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MarcusLndscp
01-28-2006, 08:13 PM
In spending so much time on LS you can really tell who truly knows their trade. It got me thinking...who on here would you like to sit next to for a week or two in his or her truck just to watch them work and see truly how talented they are? Whether it's people actually doing installs or the ones that are doing more of the management...either way. List one, two, or three people. Who do you think you could learn a lot from???

Hands down I would chose UNISCAPER.....I think I'd leave knowing 10 times what I know now

mbella
01-28-2006, 08:22 PM
I would like to lay pavers with Anna Kournikova (her uniform would consist of a thong, period). I think it would be interesting for several reasons.

Seriously, I would like to build a retaining wall with Bill Schwab (Uniscaper.) Hands down, the man.

I would also like to do a wet lay flag job with TREEDOC. Again, from what I've seen on this site with regard to wet lay, hands down, the man.

I think I would also enjoy counting Olderthandirt's money for a week.

If I wanted to feel superrior and "better than", I'd work with Chris (CGLAND) for five minutes. LOL.

MarcusLndscp
01-28-2006, 08:27 PM
LOL Mike!
Others for me would be DFelix, CGLand, Treedoc, Kris, Squizzy, yeah I guess MBella. One person you don't want to work with is that GreenMonster guy. What a pain in the azz!:p

kootoomootoo
01-28-2006, 08:30 PM
Working with my wife or with Mike (Mbella) would be the same. They are both very critical......wife has bigger cans so i'd go with her.
A few $$$ would shut her up.
Ive worked with Olderthandirt....like being short stacked at the final table of a poker game cash wise.

mbella
01-28-2006, 08:33 PM
LOL Mike!
Others for me would be DFelix, CGLand, Treedoc, Kris, yeah I guess MBella. One person you don't want to work with is that GreenMonster guy. What a pain in the azz!:p

Absolutely. I'd love to work with all of you guys. Well, with the exception of that Greenmonster. I have enough drama in my life. I don't need steppers spray painted or anything like that.

Seriously, I answered honestly. For the reasons I mentioned in my previous post, there are two members that stand out, Bill Schwab (Uniscaper) and TREEDOC.

They may not post as much as the rest of us, but when they do, it is meaningful. Well, it's meaningful for me at least.

mbella
01-28-2006, 08:36 PM
Working with my wife or with Mike (Mbella) would be the same. They are both very critical......wife has bigger cans so i'd go with her.
A few $$$ would shut her up.
Ive worked with Olderthandirt....like being short stacked at the final table of a poker game cash wise.

Wow. I didn't think your name would come up in this thread:laugh: :laugh: .

You silly bastard. I get accused of being critical. Maybe I'm insensitive, but I just try to be honest. Do you guys think I go too far? I really don't think I do.

cgland
01-28-2006, 08:36 PM
Well, well, well! Great post! I would like to work with Marcus or Treedoc, just to learn the ins and outs of wet lay and dry lay stonework. I would also like to work with Bill and pick his brain. I would also love to work with Mbella, so I can see all of the advice I've given him in action. I'm afraid if I worked with Green Monster he would start calling me all the time then Marcus would get jealous and it would be a huge soap opera mess!:p
Seriously, there is a core group in the hardscaping forum that I would like to sit down with. HHHMMMM! Maybe we should set up a day to all meet somewhere and have lunch. Mike..set that up for me!

Chris

QualityLawnCare4u
01-28-2006, 08:38 PM
Thats a tough one, there are so many on here that I think could teach me a whole lot more than I know now.

kootoomootoo
01-28-2006, 08:39 PM
Wow. I didn't think your name would come up in this thread:laugh: :laugh: .

You silly bastard. I get accused of being critical. Maybe I'm insensitive, but I just try to be honest. Do you guys think I go too far? I really don't think I do.


I know the hardscape forum is invite only. I keylogged a pass.
I might swim with the trench dwellers over in the irrigation section this year.

mbella
01-28-2006, 08:44 PM
Well, well, well! Great post! I would like to work with Marcus or Treedoc, just to learn the ins and outs of wet lay and dry lay stonework. I would also like to work with Bill and pick his brain. I would also love to work with Mbella, so I can see all of the advice I've given him in action. I'm afraid if I worked with Green Monster he would start calling me all the time then Marcus would get jealous and it would be a huge soap opera mess!:p
Seriously, there is a core group in the hardscaping forum that I would like to sit down with. HHHMMMM! Maybe we should set up a day to all meet somewhere and have lunch. Mike..set that up for me!

