By David Pescovitz at 10:03 am Tue, Sep 28, 2010
Yeah, you couldn’t use it and if you did, it would cease to be so pretty and Star Treky.
slice em, scotty.
Pepperoni and gagh pizzas for everyone!
Best served cold.
But can that blade cut through the Tholian web?
Anon #7 speaks true. A rocker knife is always the way to go when slicing pizza. Even when spattered with sauce and grease, they’re safer and faster and cut far more cleanly. No reason at all why one couldn’t make a convex bat’leth for the purpose.
That said, I think this is lovely and not much harder to use than your standard circular pizza-cutting device. Just gotta keep it clean and sharp.
I bet design flaws will be corrected in the next generation.
And don’t forget this fabulous USS Enterprise made of salami. Here the how to http://www.spackonauten.org/aktuell/archiv/2008_02.html#001968
(in German, but well illustrated)
That which has been seen cannot be unseen.
That stuff is good, as for now. Keep in mind that the Pizza Slice Teleporter (place the pizza to the P.S.T. and the slices will teleport to the dishes) is already in Beta and at its release it will outperform the Pizza Cutter.
Good article in Wired this month on ThinkGeek.
Crap – I thought it was gonna be like a working Phaser!
Not bad. Impossible to use.
Deep dish pepperoni? The engines canna take it nae more, Captain!
We need more power Scotty!
Very, very, VERY unsafe, especially with greasy pizza hands. EH (#2) is right.
Still, great looking though.
I prefer to use a big single blade than a circular rolling blade, it’s much easier to put enough pressure to cut all the way through.
How about a bat’leth?
*Mops screen and keyboard.*
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