Eat Me Receipts
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RECEIPTS ARE LISTED NEWEST TO OLDEST DESCENDING
These receipts can be inscrutable so we try to remedy that by spelling out the confusing ones by listing the items beneath the receipt. If items are listed and are checked (or not but are listed), they have been tested by the Inspector Alert nuclear radiation monitor and show no overt signs of alpha, beta and/or gamma radiation contamination that the nuclear radiation monitor can detect over background ionization.
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Note that a check with a “VG” in front of it means checked only for excess gamma usually referring to can products. “VGB” means the item was check for beta and gamma but not alfa. This is a somewhat insufficient test and should be considered as such but still gives a good indication of relative hotness.