Chris

I'll do my best boss.

cgland
01-28-2006, 08:46 PM
I would also like to work with Sheshovel so she can teach me her reverse construction technique on steps. J/K well.........................yeah J/K!:p

Chris

mbella
01-28-2006, 08:57 PM
I would also like to work with Sheshovel so she can teach me her reverse construction technique on steps. J/K well.........................yeah J/K!:p

Chris

That's what they call "west coast."

cgland
01-28-2006, 08:59 PM
Whatever you call it, it's still a gravity defying feat and I want to know how to do it!

Chris

MarcusLndscp
01-28-2006, 09:13 PM
okay, jokes aside....let's hear what people have to say before we get this off on some tangent to the point nobody wants to read it! LOL :)

cgland
01-28-2006, 09:18 PM
I change my mind! I don't want to work with Marcus anymore! He's a bully!

Chris

mbella
01-28-2006, 09:23 PM
Marc, I gave my answer.

MarcusLndscp
01-28-2006, 10:23 PM
I change my mind! I don't want to work with Marcus anymore! He's a bully!

Chris
LOL Chris....sometimes someone starts a thread and before you know it we're talking about $2 hookers down on the corner of 5th and Lake St. and we've forgotten all about the thread.
Okay, I'm sorry....let's see what people have to say if anything

Drafto
01-28-2006, 10:47 PM
Bill Schwab #1 - Not necessarily for his knowledge of walls, which he is hands down the most knowledgeable about, I think I would really like to sit down and see how his systems are put to use. He seems to have VERY efficient ways of doing things.

Rex Mann really seems to have it going on if he is only dropping pavers in sand and walking away from a job, he was always throwing out some ridiculous sq footage numbers for a days work. Once again, systems.

I am not sure if it was GreenMonster or Marcus that had all those winter time work photos from his jobsite. I think to pick the brain that had that ingenuity would be MORE than interesting for a few days, sort of like hanging out with Doc Brown from Back to the Future.

Mbella - I abuse his phone so much, he should be at the top of my list, but he called me fat in another thread. So he is forth on my list.

CGland? I have already seen all of his work, he puts a picture in everyone elses thread (LOL). But seriously, he seems like a very intelligent business man, in the little dealings I have had with him he had some very sound business advice. I actually have it printed out and pinned up on my board above my desk.

Is this the "ass kissing thread" or the "who would I like to work with thread" because after proofreading this I think I have them confused?

Dan

Edgewater
01-28-2006, 11:15 PM
I would have to say UNISCAPER , CGLAND, Mbella, Squizzy, iand etwman in no particular order. I'm sure ther are other that I have not mentioned that are also very skilled, those are just the guys that i see contributing the most. Its funny that this came up, I was just saying tonight to someone that I would love to spend a few days down near Reading PA to watch a few guys work and really learn wall building from them. I have learned alot of what i know so far from teaching myself, but watching and working with someone that really knows there stuff is better than reading 10 books.

Great thread,

Adam

Squizzy246B
01-28-2006, 11:31 PM
Frig that!...I'm not working with any of you frosty boys at this time of year...all I own in clothes is shorts and work shirts....it would cost me more than the airfare in bloody cold weather gear.:eek:

I'd like to work with Haze for awhile just to find out where he puts all his sprinklers so I could run around and knock them out with a skid after:)

Now comes the serious bit::cool:

I'm in the process of trying to educate my clients that just cause we have zillions of tonnes of limestone to use here that is no reason to use it all the time. We want to expand our repetoire somewhat and do some granite as well as larger size SRW instead of just garden bed stuff. Because Bill has similar soil types to us (ie. Crap) I'd definetly take the opportunity to look at some of Bill's work first hand. Then I like to watch Marcus build a few stone steps and stuff like his diving trips in the excavator.....course then there would be all the socialising I'd like to do with lots of people on this board:drinkup:

