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Old 01-30-2014, 05:01 AM
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Looking at the picture again, I would remove the vent and throat to create some working room, and salvage material from the dome and floor.
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Old 01-30-2014, 02:58 PM
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Thanks Stonecutter,
that sounds like a well developed technique and just what I was looking for.

I do have a couple of combi-hammers and hopefully I can enlist some labourers to help on the promise of future pizzas.

Thank you everyone for your help, I will make sure I take plenty of pictures and provide progress updates.

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Old 01-30-2014, 03:11 PM
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Gudday Jordan
Plenty of pis sounds great! We have plenty of construction pics but none the other way . An oven dissection sounds interesting
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Plenty of pis sounds great!
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The combination of alcohol and demolition work sounds like fun, if a little dangerous.
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Old 01-30-2014, 04:55 PM
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The combination of alcohol and demolition work sounds like fun, if a little dangerous.
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You seem to be the only one that enjoys predictive text
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Old 01-31-2014, 06:41 PM
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Another question:
Is it considered inappropriate to tell people "I'm making a Forno" or even ask them to participate in making my Forno?

Sorry, couldn't help it

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Yes we were talking about a Forno-flic ?
( say that demolished)
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Old 01-31-2014, 08:39 PM
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Can ya'll offer some translations for those of us who are english impaired .
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Well..........it started when cobblerdave accidently left the "c" out of "pics", thus inadvertently making the statement that the job sounds better if accompanied by lots of alcohol (pis).
Ya see, us Aussies, masters of the Queen's English that we are, have a nickname for beer, the nickname being "piss". i.e. when one of us has a "big night on the piss" we don't mean that we spent the night indulging in bizarre sexually deviant behaviour. Rather, we mean we drank a lot of beer. Of course, this is not to say that, having consumed lots of beer, some of us might not have indulged in a few deviant activities while somewhat taken with drink.

Then of course, the nuances and connotations of mishearing the intention to make a film about the oven, a Forno flic, is sorta self explanatory, especially of it involved a big night on the piss.

Hope that clears it up for ya.
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Gudday Gulf
Sorry Gulf , every race that uses English bastardises it in some way.
Americans say they are "pissed" with someone, Aussies say they are "pissed off". Aussies use the term "piss" for alcohol, the term " pissed" is being drunk!
To further complicate matters The term "to take piss"out of someone, means to tease them ( good heartitly). To get absolutely " demolished " is to be well and truly drunk.
The rest is just just rhyming slang I suppose forno becomes porno etc
It seems that now computers and Mobile devices are having ther effect on the English language apart from" text English" it seems predictive text is the modern "spoonerism"
So you could say Dave took the "piss out"of me cause I mentioned "drinking piss" at a demolition. The porn bit? ..... Ill just leave that there
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