tip 2, having to do with the FBI, is in comments of previous post): remove the cardboard from the pizza before placing it in oven. We have this tip directly from Jeneane Sessum, reporting on secret experimentation being conducted at Professor Chris Locke’s Colorado-based laboratory.
(No, not that laboratory, the other one.)
Though Professor Locke reports on improved flavor and texture, the hazards associated with baking cardboard at 475 degrees outweigh the benefits gained, in our learned opinion. In fact, while conducting an investigation into why Professor Locke’s pizza didn’t spontaneously combust, we found that the melted plastic of the pizza covering most likely prevented the cardboard from catching fire. Said plastic may also account for additional crunchiness of pizza.
These findings will be reported to Professor Locke after he completes the process of dealing with all of that extra roughage in his diet.