Course if I ever earn some money I might take a trip to the States

MarcusLndscp
01-29-2006, 01:58 AM
I am not sure if it was GreenMonster or Marcus that had all those winter time work photos from his jobsite. I think to pick the brain that had that ingenuity would be MORE than interesting for a few days, sort of like hanging out with Doc Brown from Back to the Future.
Dan
That darn Greenmonster guy keeps getting credit for my work. He's got my work on his website he sabotages my job sites!!! This has got to stop!:rolleyes: :rolleyes: :rolleyes:

sheshovel
01-29-2006, 02:17 AM
LOL Chris....sometimes someone starts a thread and before you know it we're talking about $2 hookers down on the corner of 5th and Lake St.{ Quote }MarcusLndscp
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HEY HEY NOW MarcusLndscp!I take exception to that little comment!
Really I thought you were more of a gentleman that THAT!HuMPFFF!:blob1: :blob1: :blob1:

I would really like to sit in a truck and just watch Sheshovel someday..though a video camera might be better..just cuz I think I could learn alot from watching me work.
You and mbella and uniscaper and squizzy and really most of you guys I know I could eek out some kind of knowledge from.Olderthan does not work so I won't mention him in this scenario

Squizzy246B
01-29-2006, 06:53 AM
I wonder if a trip to the states is tax deductible??...Hmmm

MarcusLndscp
01-29-2006, 09:32 AM
I just realized another one...AGLA knows alot about the industry

GreenMonster
01-29-2006, 10:07 AM
Bill -- UNISCAPER, hands down. I think he has more technical knowledge than anyone.

Someone mentioned TreeDoc and Marcus for wet flag work. I'd like to work with one of them doing that too. I could likely put up with Mark's personality (or lack thereof) for a day to learn more about wet stone work.

And of course, Squizz.... I've always wanted to go to Aussie!

QualityLawnCare4u
01-29-2006, 10:37 AM
LOL Chris....sometimes someone starts a thread and before you know it we're talking about $2 hookers down on the corner of 5th and Lake St.{ Quote }MarcusLndscp
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HEY HEY NOW MarcusLndscp!I take exception to that little comment!
Really I thought you were more of a gentleman that THAT!HuMPFFF!:blob1: :blob1: :blob1:

I would really like to sit in a truck and just watch Sheshovel someday..though a video camera might be better..just cuz I think I could learn alot from watching me work.
You and mbella and uniscaper and squizzy and really most of you guys I know I could eek out some kind of knowledge from.Olderthan does not work so I won't mention him in this scenario

Oh yeah, I would like to set in my AC truck and watch sheshovel in a pair of dasiy dukes working in that hot California sun:D Shoot, might make me feel young again!:)

GreenMonster
01-29-2006, 10:48 AM
I'd like to work with SheShovel for day so I could better learn how to organize my job sites, lol:rolleyes:

MarcusLndscp
01-29-2006, 11:19 AM
Bill -- UNISCAPER, hands down. I think he has more technical knowledge than anyone.

Someone mentioned TreeDoc and Marcus for wet flag work. I'd like to work with one of them doing that too. I could likely put up with Mark's personality (or lack thereof) for a day to learn more about wet stone work.

And of course, Squizz.... I've always wanted to go to Aussie!

Personality....you wait until I see you next and I'll give you a little personality with a bad azz beat down boy!!!:p

Drafto
01-29-2006, 02:05 PM
Personality....you wait until I see you next and I'll give you a little personality with a bad azz beat down boy!!!:p

Are you two by any chance sharing a room for NE Grows?

Dan

DUSTYCEDAR
01-29-2006, 02:34 PM
u all know u want to hang out with bobby to see how his day really goes
what kind of hot dog cart he pushes
and his favorite kind of mustard the yellow or the spicy

Lazer_Z
01-29-2006, 03:07 PM
u all know u want to hang out with bobby to see how his day really goes
what kind of hot dog cart he pushes
and his favorite kind of mustard the yellow or the spicy
OK this by far is the best reply to this thread of azz kissing lol :laugh:

Seriously though my list in no order- Squizzy, Mark(GM),Bill(Uninscaper) and maybe you Marcus your work looks top notch.

Rob

PurpHaze
01-29-2006, 05:00 PM
I'd like to work with Haze for awhile just to find out where he puts all his sprinklers so I could run around and knock them out with a skid after:)

Effing Aussie. And to think that I mentioned on a similar thread in the irrigation forum that I'd like to learn from you. All bets (and the gloves) are now off mate. :p

PurpHaze
01-29-2006, 05:09 PM
I might swim with the trench dwellers over in the irrigation section this year.

