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Old 12-24-2011, 11:28 AM   #41
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Old 12-24-2011, 12:33 PM   #42
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(Note to self, give thanks to Dan when ever he posts unintelligent, irrelevant, irreverent, or even dumb posts, BUT do not thank him for the good stuff)
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My "Thank Yous Received" number to go way up.
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Thank you. Well, since almost all of our contracts state that our paint grade material be supplied PRIMED, we may actually have more of a relationship than one would think...
Moon lighting, closet painting, finish carpenter, I knew it. Happy Holiday's OD
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Not an exaggeration... I print off all my posts that recieve one and frame them.
They go on the wall next to my "Pee-Wee Herman" (AKA Paul Reubens) mug shot collection and "Jo-Jo the Dog Faced Boy" memorabilia.
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Hoarder??? Are you kidding? That stuff is all gonna' be valuable some day!
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Hoarder??? Are you kidding? That stuff is all gonna' be valuable some day!
Not without a signature and a nice frame.
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Not without a signature and a nice frame.
What I'm really banking on is the value to go way up when he hits his 10,000th post.
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What I'm really banking on is the value to go way up when he hits his 10,000th post.
The value of mine went down at 10,000 according to Dean's recent poll.
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This thread makes me think a lot of prices may drop at first sign of flattery.
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This thread makes me think a lot of prices may drop at first sign of flattery.
Customer: "Why Mr. WA, you sure have a nice looking work vehicle."

Sean: "Well thank you Mrs. Customer - that just earned you a 10% discount. Care to go for 25% ?"
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