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Originally posted by GLAN
Don't be bashfull.

Let everyone know we are the LANDSCAPE CAPITOL of the world. :D
So, the world of "Bobbygedd" is rubbing off on you???:p You did say "Long-ga Island" didn't you??:D
OK, so go ahead, I know you need to vent, tell me all about everything:p
 

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i know switchless really admires me, i mean, the guy just cant stop talkin about me. glan, r u near hicksville? i have relatives there and in smithtown
 

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Originally posted by bobbygedd
i know switchless really admires me, i mean, the guy just cant stop talkin about me. glan, r u near hicksville? i have relatives there and in smithtown
You've gotta admire a guy who has the nerve to mow in East Brunswick:D
 

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ha ha. serious? whats wrong with east brunswick? ive worked in all the surrounding towns. by far the worse i found was north brunswick. i mean ive only had a couple requests from that area, and now make it a point not to go there at all. during leaf season we get tons of calls from NB, all cheapos. ive done 2 or 3 cleranups there, and one landscape job, well, almost, but thats a different story all together, maybe i should post about it??? but i find east brunswick very workable
 

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Originally posted by bobbygedd
ha ha. serious? whats wrong with east brunswick? ive worked in all the surrounding towns. by far the worse i found was north brunswick. i mean ive only had a couple requests from that area, and now make it a point not to go there at all. during leaf season we get tons of calls from NB, all cheapos. ive done 2 or 3 cleranups there, and one landscape job, well, almost, but thats a different story all together, maybe i should post about it??? but i find east brunswick very workable
Now I understand.... You think I could be actually serious..............:D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D
 

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Not many of us Long Islanders on here. :cool:
 

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LOL


Damn, now I have to reread the posts again to respond........:rolleyes:








Forget that.........................:p










Yes near Hicksville


If you want me to tell you all about everything. Well then we gonna need to start a camp fire, you bring the marshmellows. And getting me liquered up might help...........


Yup, don't seem to be many Islanders here, at least they have not found this thread yet...........:sleeping:
 

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GLAN- Western Suffolk county here. Yes, there are a few of us here on LS.
 

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He is right, that most that are from the Island do not post too often. I know for myself, it's a little hard this time of year. Gotta cram in makin' the green. :cool:
 

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True Paponte

But I am making the effort to be here.
There are days, and then there are days. Ya know........;)


LOL

I am trying to get anyone I know on here...........guess I have to start threatening them.......:D
 

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There was another LI er here but he hasn't posted much lately-KLM Lawn. I guess business is good and he's busy. I met him in person at the NSLGA conference at the Huntington Town House back in March, really nice guy. Mike
 

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Heh, yeah I was at the show also. I know Krin personally from KLM. Nice guy, and is knowledgable about the business. God, I am just trying to get caught up on all our trimming.

Today was one of THOSE days. Had 2 foremen no call no show. That's ok, cause I'm gonna respond with no job. :cool:
 

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Just about every year. I've been a member of the association since 1995 and try to get to as many functions as I can. Not always easy, though. Mike
 

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I hear a lot of people complain about the conference, but I enjoy going. It is usually the same equipment and vendors every year, but some of the seminars are interesting. It is a good time to see eveybody before the season gets going. There are people there that I see on the road, at the nursery, guys I know from classes at Farmingdale, from everywhere. Good to talk to them when we are not so hurried.
 

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guys I know from classes at Farmingdale,
Hey, does Farmingdale still offer classes part time, or do you have to be enrolled full time? Someone told me they changed that recently, just wanted to know if it was true. :cool:
 

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Paponte, I believe you can still attend part time. I do know they were moving toward a 4 year degree program for horticulture, but I haven't taken a class since spring 2001, so I'm out of the loop.
 
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