You're always welcome. We're devising sneaky ways of taking out Squizzy's walls with our irrigation. After all, CA is where hydraulic mining was once used quite alot. If it can tear the snot out of a mountainside and ruin the stream ecology then I'm sure it would work on limestone walls. :p

kris
01-29-2006, 06:02 PM
I would love to learn wet flag work.,,,,something I have only done once with a guy in the early 80's.

I have great respect for anyone who is passionate about hardscape and there are quite a few on LS. I think I could put a kick azz crew together from the guys mentioned. ... that is what I am best at these days. .... after years(started in 77') spent on the sites I am now more on the other side and rarely hands on. Ive learned that to be good I have to surround myself with people better than me .... guys right down to the newest hire can teach you lots. I just heard a saying that I think was great... "You learn the most after you think you know it all".... isn't that the truth...never stop learning.

People with a great desire but little skill give me the biggest kicks... the amazement in their eyes when you show them little tricks of the trade or dazzle them with your machine operating skill that saves them hours of back breaking work is priceless. That being said i would have to say (to pick one) that I would pick sheshovel. I think she has the passion needed and would like to teach her some hardscape.

Dirty Water
01-29-2006, 06:59 PM
That being said i would have to say (to pick one) that I would pick sheshovel. I think she has the passion needed and would like to teach her some hardscape.

But sheshovel already knows everything there is to know about everything :)

You just want to hang out with her because she's a woman :)

sheshovel
01-29-2006, 07:03 PM
And I would be honored kris to learn from you,anytime.I do have the passion that's for sure..

sheshovel
01-29-2006, 07:43 PM
And not only that..I betcha I could teach you a few things about boulder placement kris...lines of force,
clustering,leading the eye,making a small space look big and a big space more intimate.Yep I bet I could teach you a few things too.

MarcusLndscp
01-29-2006, 07:51 PM
And not only that..I betcha I could teach you a few things about boulder placement kris...lines of force,
clustering,leading the eye,making a small space look big and a big space more intimate.Yep I bet I could teach you a few things too.

Okay SS where's the book???? Give it up!!! payup I gave you what you wanted and now you've got my attention

Drafto
01-29-2006, 08:09 PM
Alright, Mbella sent me an apology for the fat comment, he let me know I was just husky. I'll move him up to third on my list.

Dan

iluvscag
01-29-2006, 08:19 PM
Bobby Gedd hands down. Lawn Site's own Genius.

mbella
01-29-2006, 08:25 PM
Bobby Gedd hands down. Lawn Site's own Genius.

For the reading impaired (or, all of the Bobby Gedd lovers) we're talking about hardscape forum regulars of which Booby isn't one.

The hero of the stupid isn't included in this.

sheshovel
01-29-2006, 10:03 PM
Okay SS where's the book???? Give it up!!! payup I gave you what you wanted and now you've got my attention

You got it E-mail me your address and gimmie a week and it will be in your hands..The She is a woman of her word.

drsogr
01-30-2006, 12:28 AM
I would love to go out to cali and see She. Every woman I have ever worked bit**ed and moaned the hole time. I am guessing when it comes to work She is all business. No whining.

GreenMonster
01-30-2006, 11:22 AM
You got it E-mail me your address and gimmie a week and it will be in your hands..The She is a woman of her word.

hey, hey, let's hear more about this book Ms. Feng Shui

MarcusLndscp
01-30-2006, 11:29 AM
Funny you mention Feng Shui GM......

I woke up this morning to a garden show on TV and they had a whole segment of their program dedicated to the art of Feng Shui. Lets see if I get this right. Feng means wind and Shui means water....I instantly thought of SS when I saw this. Maybe she's not the crazy broad we thought she was! :p Just kidding SS!

GreenMonster
01-30-2006, 11:33 AM
Funny you mention Feng Shui GM......

I woke up this morning to a garden show on TV and they had a whole segment of their program dedicated to the art of Feng Shui. Lets see if I get this right. Feng means wind and Shui means water....I instantly thought of SS when I saw this. Maybe she's not the crazy broad we thought she was! :p Just kidding SS!

So, they get the name for stacking rocks from wind & water?!? Now, I find it even goofier :D

oh, I'm quite sure Sheshovel is as crazy as we think :laugh:

BTW, Mark, what are you doing here? Aren't you guys still building igloos this time of year?

