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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by nova385, Sep 5, 2002.
Check it out- The heat got to him
WAH WAH I want my mommy, it is too hot and I am sweating and all nasty smelling.
May to now is just over 4 months. He didn't give it a good try.
I wonder if I can get ahold of that powerful homelite blower "more powerful than commercial blowers" I'll get rid of that wussy 650 I got
he wants how much for what?
I think he shoudda been logged on to LAWNSITE a long time ago!
he coudda done a search on "hota** way to make a living" and darn "homowner equipment" makes it even hotter!
then he might have stood a chance in his market.
Payments are do on the "same as cash" financing. Time to unload.
And just think, ya know this clown took someones customers Big thumbs up to ****head Wait a minute... different finger
He Should have Learned On his own Lawn first
if hes got paper that proves hes made 15.000 since may.sell the homeowner stuff on ebay and use u commercial
equipment. of course the reserves not met yet. depends what he wants for it.
if hes tired enough of the heat,ought not be to much.
Not much there but as we all know someone will think this is a "sweet deal." I really hope he did a better job for his customers then he did on his own lawn.
Too hot, time to throw in the towel. I wish I could give up that easily!
those new homelite blowers must be something else. And if he spent $2500 dollars on it getting it fixed then im sure he could throw in some tires. This type of auction is typical for the "one year wonder" companies. I dont really mind people like this because in the end they usually make us all look better.
Maybe I'll run into him. I'll give him a few hundred to haul his junk off.