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Old 09-29-2010, 10:35 PM   #41
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Schmidt, you're right. The term (and much else) was first used by Paul on these boards and by another fella, Richard Kaller...and other good pros from the original paint forums. Ohh...we cannot forget Mark havens, owner of NAPP!
Do you remember Rich Danielson from Minnisota? I had him come out to me and set me up with Quick Books in 2001. Money well spent....

I miss the old days of RK, Paul B, Rich D, Mark Havens, Patti G etc...... Even Blackwell
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Do you remember Rich Danielson from Minnisota? I had him come out to me and set me up with Quick Books in 2001. Money well spent....

I miss the old days of RK, Paul B, Rich D, Mark Havens, Patti G etc...... Even Blackwell
And Dekare, KOJ, Mike Banks, Pizazz, Ross, Chuck Rader, And yes, Paul B...he was from Louisiana wasn't he? A bunch more too...

Did you use the name Schmidt?

Almost Forgot...Chris nelson was there too! He was one of the first ones.
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And Dekare, KOJ, Mike Banks, Pizazz, Ross, Chuck Rader, And yes, Paul B...he was from Louisiana wasn't he? A bunch more too...

Did you use the name Schmidt?

Almost Forgot...Chris nelson was there too! He was one of the first ones.
Wasn't that big of a poster, but went by my full name. I mostly was on the old APC site...
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TOTALLY forgot about Dekare! Were you at the Tampa PDCA convention in 98 or 99? Met a lot of the posters for the first time....
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So Mr. Burns is really completely out of and away from the bucket then...
Not completely. He took some empty fives with him to Patagonia. The iguana ranch is not a small operation and somebody has to keep the place shipshape.
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Not completely. He took some empty fives with him to Patagonia. The iguana ranch is not a small operation and somebody has to keep the place shipshape.
Those fives are easy to pick up, yet hard to put down. Painting is like, as VermontPainter says somewhere, the Hotel California --one can check-out anytime one likes, but one can never leeaavee!
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