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  • miles
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    Originally posted by Michael View Post
    To anyone that thought I was being sexist with that news post, I apologize. I don't mean for any of that to be sexist or discriminatory in anyway.
    I didn't take it sexist at all. The articles on that site and the connection to a great site like Phoronix is what I'd have an issue with... it's like reading infomercials, or watching TV shopping channels.

    Hopefully it's a good revenue source for Phoronix though.

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  • miles
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    I checked some of the articles, and they're not that great. I just read the cheese grater, Fingertongs and the Swiss Army Paring Knife, and they left me unimpressed. The grater is a basic plastic one, which is a no-go unless you want to change it every other month, the Knife is tested on cheese (really? unless the knife is made of butter there's no way it wouldn't work), and no test on the longevity. The Fingertongs are useless, and unlike the reviewer, no I never had any problem with a good metal tong, neither did I ever see anybody have either. And putting a piece of plastic in some boiling oil is a health hazard (chemical migrate with heat, and oil is probably the worst for that) - somebody wanted to make a few bucks, and ended up with another useless but good-looking-on-a-storeshelf piece of junk.

    My wife is on Linux, and there's no way I'll let her look as that site in its current state, because that would reflect so bad on Phoronix I'd rather she never sees it.

    Please.

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  • Michael
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    To anyone that thought I was being sexist with that news post, I apologize. I don't mean for any of that to be sexist or discriminatory in anyway. There are good male cooks and many of them at that, as with many female software engineers, etc.

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  • d2kx
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    This discussion is as ridiciulous as the one about one of the last RMS speeches with the "virgin of emacs". Do you really think either person (Michael, RMS) were trying to discrimate people? No? Than have a laugh about it.

    This foodstruments site is to help financing Phoronix.

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  • superppl
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    This isn't necessarily sexist....
    Perhaps we can impress our wives/girlfriends/otherwise cute girl by cooking up something that looks, smells, and tastes great.
    Women really appreciate special moments, even if it doesn't seem to mean much to men (and I think all of us have been in that awful position where we disregarded a "special" moment...).

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  • Mr_Alien_Overlord
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    This is April 1'st, isn't it?.... Right?


    Anyway, looking forward to seeing the Phoronix Test Suite scores for my brand of kitchen scales, versus the large hadron collider.

    PS I'm Brad Pitt and I do all my cooking at home (with a large hadron collider)
    Last edited by Mr_Alien_Overlord; 07-14-2009, 02:51 PM.

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  • mendieta
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    Originally posted by Med_ View Post
    Sorry by i find this article a tad bit sexist. I know many men more interested in cooking than in linux and a certain amount of women more interested in linux than in cooking. Besides at home, chores should be shared, i do not see why cooking stuff should only be given to women.
    I totally agree with everything you just said. I do almost _all_ the cooking at home, and yes, I am a male, and yes, I am usually tired for cooking, like most people. I was shocked when I saw the article. Hopefully we won't be seeing more of this. Oh well.

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  • [Knuckles]
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    It's weird to see a phoronix-style review with "food" hardware, heh

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  • Zhick
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    Originally posted by Med_ View Post
    Sorry by i find this article a tad bit sexist.
    Yeah I thought the same thing at first, but I'd say it was completely unintentional and merely resulted because they tried to come up with a witty title.

    @topic: Uhm... yay? :P

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  • L33F3R
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    Originally posted by Med_ View Post
    Sorry by i find this article a tad bit sexist. I know many men more interested in cooking than in linux and a certain amount of women more interested in linux than in cooking. Besides at home, chores should be shared, i do not see why cooking stuff should only be given to women.
    i agree 104%

    I am a man. I am a fit, sexy, man. And i like to cook.

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