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Discussion in 'Network: Central' started by tiedeman, Sep 4, 2003.
Thats a nice snorkel, Now when you put a mower in a pond you can drive to the other side.
Also, I need a few subs..if i decide to bid this job that Im looking at..I will need someone in K-zoo, Grand Rapids, Battle Creek, Ann Arbor, Livonia, Waterford, as well -local west side, Bloomfield, Farmington, Clawson, Troy, Madison Hieghts
Commercial properties (sm-med size) but need to be detailed. Need to know this week if you want to look at them.
Yeah - I know. LOL. I'm gonna re-plump that. It was the only length they had at the auto parts store and I just wanted to use it for a fit.
Alternative, I can't send pm, so call me 248-240-7298 justin
I really like the idea, I'm gonna tell my resi customers i put this on my mowers so we can cut there lawns, There so wet all the time and when we sink the mower will still run.
It's a off-road thing.
Guys, I'm as libertarian as anyone around here and don't trust any government to do much of anything right, but I can't stand all this misinformation even more. Take the time to read the legislation or get an unbiased summary from someone who has before getting all up in arms about this health care debate.
The mandate for company-provided insurance doesn't apply at all unless you have more than 50 employees and doesn't kick in 100% unless you have 200 employees or more. Even then, there are subsidy vouchers provided to offset the employer cost for low income employees, which most of our seasonal crews would qualify for. There is no mention whatsoever in the law currently being debated about a payroll tax being imposed.
I stand to be impacted by this reform as much as anyone on here, but I've turned off Rush & the Tea Baggers and actually taken the time to do a little independent research and have come to the conclusion there will be little to no impact on my business or my daily life -- and as long as each of you currently are buying some form of personal insurance coverage -- which is just good common sense, in my opinion -- you should be in the same situation as well. The new rules on the insurance companies are volumes greater than any new rules on individuals and our small businesses.
the job would be in milan ,let me know if thats something you could do
^Ehhh, out of my area. Good luck, though.
Another thing... If anyone is able to an application in the St. Johns / Lansing area shoot me a PM as soon as ypu get a chance.