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Old 12-24-2011, 10:47 AM   #21
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Great pictures, George.



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I like the one with the colored guy and the lady. Around here you don't see that combination much in the painting world.

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Its the same around here Pat, the stereotypical white male's trade. Don't know why, but I wish it were different.
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Its been over 6 months. It looks good.
That's good to hear , what product was used ?
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That's good to hear , what product was used ?
Customer bought, it was a hotel patio.
CIL I think (ICI).
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Its the same around here Pat, the stereotypical white male's trade. Don't know why, but I wish it were different.
I get email almost every week from painter in north Africa (marroco, algeria, egypt..) who are looking for a job in Canada. Im not sure how it would work or if I can trust someone so far away.
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