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Old 06-24-2010, 02:11 AM   #261
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Sorry, I completely wasted my post counts.
I'm not judging you or anyone. I've only ran 30 to 35, 6 man crews. but what do I know.

I will give you credit in this particular situation... but in general your comment was judgment.
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Old 06-24-2010, 02:15 AM   #262
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I will give you credit in this particular situation... but in general your comment was judgment.
Get off you judging me about judging. Casting the 1st stone dude.

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Get off you judging me about judging. Casting the 1st stone dude.
No big deal man... It is what it is...

I have other fish to fry, stay tuned!
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Old 06-24-2010, 07:21 AM   #265
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Sounds like an interesting situation. You gave me some sound advice not to long ago about dealing with a potentially frisky client.
Bwahahahahahaha



Hi Jason, its Kev. Hey listen up J Unit, I got a situation thats been bigging me, yo. I have this customer...

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What is the difference if a carpenter supplies his own miter saw? He shouldn't be paid more but if he wants to use it he should be able to. I see no difference if you wanted to use your own sprayer
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Hourly guy are paid to use MY equipment.... not there's

Sub's use THERE equipment...Not Mine

Any>> "YOUR MY buddy.. crapola"..... You just ruined that relationship...With a Possible "Long-Term,Good Worker Type". Be an Aggressive ,Fair ,and Firm Boss, with Good Work Ethic, Fair Employee Wages $15-$25, And be a GREAT Salesman.... You will go far in anything you choose.

Pick YOUR Friends wisely ,and ONLY trust your Wife.
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