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Old 04-18-2012, 08:13 AM   #16
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Originally Posted by rfrick7@yahoo.c View Post
Be sure that you fully understand about the meaning of slander. Don't slander me. All that I have done is respond to your complaints. It is a shame that you would have to try and somehow attempt to make me look bad. All you do is keep putting replies down that seem to be leading to something. I am sorry for your troubles, however discontinue trying to disturb the peace of this website. Also, you need to be able to back up any false claims that you have with factual information, not just some unknown sense of an attempt to demonstrate intelligence.
It is a good thing that you may or may not have the ability to research people, that is not a difficult thing to do these days with all of the research websites out there, however this is a website for mature individuals that want to learn about diy projects, not someone's ability to do a little bit of research. If I am that much of a threat to you, I apologize for that however why would you have the urge to attempt at making me look bad.
You are the one that is bringing up legal matters, not me. I have only tried to help someone with their crack repairs, that is all, nothing else. I only want to ensure that they know an alternative that they may not have known before. Again, I am truly sorry for any misfortunes that someone else might have brought on you.
You may have the four most interesting first posts here of anyone...............

The OP really should contact the dumpster company first as I'm sure they have a policy against driving beyond the curbline with their vehicles. It's certain to have been a problem for them previously, and I'd be surprised if they didn't have a waiver that needed to be signed by the homeowner before entering the property with a heavy vehicle. Hopefully they are willing to work with you, it's certainly worth the attempt.

As for the fix, the best scenario would be to have the contractor that poured the driveway cut out the one cracked section & replace it with the same. If it's only a few weeks/months old, they should have little problem getting an acceptable match especially considering they know the mix design & the other factors that would alter the color of the end product. Obviously, it would be ideal if the dumpster company was paying the bill for said contractor......



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