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Old 04-06-2013, 08:00 PM   #1
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I am A 15Year plus painter guess you can put 5 years new construction, 5 years repaints & 5 commercial. I even painted are State Capitol .. ? Not Sure What to expect out of this site..... will anywho.. Hello from Cheyenne Wy
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I am A 15Year plus painter guess you can put 5 years new construction, 5 years repaints & 5 commercial. I even painted are State Capitol .. ? Not Sure What to expect out of this site..... will anywho.. Hello from Cheyenne Wy
Welcome Master!

When I joined back in 2007, I didn't expect much from this site. I was just looking for a place in the internet where I could bitch and moan about my boss, and share all the suffering I'd endured over the years with other painters that were of like minds. Ironically, I ended up right in the middle of a bunch of bosses who get to share their displeasures about employees with one another, and the lack of good help, along with their business and marketing contributions. Frankly, non of it is useful to me, but I keep coming back for more because it's so intriguing!

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Thanks Briggs,

Funny... as you probably know, taking it home is the last thing you want to do...
Being a helper, foreman or small business owner, we have alot to talk or complain about, I have heard from my wife at times just how much Painters can be like women..He said she said.... I truly am sick of the Soap Box. Let's just work. My crew has turn into a reality show, I swear If you stood back and watched we could get paid.
Sorry If my writing skills are not the best, I am just a tired burned out painter... needing some stimulation. ↖(^ω^)↗
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welcome SteveO,

when you say you painted the State Capital, was that like painting the town red ?

Or just the building itself ?

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I am A 15Year plus painter guess you can put 5 years new construction, 5 years repaints & 5 commercial. I even painted are State Capitol .. ? Not Sure What to expect out of this site..... will anywho.. Hello from Cheyenne Wy
Welcome SteveO. I lived in Cheyenne for a couple of years. it was real pretty at night or during the day after the first snowfall covered everything up.
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Welcome SteveO. I lived in Cheyenne for a couple of years. it was real pretty at night or during the day after the first snowfall covered everything up.
Roflmao. I lived in fort collins. We would come buy beer up there on sundays growing up....
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Roflmao. I lived in fort collins. We would come buy beer up there on sundays growing up....
Fort Collins had a great bar that had penny beer night on Wednesdays and lots of college chicks, i think that it was called Fort Ram.
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Welcome. Surely you will be able to contribute as well that is what makes this work.
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