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Old 10-05-2012, 04:11 PM   #76
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"creeper is a HE?'
Ummm, uh.... Well , I never really checked.... and uh...

So you see, I Uhh.... I'M OUTA HERE.

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Old 10-05-2012, 04:35 PM   #77
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I'm involved in 4 multi-forum hijackings, I feel like an ironic pyrite.
Glad to see you have a self perceived useful mission in life.
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Old 10-05-2012, 06:45 PM   #78
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Really, $100 is not loot compared to eduaction. Music is good for kids.
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Old 10-06-2012, 12:18 AM   #79
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I feel no sympathy for the OP whatsoever. Why didn't your wife come to an agreement with Piano teacher when she knocked it over? A mailbox needs to be repaired the same or the next day or you don't get the mail. If you wanted to avoid a contractor's costs then YOU should have hustled over there and fixed the mailbox.

$100 is a completely legitimate cost for resetting a mail box. No legitimate contractor can afford to make a service call for much less.

The OP failed to do the decent and correct thing by fixing the problem immediately and put the Piano teacher in a position where she needed hire someone to fix the thing. The OP then has the balls to complain about the bill. I say shame on you OP
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Old 10-06-2012, 10:11 AM   #80
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Now see what you've done mike? This insanity had died a nice peaceful death, was buried way down the list, folks had pretty much forgotten all about you. Then you resurrected it, brought it back up to the top. Along come bob n rob and innocently become entangled in the thread. And can you believe it? They don't agree with you either.
Thanx, robnbob, I'd forgotten what started the whole thing. Say you two should start a Vaudeville act, Bob n Rob the Electrical Tap and Soft Shoe Duo, featuring Piano Music, Mail Delivery, and Snappy Financial and Personal Responsibility Repartee.
You're right, bob, or was it rob? They look so much alike its hard to tell them apart. $100 is not loot, it is certainly not booty, but as I goes about me self perceived mission as a hi-jackin pirate of the open forums, I takes what I can get. Feel frre to jump on any typos, mis-spelinngs I may make, but leave my grammer alone, she's a nice lady and getting on in years.

Now, I've been reminded which thread this is, there's the one mike started in the inferior forum that lead to same results. Let me get out my treasure map and see if I can remember where the other hi-jackings are. Ah, the one where OP told allthumbs to stop making assumptions and act professional or get out of the thread and the one where OP doesn't think there is such thing as dependable contractors and blames them for his lack of homework and makes racial comments about workers.

Can't send a post card, since mail box fell, watch for message in bottle concerning my survival over there. its a wonder I survived bein called a pathetic clown.

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