It looks like one of them new fangled cordless saws!!
And it definitely follows the trnd in kitchen tools to make them larger and
larger. Apparently so they will not fit into the average kitchen drawer.
Somehow, I had not anticipated having to deal with conceptualizing a
corian saw holder. Might as well make it part of a small workshop
specializing in the accurate division of pizza. A mitre/bridge saw to
cut pizza in very precise sections..... why stop here... a few stepper
motors, a few phone-calls to Morris and Bob's your uncle...Divisio
Slicilia! (Of course, battery powered so it is transportable and a big
hit at parties.)
No problem - but that'll necessitate a transducer (to approximate the
mass of the pie and plate) and a video processor to handle laser
Would you like a built-in laugh track?
...and would that be full- or semi-automatic launch?
Well, you could go with the V3 MIRV option, which allows for individual
targeting of each slice - or go with clustard cream pies (but you should
be aware that the clustard option tends to produce undesirable
I know a resturant that _would_ have used such an animil were it available.
Some college chums went in to a near campus joint, and ordered pizzza.
whil waiting for the meal to arrive, there was a fairly lengthy (and apparently
a bit louder than intended) discussion of how said pizza was going to be
We _thought_ we had all the possibilities covered, *but* when it arrived at the
table we found we were looking at a platter consisting of SEVEN(!!) equal-sized
pieces. As we stared, sort-of dumbfounded, we heard the peals of laughter from
behind the counter.
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