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Old 01-16-2009, 12:54 AM   #21
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He had the truck when he met up with me for beers...
MAK, that is my truck and that was my purple mini van. I used the van for my kids and the truck for work. I no longer have the van ran it to the ground. JNLP does not have a truck, he needs me to haul his ladders aroung for him. He has an Avalanche, how the hell are you going to run a painting business with an Avalanche??????? It is a white one tho, i'll give him that much.
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Purple mini van and no white shorts?
Very seldom do I wear whites. Altho, painting is very much alot of my business, it's not the only thing I do.
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He had the truck when he met up with me for beers...
Like I said... He uses it for estimates & dates. Hope he was bidding on the bar you two were at.
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JNLP does not have a truck, he needs me to haul his ladders aroung for him. He has an Avalanche, how the hell are you going to run a painting business with an Avalanche??????? It is a white one tho, i'll give him that much.
Ok buddy. I do have an Avalanche though (for sale if you want it). Ask you to drive around my ladders though? Nah... Before I bought the Dakota I would use one of my good friends trucks or vans that are parked less than 2 miles away. Use them to get my stuff there the first day, then the last day to get it all home. Worked out well for me & looked alot better than you in a purple van with a green tip flapping up & down on the top of it tied with old boot laces. Speaking of ladders though... What kind of painting company only owns 1 ladder, a green tip 24. How you be doing them peaks man?
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Ok buddy. I do have an Avalanche though (for sale if you want it). Ask you to drive around my ladders though? Nah... Before I bought the Dakota I would use one of my good friends trucks or vans that are parked less than 2 miles away. Use them to get my stuff there the first day, then the last day to get it all home. Worked out well for me & looked alot better than you in a purple van with a green tip flapping up & down on the top of it tied with old boot laces. Speaking of ladders though... What kind of painting company only owns 1 ladder, a green tip 24. How you be doing them peaks man?
Kids will be Kids, as long as you are over 18 I will blackin both your eys.
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Tim, I'm glad you talk a good talk to cover up your softness. We both know you just want a hug.
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Thanks for all the welcomes in all! the various! forms..and to whomever asked, I am married and have 3 girls.
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3 in the barn? Or a total of 6?
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Welcome from the Mid Atlantic. You seem to have quite the following already.
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Very seldom do I wear whites. Altho, painting is very much alot of my business, it's not the only thing I do.
JNLP told us that you really don't do much of anything, but cry and wine. Can see by the picture how hard you work. Obviously he was wrong! (where's the smackazz list?)
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JNLP told us that you really don't do much of anything, but cry and wine. Can see by the picture how hard you work. Obviously he was wrong! (where's the smackazz list?)
The smackass list was deleted due to a few crybabies. what else is new....huh?
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Hey Tim... You ever finish painting your vans interior with that valspar spray paint you got from Lowes last week?
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She does have a pic over at the faces to names thread.
Sorry tim, I missed this one. I can see why your testosterone levels went ott now
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Watch it guys! You guys do know what a gelding started out as dont you?

Welcome Heather. If you can put up with the "crudidity" on this site you'll do OK.
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