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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by ksland, Jul 18, 2004.
Man you guys are like vulchers!
Ken, I hope everything is ok.
Best of luck to you! I did that 11 years ago with trucks and don,t forget capitol gains on depreciated equipment.
Good luck in whatever you might do in the future
how much you want for the truck loader
send me a list of what you have left when you get a chance
Sorry to hear that your going out of business if you were closer i would bid on some stuff. Good luck.
How about this so and so.....
Subject: Re: going out of business
From: "Ken" ksland adelphia.net
Date: Fri, July 23, 2004 7:28 pm
"The auction just ended without meeting the reserve. It went up to
I will take no less than $5000 for it."
Offer him 5k ...he says yes....now 4 days later after dic.king around wants $6k.
Really guys, there is a lot more important things than some used lawn junk. Best of luck in your future endeavors!
psst, check your pm's
Sorry to hear you are going out of the lawn biz but I wish you the best in whatever you are going to do next.
I cant believe anyone who pours blood and sweat and money into a company and then frickin quits, it honestly sickens me, I know people will be hating me for writing this reply but honestly I am sick of it, why the hell do you start a business if you are going to just be a quitter, I dont care what the circumstances are whether it be weather, someone died, whatever it doesnt matter, everyone thinks hey you know what this sucks im not making money, im not getting clients, its to hot, my partner died or whatever---get over it ----do u honestly think that working for someone else will treat you better or hey even if you want to start another business, do you really think that it will be successful if you cant even make a lawn service (something that everyone needs) sucessful-----STICK WITH YOUR BUSINESS