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Posted: 09/08/19 01:31pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

No breakage, ever. One time the refrigerator door came open and I had plastic containers on the floor. Bean soup stayed upright (lucky there !). I found hard boiled eggs all over but unhurt. I find it very important to carry an empty glass jar for any cooking grease or liquid. Easy to dump in the trash & it’s not my problem anymore.

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My 2 cents given free: Every one of those glass products went down a conveyor line at the bottling plant doing close to the speed of sound. Then put on a train car, jolted down some rusty old train track, transferred to the back of a semi truck, beat up by every bump in the road that no "underpaid by the mile" driver ever slows down for. It got thrown on a pallet jack, bounced up on a loading dock. Slung around the store and finally up on the shelf for you to buy. That final destination happened somewhere around midnight, compliments of some purple haired kid, who didn't give rats behind whether it broke or not, this job was just temporary anyway, he's goina' "bounce this town" and be a tattoo artist someday. All he needs is the funds to bail out his "Babies Momma" and he's gone! So,,,, as I see it, it's been well tested, you ain't goina break it and sadly,,, most of this is true.
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