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Old 02-03-2012, 06:44 AM   #1
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Hello, all painters. I am a drywaller from northern Indiana. The reason I joined a paint forum is to further my knowledge of wallboard finishing.
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Old 02-03-2012, 08:05 AM   #2
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Welcome to the forum, we have a few drywallers (where has the cap'n been?) and even a few paperhangers here!
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Welcome.

I'm a paperhanger and will be MORE than happy to instruct you as to how I NEED drywall prepped to accept wallpaper.

ask any questions you want that will help communications between our trades



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I know why your here cd, you hate the changes to DWT, even I came here to remember the old look of the forum.

Get ready painters, nathan is bringing the new forum to you guys next. There's a lot of issues and bugs with the new format. if you want to stop it, start b1tching over at DWT http://www.drywalltalk.com/f13/wtf-2899/
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I know why your here cd, you hate the changes to DWT, even I came here to remember the old look of the forum.

Get ready painters, nathan is bringing the new forum to you guys next. There's a lot of issues and bugs with the new format. if you want to stop it, start b1tching over at DWT http://www.drywalltalk.com/f13/wtf-2899/
Looks to me Nathan is working all the bugs out at DWT before he incorporates at PT. As DWT is a lot smaller than PT
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Looks to me Nathan is working all the bugs out at DWT before he incorporates at PT. As DWT is a lot smaller than PT
But it's growing ewing

Check it out, see if you like what is coming to you........ with the new forum that is
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But it's growing ewing

Check it out, see if you like what is coming to you........ with the new forum that is
I posted my reply here so we don't derail this thread
https://www.painttalk.com/f15/pt-gett...41/#post288474

Welcome again mr drywaller
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Welcome to PT cd.

Looking forward to reading your posts, and you though 2buck was a post hound.
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Welcome to PT cd.

Looking forward to reading your posts, and you though 2buck was a post hound.
opps your right worky, thought I was at DWT

Welcome aboard CD, guess who's here

Forgot my manners
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congratulations of finding the most entertaining and dysfunctional place on the internet to talk about painting and other things... Mostly other things.
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I just hope you guys are smarter than the painters I get/have to talk to in real life.
To much oil base paint too little mask!
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I just hope you guys are smarter than the painters I get/have to talk to in real life.
To much oil base paint too little mask!
Those be fightn' words partner.
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I just hope you guys are smarter than the painters I get/have to talk to in real life.
To much oil base paint too little mask!
In general it is much like DWT, there are a lot of clueless asses in the drywall trade but those that care about the trade find their way to sites like DWT. Same thing here.
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In general it is much like DWT, there are a lot of clueless asses in the drywall trade but those that care about the trade find their way to sites like DWT. Same thing here.
Seems like clueless asses follow me job to job.
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I just hope you guys are smarter than the painters I get/have to talk to in real life.
To much oil base paint too little mask!
Just compare DWT business forum to PT that will tell you which side of the fence your on.

BTW are you a employee, sub, or owner?
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