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Old 02-11-2018, 02:15 AM   #1
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Or should I ask ? Paper pusher ? Or worker?.
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If you hurt so bad you can barely get out of bed in the morning ? Your not a truck Ass .
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Bit of everything for me, Whatever the job and situation allows.

Used to have my head up my ass pushing quality but really, Sometimes, Just get in and out take what money you can accept things arnt always a silk purse.
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Bit of everything for me, Whatever the job and situation allows.

Used to have my head up my ass pushing quality but really, Sometimes, Just get in and out take what money you can accept things arnt always a silk purse.
Yep. I hear that . I'm up and at em before dawn on a Sunday morning. I'm getting too old for
This chit !! Hell .it's,even hard to drive in the dark anymore. I need to start paying someone else to do this chit for me . Lol..

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We mostly do additions, remodels,
basements, and tons of repair work. We very rarely do houses anyMoore.
My son thought he wanted to do production work until he tried it! So, now we're both content to do the smaller stuff.

Most of the houses, in our area, are done by our "friends" from south of the border (cheaper and faster)!
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Started high end real nice quality no touch-ups. But the timeframe and pay don’t allow for that. Lost my ass for too long . Now we smash and burn all tools . Not that you can’t do a nice job with them, I’m just cleaner by hand. Not nearly as fast though.


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Or should I ask ? Paper pusher ? Or worker?.
Worker pusher.
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Yeah Endo, I wear both hats too.
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[FONT="Times New Roman"][SIZE="3"]We mostly do additions, remodels,
basements, and tons of repair work.
nothing wrong.....i find out with jobs like these you can make more money and they are easier for your body
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