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Old 01-07-2011, 01:51 PM
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Why are there so many "members" that havent made 1 single post here, there are 298 pages x 30 members per page = 8940 members that havent made 1 post, I see "cheap viagra on line" is a member?

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That is a lot of members. Glad not to see a lot of advertising on the site. James could make a few clicks and make some money with Adsense and google ads. Thanks t ADMIN for not doing that
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Old 01-09-2011, 11:06 AM
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i gather this activity is offshored often. The point is not so much to sell cheap viagra to the oven building community, .
I find every time I fire up my oven I have no need of Viagra. Things take care of themselves.
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Old 01-10-2011, 01:51 AM
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For me, I'm not the most talkative person in real life. I'm more of an information hound. I've built two with the second coming out better then the first. I won't build another until I get to the last house in my life.

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Old 01-10-2011, 02:01 AM
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How will you know that its the last house of your life?
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I have been lurking for a couple of years, dreaming of starting my oven and bookmarking certain build threads, where to find stuff in Houston threads, and other potentially useful threads. This will happen when I either finish all the current projects in my house, or move to a new house.

I did post about a year ago to ask a question on the Harbor Freight saw, since you guys have so much experience, but I guess that was deemed spam even though I mentioned my oven interest/ plans.

We'll see if this makes it through - if not, I guess I'll get one more tick mark in the persistent category and maybe eventually I'll have enough attempted posts to make it on board.
You made it through ebbro

Don't take it personally that no one answered, happens to me frequently. It seems that the HF saw is frequently purchased by members here. There was a 20% off coupon in yesterday's paper.

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Old 01-10-2011, 07:04 AM
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For me, I'm not the most talkative person in real life. I'm more of an information hound. I've built two with the second coming out better then the first. I won't build another until I get to the last house in my life.

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Klaatu, four of our last five houses felt like the "last" house when we moved in....I'm happier with a project, you might be too.
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You made it through ebbro

Don't take it personally that no one answered, happens to me frequently. It seems that the HF saw is frequently purchased by members here. There was a 20% off coupon in yesterday's paper.

Persistence is good
I wasn't complaining that nobody answered my post - they couldn't because it wasn't allowed through.

I got the HF saw on a HF parking lot sale + 20% coupon, so it came out to $150. It was great for my bathroom remodel. Getting close to pulling the trigger on a new house - then it will be time to use the HF saw f/ the oven.
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Old 01-10-2011, 12:21 PM
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I wasn't complaining that nobody answered my post - they couldn't because it wasn't allowed through.

I got the HF saw on a HF parking lot sale + 20% coupon, so it came out to $150. It was great for my bathroom remodel. Getting close to pulling the trigger on a new house - then it will be time to use the HF saw f/ the oven.
With a new house underconstruction, incoporating the early stages of the landscaping (meaning, wood fired oven) will be easy to include.
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When I decide to quit working and retire. That is when I'll build the last one on 20 acres that I've already purchased. I only campout there a few times a year, too far
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