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Old 06-30-2006, 10:35 PM   #1
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I have come accross some people on here that are just trying to round up business. Like posting there own questions then refering themselves to themselves. Or posting the same advise on multiple threads to get people to visit there websites or business. I am a professional. I feel I have a lot of good advise to give. It is a waste of my time and anyone else's to have to read this bunk. Please refrain and advertise like everyone else does...LIGITIMATELY!!!

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Old 07-01-2006, 06:34 AM   #2
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I'm with you Dave, I don't post advertising of any kind. I think it is interesting to read the posts and offer advice if I can. Others in business should do the same and not use a signature with phone number...they probably think it is slick to do it.

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Old 07-01-2006, 08:11 AM   #3
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Yes slick! I have ran accross a couple on here that I know have registered in one name to ask a question, and the replied with another registered name. I just know it....
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Old 07-01-2006, 04:46 PM   #4
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I just noticed you are in Orlando..wanna hook me up with Disney tickets???? Nothing like knowing a native when you want to vacation on the cheap..I have a 7 year old that wants to go.
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Old 07-01-2006, 05:25 PM   #5
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Yeah I could hook you up, but they check ID now on all pre purchase tickets. When are you going to be here?
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This fall maybe...I knew a guy who said locals get coupons and discount stuff that make the trip a lot less costly....and I am cheap. The travel agent said the Disney World 4 parks and misc. would run $1800 plus air fare...WOW!...cheaper to go to Acapulco.
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..they probably think it is slick to do it.
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Yes slick!
No, no...not me

I don't do that


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Yes locals do get a decent deal, but like I said they make you present an ID when you get the tickets. We had some friends come in from out of town last fall and tried for them...No luck. I can tell you where to stay and where to eat however. Lots of great attractions. Between Disney, Seaworld, Busch Gardens, Universal studios, and about 100 other small theme parks there is no boring vacation here. Cheap is tough to do, but if you stay in a hotl away from the parks you can still do it fairly inexpensive. About anywhere in Orlando area is within 30 minutes of the "Magic". Let me know if you come I'll meet you for dinner or something. My wife and 2 daughters (4 and 11) love to get out of the house.
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No not you Slick! Go to the post about needing new cabinets and see my reply to this guy, or to the modular home guy...Heck I think they're the same guy...
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As far as the KFC thing...My wife saw that and said finally someone is custom making food for you honey..Everything in one bowl
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No not you Slick! Go to the post about needing new cabinets and see my reply to this guy, or to the modular home guy...Heck I think they're the same guy...
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Go to the post about needing new cabinets and see my reply to this guy, or to the modular home guy...Heck I think they're the same guy...
Yeah, those are spam

Whenever you see those, you can click the exclamation point in the lower left
It's a "report bad post" button
It'll pop up a spot for you to put in "spam", "ad", "nasty web site link", or whatever is the problem, then you can send it
It'll go to any moderators for the sub-forum, or Admin if there's no Mods
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Right on...I was wondering about that..thanks

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