MarcusLndscp
01-30-2006, 11:40 AM
No, no igloos. Remember I'm on light duty for a few weeks because of my shoulder. It's turned out to be a bit more of an injury than we thought. That's what I get for diving 10 feet head first off a sand truck. You get my e-mail about Mike and Chris...write back with your thoughts when you get a chance. Mike is e-mailing me tonight....supposedly. Oh and no matter what he tells you I said about you in regards to you and a male hooker...it's not true...he's making it up!!!:p

cleancutccl
01-30-2006, 12:06 PM
I'm pretty new to the hardscape side of the landscape install bus. so I would like to learn from just about anyone on here. Some of the installs that I have seen that not many people have mentioned are Kris and ETWman. I think etwman definitely has his installs down to a science as far as efficiency goes. But, being from Kansas I would just like to see some companies in action outside of this area.

MarcusLndscp
01-30-2006, 12:55 PM
I'm pretty new to the hardscape side of the landscape install bus. so I would like to learn from just about anyone on here. Some of the installs that I have seen that not many people have mentioned are Kris and ETWman. I think etwman definitely has his installs down to a science as far as efficiency goes. But, being from Kansas I would just like to see some companies in action outside of this area.

I agree cleancutccl, I was looking through this old thread last night http://www.lawnsite.com/showthread.php?t=88567 and saw a few pics from guys we haven't seen in a while. One being Kris, he does some really nice stuff. I see his name floating around other forums but not much in here, wish he'd continue to post pics for us in the hardscape forum. I remember seeing ETWman a few times but can't really remember his work. Maybe your bringing him up will get him to post again too.
Another cool thing to view like you mentioned are the regional differences between all of our work. UNISCAPER deals w/ earthquakes, Squizzy deals w/ real sandy soils and drunken kangaroos, some of us deal with more extreme winters than others, etc etc. While most of our basic practices may be the same they all vary a little due to our specific regions.

sheshovel
01-30-2006, 01:01 PM
hey, hey, let's hear more about this book Ms. Feng Shui
Well,it is about the art and craft of placing stone and ML asked me about it so I said I would send him a copy as I have 2.
You can plan and manipulate the way in which you place stones to direct,influence,or inspire the viewers perspective of and emotional response to the landscape.That is the basic principle.
Focal Point-Framing-Directing eye movement-Contrast-Depth-Bioregional Context
Avoiding Obfuscation-Primarysecondary and Tertiary
points of View-Dyamic Space-Lines of Force-Implyed
Planes-False Perspective-Tangential Lines-Lines of Redirection---stuff like that..
Is all covered in this book and
it also has stone lay out plans you can use like--Rabbits Rump
Dragons Tail-Serpintines Spine-The Tao-Orca-Stone Flower-Trolls Causeway-Swimming Dragon

sheshovel
01-30-2006, 01:09 PM
GM--You havr revealed that you are a secret admirer of my posts as you must have had to go way back or have a lasting memory of what I have said about Feng Shui
The art of Feng Shui is basicly about positive and negative energy that flows at us and around us all the time in the air and how our environment influences the good and bad energy that affects us in our everyday lives .Very interesting and very very old
Chinese science.
And yes I am the crazy braud you think I am

GreenMonster
01-30-2006, 01:14 PM
GM--You havr revealed that you are a secret admirer of my posts as you must have had to go way back or have a lasting memory of what I have said about Feng Shui
The art of Feng Shui is basicly about positive and negative energy that flows at us and around us all the time in the air and how our environment influences the good and bad energy that affects us in our everyday lives .Very interesting and very very old
Chinese science.

Who said it was secret? I thought it was blatently obvious.

What's the name of that book anyhow?

Mark, yes I got your email. I'll reply. Kris did post some nice stuff. More of you clowns need to pull your weight and post more!

sheshovel
01-30-2006, 01:18 PM
And by the way is you look at your own thread..kris posted in this very thread..ya gotta watch for him close cuz he's sneaky kind a guy..slips in says something and then slips back out like a thief in the night,good lookin thief I might add.Wish he woulda
taken me to Mexico with him.....geeeze I always miss out on all the fun.

sheshovel
01-30-2006, 01:22 PM
GM,I am not telling don't want you to get a leg up on MarcusLndscp now!!I'm sure he will share it with you.But would not have asked me in private if he wanted you to know about it too..competition for knowlege that I know you guys are always in,I have to give him 1st look...plus..your mean to me sometimes!!:p :angel:

GreenMonster
01-30-2006, 01:30 PM
I guess I'd rather keep my right to be mean once in a while, and find the book on my own. :D

sheshovel
01-30-2006, 01:35 PM
No that was not very nice of me..It's Called
Natural StoneScapes,The Art and Craft of Stone placement and the authors are
Richard L. Dube,ALPD and
Fredrick C.Campbell I bought mine on Amazon.com
under the new and used for less catagory after the book came up in its window then go to new and used part and I got mine cheap!

