Hot Pocket Recall

Hot Pocket Recall has been in the news a lot lately. Here the latest.

Commissaries taking part in Hot Pocket recall

20 February 2014 | 12:14 pm The Defense Commissary Agency is taking part in a recall on some Nestl Hot Pocket flavors due to a contaminated beef source used in the products.

Hot Pockets recall involves diseased meat, delicious irony

20 February 2014 | 7:43 am There are several gross things about yesterday's announcement that Nestle would be recalling some of its Hot Pockets products as…

Hot Pocket Recall: May Contain Recalled Beef

20 February 2014 | 1:57 am Philly Steak and Cheese Hot Pockets are being recalled; the popular snack may contain meat that has already been recalled by the USDA. So far, no illnesses have been reported. Customers can return the Hot Pockets to the place where

Hot Pockets Recall vs Jim Gaffigan | The Braiser

19 February 2014 | 8:39 pm Nestle recalled two Hot Pockets brands today specifically the Philly Steak and Cheese and the Croissant Crust Philly Steak and Cheese because the beef in them came from a California meat company that has been

Keep Calm and Carrion: Your Hot Pockets Recall Survival Kit …

19 February 2014 | 3:19 pm The world of portable foodstuffs was shaken to its core Tuesday with the announcement that Nestl is recalling batches of Hot Pockets due to improper meat inspections, stemming from a larger recall involving a Hot Pockets

Hot Pockets Recalled Over 'Diseased And Unsound Animal' Contents

19 February 2014 | 11:39 am Put down the Hot Pockets. This is one recall you definitely want to pay attention to.

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6 Responses to Hot Pocket Recall

  • Why Is The Public Trying To Strong-arm Chrysler Into A Recall? Because a FIFTEEN YEAR-OLD vehicle caught fire after being rear ended by a TRACTOR TRAILER going 60mph? Seriously, I feel for the victims’ families and all but every time I see this headline on CNN it just makes me crazy. Any time a car gets rear-ended by a tractor trailer at such a high speed, there is always going to be a risk of fuel-tank perforation. Where exactly would all of the engineers in the mainstream media have Chrysler put the fuel tank? In the front? Brilliant idea. In the front, where it will be closer to the driver and the extremely hot engine and the exhaust system. In the front, where the majority of heavy impact crashes statistically occur. There is no “perfectly safe” place to put a fuel tank in a direct fuel injection vehicle. Fuel tanks are placed in the back because it has statistically shown to be the most safe place. The accident is a tragedy but the fact that we’ve got people up in arms talking about a recall just goes to show the destructive trends of victimization and blame that permeate American culture nowadays. People HAVE to have SOMEONE ELSE to blame for all their misfortune, and that someone always has to have extremely deep pockets.

    Perhaps we should just accept the fact that what happened is a tragedy by not Chrysler’s fault? Perhaps we should just accept the fact that ANY passenger vehicle’s tank will most likely rupture after being compacted by a tractor trailer that could easily weigh 120,000lbs traveling at 60mph. Maybe if we want to drive cars with the latest & greatest safety features, we should buy a new car every few years rather than driving a fifteen year-old vehicle?

    • Curator says:

      I agree.

      Is that any worse than GM being fined for having “dangerous” saddle tanks on their pickup trucks, even though virtually EVERY manufacturer of pickup trucks offered saddle tanks??

      Or, how about claiming Chevy Corvairs’ “dangerous” rear suspension design was faulty, even though several auto manufacturers had exactly the same rear engine and suspension design, such as VW, Porsche, among others.

  • Rgurl says:

    Strange Dream Symbols? I’m asking this here for more insight, as my initial attempt to interpret this dream was unsatisfactory.

    As a whole, the dream was not linear and contained a maze of imagery. For the sake of figuring the whole mess out, I broke it down into multiple segments:

    #1 – The horse
    I dreamt I rescued a horse. It was emaciated and ill, so I brought it home and put it in the garage. To my surprise, I found that my garage was no longer my garage, but in reality a stable run by a very kind man who agreed to look after this horse. I recall it being dark chestnut in color, and there was also a healthy older mare with a mottled grey coloration. The two seemed to bound and in subsequent visits my horse became stronger to the point I was eventually able to ride him away from the stable. Layered in with this dream were memories of the street I grew up on and a sense of being at home in a familiar place.

