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Old 12-20-2012, 07:54 PM
herler herler is offline
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Not trying to tell you what to do but as a rule we don't buy a piece of equipment on account of one job.
No, I don't care how big a job, and if the job is so big that I have to consider buying equipment just to tackle it then that means it's too big for us to handle, very simple rules I have learned to live by over the years.

Now if I could only learn to stop taking people's sorry ass half broke hand held homeowner cheap grade equipment they give us because they think they're doing us a favor where I end up spending MONEY just to throw it in the garbage because the crap costs more to fix than it does to buy another, if I could only learn to tell these people that to their face instead of filling up the basement with these pieces of hoarded space-eating worthless 2-cycle turds, if I could do that I'd be set.

Last edited by herler; 12-20-2012 at 08:00 PM.
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