I just want to get opinions. I do this huge Solo distribution warehouse where I have a 12 month contract on the sod at one end of the building and they call me when the BIG mowing needs to be done. The contract only includes the one side of the building. The maintenence man emailed me and was complaining about the vegetation in the pea gravel at the other end of the building that I always weedeat with the big mowing. He made a comment about that getting the same attention as the pea gravel at the other end where the contract is. That wasn't in the contract. Now, I've spent years and years doing freebies but it gets a little old after about 20 years. It's not like they throw in a Christmas bonus or I even get a thank you for it. They have this attitude,"Get out there yardboy and just do what you're told!!" It get's old. After you do a freebie here and one there, it adds up and you have nothing to show for it when the smoke clears. Now, I could say, I do it to keep my job but I don't think that's true. Of course, there are the hardballs out there who say, "I charge for everything!" I don't believe that either. I hate how people just expect it. I feel like saying, "Would you work a couple of hours at your job for free?"-they wouldn't! I want to ask Solo to give me a bag of free Solo products in return for the weedeating and we'll be even-Ha HaMy moto has always been that people will literally let you work all day long long for free if you'll do it-there seems to be no moral ethics and appreciation in this world. Any opinions.