Plastic Chef Neelix

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Barring that, watch him try to cook in those pots and the absolutely awkward ways he must hold the utensils to stir anything in them to realize the other reason those positions are moronic.  Stew pots should always be lower then chest level; it just makes everything much simpler to manage.  In point of fact, this is why many industrial burners designed for use with high-capacity stockpots actually have stove-tops sometime a ''half foot lower'' then normal commercial ranges. <ref>[[VOY]] "Investigations"</ref>
 
Barring that, watch him try to cook in those pots and the absolutely awkward ways he must hold the utensils to stir anything in them to realize the other reason those positions are moronic.  Stew pots should always be lower then chest level; it just makes everything much simpler to manage.  In point of fact, this is why many industrial burners designed for use with high-capacity stockpots actually have stove-tops sometime a ''half foot lower'' then normal commercial ranges. <ref>[[VOY]] "Investigations"</ref>
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== Neelix does not care about the well being of his customers ==
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Neelix does not care about the well being of his customers.  On more then on occasion, he does not respond when someone shows signs of illness in his mess hall.  In one episode the Doctor responds to a report of a medical emergency in the mess hall but when he arrives he finds nothing is wrong until a crewman slumps over ill while he is standing there.  What is then revealed is that the mess hall is running 6 minutes behind the rest of the ship.  This implies that Neelix let a man sit slumped over on a table without doing anything for six whole minutes! 
  
 
== Conclusion ==
 
== Conclusion ==

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