You Can Cook Tuna Steaks On This Crazy Japanese Aircraft Carrier Grill

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I don't know how you cook steaks, but it's wrong, because you could have cooked on this. It's based on a WWII Japanese aircraft carrier (maybe the Akagi?) that produced 160,000hp, which somehow equates to 350 degrees Celsius of cooking power, at least according to the advertisement for this insane cooking device.

This thing is seriously the USS Flagg for grown men. They even left rear deck-space for depth charges (Yeager bombs) and some bow area for pouring kamikazes.

Someone at the George Foreman Grill Corporation (if that's a real thing) needs to get on this. America must meet the tasty threat with their own food-themed grill!