ShopNBC - Todays Top Value the Ronco Rotisserie Oven

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Re: ShopNBC - Todays Top Value the Ronco Rotisserie Oven

Post by jason_recliner » September 23rd 2013, 12:49am

Bigjimzlll wrote:One of my wifes at some time bought me one of those oven things.



Horse Feathers wrote:3) You do know this item is always at QVC and Emeril has something similar on HSN. What is the problem??????

Seems like I touched a nerve.... make yourself a fine meal and relax, may I suggest Chicken




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Re: ShopNBC - Todays Top Value the Ronco Rotisserie Oven

Post by bbattle » October 4th 2019, 6:44am

I sometimes think these products were made to teach people the often hard-learned lesson that you get for what you pay.

Sure, when you're young and dumb you buy crappy stuff out of ignorance and a lack of funds but hopefully you grow up and learn to appreciate the peace of mind achieved through the purchases of quality items.
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Re: ShopNBC - Todays Top Value the Ronco Rotisserie Oven

Post by TemerityB » October 4th 2019, 7:30am

bbattle wrote:
October 4th 2019, 6:44am
I sometimes think these products were made to teach people the often hard-learned lesson that you get for what you pay.

Sure, when you're young and dumb you buy crappy stuff out of ignorance and a lack of funds but hopefully you grow up and learn to appreciate the peace of mind achieved through the purchases of quality items.
Yep. My father was a carpenter and had just a few tools, and he always said it was better to pay more for one good tool that would last a lifetime than to have to go back to the hardware store to buy new ones all that time.

Of course, you can't set and forget a wrench. :wink:
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