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Old 12-09-2012, 01:09 PM   #21
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One year is more than everyone in this thread combined. I hope you will stick around and do some teaching.



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Old 12-09-2012, 01:13 PM   #22
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One year is more than everyone in this thread combined. I hope you will stick around and do some teaching.
That reminds me Scott....Im here to learn too. I just heard theres a magazine out called American Painting Contractor. Have you ever heard of this magazine?
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Old 12-09-2012, 01:14 PM   #23
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That reminds me Scott....Im here to learn too. I just heard theres a magazine out called American Painting Contractor. Have you ever heard of this magazine?
I don't read much.

I like answers short, quick and laid right out in front of me.



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Old 12-09-2012, 01:18 PM   #24
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I don't read much.

I like answers short, quick and laid right out in front of me.
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You are all losers and I have been painting for one year .I have a full service construction company and grossed more than all you losers put together I will put all of you losers to shame , you think you are good painters , I am great at making money .Go get in your 92 ford van that leaks oil and you hope it starts.
That's some hostile expression right there. I don't think he likes painting contractors much.
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That's some hostile expression right there. I don't think he likes painting contractors much.
I think he's a Fisherman
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Old 12-09-2012, 01:23 PM   #27
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That's some hostile expression right there. I don't think he likes painting contractors much.
I almost missed it altogether.

I suppose I should get started on his poem...
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I almost missed it altogether.

I suppose I should get started on his poem...
Club Manager- "There's a lot of material there Stevo.....So what a ya waitin fa, an invitation ta leave my office!"
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Not to hijack...or brag..

But I've actually done some professional comedy writting.

"Bubba the Redneck Computer Geek" (sponsored by Hank Haney's Golf shop in Burleson Texas).. did a radio "top 5" list every Saturday....paid me $1 per line he used.
I made $4 total, but lost it all back to him betting on a football game.
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This thread was doomed from the start
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I'm trying to save it, Wood!
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One I remember offhand:

The top 5 signs you need a new auto mechanic

Mine: Every time someone pulls in and he hears the "ding", he starts shadow boxing.


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what do I do to expand my company
Do you mean diversify? or expand like in size? Like in profit? gross income? or employees?, all the above?

I want some fcking answers!
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TJ,

I think that is the best "thanks" that I've seen in a while.
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I know you are holding out. You are a big brush user from way back and you just dont want everyone else to catch on.

I always use a big brush or even a 18" roller on T&M work. I like to bang those jobs out fast.
Which reminds me. Should I be billing the customer for the cost of my brushes or should I just pay for them out of my beer money? This whole "overhead costs" thingy really has me confused (and don't even get me started on net versus gross).
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You are all losers and I have been painting for one year .I have a full service construction company and grossed more than all you losers put together I will put all of you losers to shame , you think you are good painters , I am great at making money .Go get in your 92 ford van that leaks oil and you hope it starts.
That's "poopy head losers" to you bud.
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Probabaly brags about his luck with the ladies also
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Old 12-11-2012, 01:03 PM   #38
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bump ...........still waiting on those price list
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Does anyone object to me changing this thread title to "How to win friends and influence people?"
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