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Old 03-03-2013, 09:08 PM
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No bread tonight. Just a good old fashioned pizza party.





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Old 03-03-2013, 09:41 PM
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Is that crack on the back wall getting bigger?
It wont fall down anyway.
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Old 03-03-2013, 10:15 PM
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No, it hasn't significantly changed since the first time I saw the crack despite a hell of a lot of fires. If I compare pics from months ago, there is a bit of change on the third course up, but it's very minimal.

I'm not the least bit worried, The entire oven is encased in concrete block which has every void reinforced with rebar and filled with concrete. The rebar reinforcement is epoxied into the slab. The slab is overbuilt and reinforced to a ridiculous degree. There is, literally, no place for anything to go. Barring the sudden appearance of a wrecking ball, I'm certain that oven will be standing long after I'm gone.


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No, it hasn't significantly changed since the first time I saw the crack despite a hell of a lot of fires. If I compare pics from months ago, there is a bit of change on the third course up, but it's very minimal.

I'm not the least bit worried, The entire oven is encased in concrete block which has every void reinforced with rebar and filled with concrete. The rebar reinforcement is epoxied into the slab. The slab is overbuilt and reinforced to a ridiculous degree. There is, literally, no place for anything to go. Barring the sudden appearance of a wrecking ball, I'm certain that oven will be standing long after I'm gone.

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Now that is PIZZA! Beautiful! Love the character crack you put in the back, nice touch!
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