GreenMonster
01-30-2006, 01:41 PM
No that was not very nice of me..It's Called
Natural StoneScapes,The Art and Craft of Stone placement and the authors are
Richard L. Dube,ALPD and
Fredrick C.Campbell I bought mine on Amazon.com
under the new and used for less catagory after the book came up in its window then go to new and used part and I got mine cheap!

I'm still gonna be mean.

sheshovel
01-30-2006, 01:54 PM
That's quite allright...I understand completely.I expect to be called on it when I say something stupid..Glad your a fan though!You do know I am famous don't you?
One of my stupider posts was quoted in a mag along with the Sheshovel name

kris
01-30-2006, 02:08 PM
much in here, wish he'd continue to post pics for us in the hardscape forum.


Ok.. Ill post some more pics soon

cgland
01-30-2006, 10:21 PM
Hey GM and Sheshovel....Get a virtual room! The sexual tension is oozing from your posts.

Chris

sheshovel
01-30-2006, 10:36 PM
Really?wow if talking about stone placement books is sexual ooze..you are twisted cgland..
I assure you our conversation is perfectly innocent.
I just can't help it if they ooze
By the way how do you get one of those rooms??
P.M. me and well talk about it..I'll pick up the tab cg .

cgland
01-30-2006, 11:13 PM
Sheshovel - I am a happily married man.....besides you don't want to piss Mike off. He gets very jealous....(If you are reading this please send for help!!!)...Oh God! Hes coming! I have to go!................................................................................................. ........................................

Chris

Drafto
01-31-2006, 12:11 AM
Oh God! Hes coming! I have to go!................................................................................................. ........................................

Chris

I am glad you and Mike are out of the closet now. I am speechless right now.

Dan

Squizzy246B
01-31-2006, 03:40 AM
if talking about stone placement books is sexual ooze..you are twisted cgland

Works for me every time:)

MarcusLndscp
01-31-2006, 03:36 PM
Oh boy! I think we have a situation here. ............................I really want to comment about what I just read, but I have no idea what to say. I'm absolutely speechless.

What's running through my head?:dizzy: Visions of sexual oooze between GM, SS, and CG who is somehow involved with a young girl thought :nono: from some other sick thread he posted in, all the while Squizzy is off in some corner having a "SPECIAL MOMENT" :blush: with himself and a stone magazine and MBella sitting there getting drunk:drinkup: watching him cause he's trying to make CG jealous for being sexually oooozed with SS and GM. What is wrong with you people??????? You're all sick! :alien:

Thank you for the humor....I love it!

cgland
01-31-2006, 03:42 PM
All this while you're gettin off readin it! Who's the sicko now?

Chris

MarcusLndscp
01-31-2006, 03:59 PM
Do you have a camera set up in my office or something CG????? I mean ummmmmm no wait I ahhhhh no....no I'm not getting off!!! What are you talking about you freak!

cgland
01-31-2006, 05:17 PM
If the shoe fits.........................

Chris

mbella
01-31-2006, 06:00 PM
Oh boy! I think we have a situation here. ............................I really want to comment about what I just read, but I have no idea what to say. I'm absolutely speechless.

What's running through my head?:dizzy: Visions of sexual oooze between GM, SS, and CG who is somehow involved with a young girl thought :nono: from some other sick thread he posted in, all the while Squizzy is off in some corner having a "SPECIAL MOMENT" :blush: with himself and a stone magazine and MBella sitting there getting drunk:drinkup: watching him cause he's trying to make CG jealous for being sexually oooozed with SS and GM. What is wrong with you people??????? You're all sick! :alien:

Thank you for the humor....I love it!

