Old 03-24-2011, 05:49 PM
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Default Re: The art of persistance and misdirection...

I'm like Bob (Azpizzanut): Got the greatest wife in the world. I'm not even finished with my 39" Pompeii and the other night I mentioned to my wife that it will be a great multi-purpose oven but not ideal for pizza like a low-dome oven.

So she replies, "Then why don't you build two?"

Golly I love her.
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Old 03-27-2011, 07:34 PM
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Default Re: The art of persistance and misdirection...

"How was your day"

"It was good"

"Look I got part of the baseboard finished"

"Great sweatheart but it is not done!"

"You do know that you are going to come home one afternoon and there is going to be a hole in the yard where the oven foundation goes, right?"

"I guess"

So folks, "I guess" is a far cry from "NO" and somewhat close to "Good Idea", wouldn't you agree?

So far I have most of the oven drawn in Autocad and will soon be breaking ground. Thanks for all of the kind responses. Even the warden got a kick out of the post
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Old 05-31-2012, 12:51 PM
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Default Re: The art of persistance and misdirection...

This was terrific. I'm on the other side of this fence. I'm the wife who always saved space in my garden plan for the outdoor kitchen space, but never actually thought I would find time to build it. Then as luck would have it I was able to retire early and my husband is holding me to my braggart promises! If I master this oven build, I'm going to start shooting off about a pool next. . Cheers and best of luck!
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