    #2 – The horse man
    Sticking with the horse theme, I met a man who was a horse. Oddly enough, we met in a public restroom when he changed from a horse to a man, and slipped into the hot tub while I was using the toilet. I was embarrassed by the encounter, but when I saw his face I was immediately (almost desperately) attracted to him and all other emotions faded away. He had reddish hair, blue eyes, and an almost tan complexion. In his horse form, he often changed appearances but always shared that same auburn color. He would also appear throughout my other dreams, almost randomly and without context. Each time he appeared I would jump out of the dream I was in and become solely fixated on his presence.

    #3 – The kidnappings.
    This one is more vague than the others. I remember meeting a young girl in her mid-teens at the stable where my horse was kept. She then popped up in a few different dream scenarios, leading up to our meeting in a room. The room was in a house that seemed to be in close proximity to my own home, but I was unable to establish where exactly. She was thinning, frail, and troubled. Her long dirty blonde hair was braided in a single large braid, and she wore a pale pink nightgown with boots. We talked for a bit, then walked around the property she was on. She was nervous and hungry, wanting to eat but refusing too. As we re-entered the house a short, round, balding man with dark hair checked his pocket watch and asked why she had been gone so long. She apologized and we were back in the room, at which point the horse man appeared again and I asked him to get help.

    When I returned to this dream, I discovered additional girls being kept in the house, at which point I attempted to confront the man. He was angry with me, denied any wrong doing, and threatened to imprison me if I pushed the matter further. At which point it became known that this girls were sex slaves about to be sold into permanent slavery. Once again I was ejected from this dream.

    When I returned for the final part, I was walking down a city street lined with shops. I was speaking with the girl again, only she was healthy and doing well. She was also quite nervous and confided in me that she felt the man (along with an accomplice) were out to get her again. I assured her we were safe, but then the man appeared out of nowhere and attempted to grab her. His accomplice was a tall, skinny man and seemed clumsy. The two of us combined, managed to defeat the men, but as they walked away they threatened to come and get us while we slept. Suddenly a police man appeared alongside the horse man and they consoled us as I woke up.

    Any thoughts?

    • Curator says:

      You feel like you need to rescue people, but you know cannot take on this full responsibility. You carry a lot of weight on your shoulders hince I think the kidnappings are more harsh in your dreams for you because something is overwhelming in real life. You take on a large amount of troubles, and sometimes internalize everything this was your bodies way of releasing everything.
      This is just a guess? But you don’t always have to be the hero you know?

  • Tanya says:

    How Do You Decorate Pocket Diapers? Cloth Diaper Users Only Please? I bought some cheap pocket diapers off ebay for a really good price what I want to know is if there is any way to make them “my own”. I thought of buying material that I like and just sewing over the outside cover, but i wasn’t sure if i could do this or would it ruin the diaper. I love the different designs thjey have on etsy but i just can’t bring myself to pay $30 plus for a diaper. any help would be great!

    • Curator says:

      It is probably not a good idea. The PUL on the outer is waterproof because it has no holes. the minute you put a needle through it you are puncturing it. *Usually* (at leas tin every one I’ve seen) the ones that have things sewn onto them have PUL liners with fabric outters & the applique is sewn onto the fabric, then layered with the PUL & then the diaper is sewn. There is no way to do that after the diaper is put together. Then you could try iron on – but i am not sure PUL would take that well at I wouldn’t. And the only other option I know of is glue. There is a glue called “okay To Wash It” (silly name I know) and it really does work pretty well – HOWEVER…I have never tried using it on something like a dipe. Dipes stretch & I cant’ recall ever having used it on a stretch fabric so I don’t know what they might do & then, babies are on their bums a lot, so it’s a “high traffic area” for lack of a better way to describe it AND it gets washed a LOT as compared to the items I’ve used it on…so I can’t say how it might hold up under that type of use. Personally, if it were me, I’d probably find a simple pattern for a diaper cover (there are tons of free ones online), make it out of whatever cloth I like & put it OVER the cheap covers you don’t like, as a separate piece…because I can’t think of ANY options that I could actually say would work in my mind – and I do cloth dipe AND I am a sewer – as in I have a small home business doing children’s clothing & I’ve made my own diaper covers. I am not saying it won’t work, it’s just not something I can recommend. The glue *might* work, I can’t say. Since I do sew, any time I want something to be durable, I sew it. If you feel compelled to try to do something, you can try that & do it to ONE diaper & see how it goes. That way if it’s a flop you haven’t ruined them all. Same could be said for sewing on it though. In theory it *might* work because if you dry it on HOT, that PUL is supposed to be self healing…I am just not sure if the thread itself might wick wetness right through to the top. :/ the nice thing with sewing is that if it doesn’t work, you won’t have to wait to see how it goes, you’ll know the first time you use it. 😛

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