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Discussion in 'Network: Central' started by tiedeman, Sep 4, 2003.
I can cut that lawn for $8. Do I hear $7?
Why not just get paid with meatballs like the wedding singer!
And before you know it you will be living in your sisters basement.
i give up on plowsite, ever since i joined over there it hasnt even looked like it was going to snow lol. im friggin broke, i think im going to start advertising maintenance soon and maybe do some mulch jobs lol. do you guys think there lieing about the snow on christmas or what....
It might snow but I do not think it will stick.
If you read the forecast discussion, it's talking about an accumulation for Mon. night, but "less than an advisory amount." But, it's getting more promising by the day. Even more so now than what they said this morning. That, to me, means at least salt. It's better than nothing.
The 4:00 update is now saying 2-4" Mon. night through Wed. We'll see, maybe it'll be a belated Christmas present! Let's hope so.
i have a feeling i would just be getting my hopes up on the snow so im going to atleast pass some flyers out for cleanups
I know, I get all wound up about it, what, 4 or 5 days ahead of time. The ways things are going, my ears perk up at any mention of snow.
Not to jump on you or anything, but don't you plan ahead? I keep enough put away in the case we get no snow and I have to survive for 5-6 months without income. It would seem that you may need to rethink your business plan.