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Old 09-23-2013, 11:37 PM   #1
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Wanna See pro plumbers at work?? frighting what people do and or have done, by hiring stooge plumbing and paint and window repair. check these guys out


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Good stuff javiles. Hopefully others will view this video and learn from it. It's scary.

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"Once you pack dirt on it, it'll probably go down"

Just one of the memorable quotes. All sorts of how not to's on full display. Kinda reminds me of Dorf of Golf, except Carol Burnett's show was billed as a comedy, and these guys were being serious.
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Ha, ha, ha!!
I guess, in that part of the galaxy -
they ain't heard of "primer" yet!?!

Hey! -
they put dirt underneath it to!!
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Oh my.....
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Awesome plimbing...... LOL I would have left that flex pipe in to.... NOT!!!!!!!

This video is an example of what not to do.
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Hand those 'plumbers' another beer!
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wow really....they should see how its really done...Pro Plumbers at work.-018.jpg
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another shot before concrete
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a shot of laundry room floor...
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and a shot of the 1 st 4 unit building...gas meter manifold....ben sr
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