Road Trip Status-CANCELED (until Marcus gets help):p

MarcusLndscp
01-31-2006, 09:14 PM
Road Trip Status-CANCELED (until Marcus gets help):p

Just to clear my name here.....These visions I was having were all a result of your comments...not mine buddy! Even the little kid thing Chris mentioned in another thread and that was just messed up I feel wrong even mentioning it again!!!:nono: For all those that have read this I appologize for the comments of my peers. I'm off to get some sleep and have nightmares about the group of you all tonight!!!:sleeping:
See you later
PS-so Mike what about the trip??? Any further details you and your spouse have worked out?

mbella
01-31-2006, 09:26 PM
Just to clear my name here.....These visions I was having were all a result of your comments...not mine buddy! Even the little kid thing Chris mentioned in another thread and that was just messed up I feel wrong even mentioning it again!!!:nono: For all those that have read this I appologize for the comments of my peers. I'm off to get some sleep and have nightmares about the group of you all tonight!!!:sleeping:
See you later
PS-so Mike what about the trip??? Any further details you and your spouse have worked out?

My comments? I don't know who is confusing me more, you or George Bush with his State of the Union.

Drafto
01-31-2006, 10:49 PM
Sheshovel - I am a happily married man.....besides you don't want to piss Mike off. He gets very jealous....(If you are reading this please send for help!!!)...Oh God! Hes coming! I have to go!................................................................................................. ........................................

Chris

MARCUS! Lets reel this one in just a little.

HAVE WE figured out WHO is "coming"? Is it Mike? Is it?????? I think the sicko or sickos are definitely in PA. If we psychologically analyze the whole above statement, it reads like the this:

Happily married man piss Mike jealous help oh coming......have to go.

It almost sounds like Mike is coming.........with Chris and he is so embarrassed he rushed off the computer.

That is just my ANALysis of the situation.

Dan

cgland
01-31-2006, 10:59 PM
It seems as if Drafto is living his gay fantasies out online. Hey, it's your lifestyle and I think that it's great that your coming out of the closet. I really respect you for that. I takes a "special" person to change what I typed into what you perceived. Keep it real.....................real gay!

Chris

Drafto
01-31-2006, 11:02 PM
It seems as if Drafto is living his gay fantasies out online. Hey, it's your lifestyle and I think that it's great that your coming out of the closet. I really respect you for that. I takes a "special" person to change what I typed into what you perceived. Keep it real.....................real gay!

Chris

I am covered, husky bald guys are never gay. See your a$$ at MAHTS.

cgland
01-31-2006, 11:03 PM
I am covered, husky bald guys are never gay. See your a$$ at MAHTS.

I guess you never watch American Idol.

Chris

sheshovel
01-31-2006, 11:18 PM
Whatever you call it, it's still a gravity defying feat and I want to know how to do it!

Chris
Ask mbella why I do it that way..he Knows!

cgland
01-31-2006, 11:23 PM
I Don't get it!:confused:

Chris

PurpHaze
01-31-2006, 11:54 PM
Damn... This thread has really turned into one on bodily fluids. Thought I was back in the Calendar Girls thread. :rolleyes:

sheshovel
01-31-2006, 11:59 PM
I would also like to work with Sheshovel so she can teach me her reverse construction technique on steps. J/K well.........................yeah J/K!:p

Chris

Now you get it?Ask mbella why I use that constuction technique..he knows..it is a secret technique....OH NEVERMIND forget it.I will tell you..I use that method of construction because ..how would you like to have to haul those uphill?See avatar at top left.

sheshovel
02-01-2006, 12:03 AM
I better get outa Hardscaping forum..............now
for I get in trouble again

GreenMonster
02-02-2006, 07:58 AM
Well, this thread has certainly spiraled out of control. My wife thought so to, reading over my shoulder:realmad:

anyway, probably beyond repair, but I'll try:

I'd like to work with DFelix too. Seems pretty educated in many aspects of landscape. Of course, he knows there is a job waiting for him in NH whenever he's ready :drinkup:

JS Landscaping
02-02-2006, 11:00 AM
Personally i wouldnt mind workin with anyone on here, Im always open to any new ways or ideas. And like they say two heads are better then one. Now what would be really cool is if there was a convention for lawnsite.com where everyone got together to meet at once and everyone that wanted to did a presentation on thier techniques or ways they do the various forms of landscaping there are. I definatly think it would be an informative meeting, and it would be pretty cool to meet everyone........have a good day



James
JS LANDSCAPING

allprogreens
02-02-2006, 06:36 PM
I would like to work with The Pond Guy from Aquascapes in building a water feature around one of our synthetic golf greens

That would be Cool

Chris
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