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Old 03-04-2013, 05:13 PM
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Hey man thanks for the positive input and good will that you offer. Its nice to see some humor in such a bad part of this website..Although my intentions are less than serious its all just a way to vent my past anger. It was a year ago when my lively hood was compromised by the scum of the earth but I am preparing myself accordingly. But thanks again and I hope you have great success with your ambitions!!! btw where in fl are u located ?
Im in Gainesville/ Newberry Area Or Jonesville Im like in-between Where R You
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Old 03-04-2013, 06:13 PM
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Thanks for your input Mr distinguished gentleman ....
I sense a bit of sarcasm in your reply?
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But didnt your mommy tell you not be believe everything you read on the internet...
Yup, that's sarcasm alright.
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Besides... I highly doubt that this will kill anyone..
I wonder how that will stand up in court? "Sorry folks, i was totally unaware that it took 1/10th of an Amp to kill a person. It was as big a suprise to me as it was to the dead scumbag!"
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So what I am going to do is try out my "booby trap" on one of my workers today and report back with u guys.....
I would like to hear what happens when the worker beats you senseless, files charges (pun intended) goes OSHA on you and then seeks civil action.

I am not trying to stop you from protecting your property one bit. I am trying to convince you that you may be screwing your future way up and that posting your rant, then following through with the booby trap may cost you much more than the equipment and work that you lost.

As i said before, best of luck to you!
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Old 03-04-2013, 06:40 PM
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Bro look not trying to start a fight or anything but he said in my post that he was venting and did not plan on killing anyone layoff a little its a joke.
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Exmark Metro w/15hp kawi and 36"ultracut2
Old 7x14 open equipment trailer
5x8 Texas trailers utility trailer (soon to have racks!)
Echo srm 225 Trimmer
Echo pas w/edger att.
Echo pb500h
A tube of grease and some gas!
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Old 03-04-2013, 08:23 PM
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Bro look not trying to start a fight or anything but he said in my post that he was venting and did not plan on killing anyone layoff a little its a joke.
I didn't mean to start a fight, there is a difference in venting and threatening though. Hate to see a guy in over his head due to a poor choice of words.

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Old 03-05-2013, 11:02 PM
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Cameras, motion sensors (tied into a loud alarm) as well as a buzzer next to my bed , helps me sleep at night...lol...truth is if someone wants your stuff bad enough there will always be a way to get it....but you can do a few inexpensive things to not be an easy target....its also pretty easy to put a cheap car alarm on any enclosed trailer.....unfortunately i learned the hard way as i had lost about 5k worth trimmers,blowers,ect before i did any security improvements....its only going to get worse as more and more people are struggling in this economy.
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Old 03-06-2013, 06:52 PM
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Hey ACME sorry for you loss I know the feeling. One thing you can do is talk to your insurance company in adding equipment to the policy it's not that expensive.
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