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Old 02-26-2012, 09:35 AM   #16
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Now thats funny!
Heh. I don't even buy the tools and it ticks me right off every time one of them comes back in a huge knot.

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Old 02-26-2012, 09:42 AM   #17
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Heh. I don't even buy the tools and it ticks me right off every time one of them comes back in a huge knot.
It happens,I had 1 of my guys rip a bucket right off the back of one of my backhoes years ago just because he was too lazy to replace a cotter pin,cost me $2000.00 plus to fix for a $1000.00 job and he couldnt understand why I wanted to drop the bucket on his head!
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It happens,I had 1 of my guys rip a bucket right off the back of one of my backhoes years ago just because he was too lazy to replace a cotter pin,cost me $2000.00 plus to fix for a $1000.00 job and he couldnt understand why I wanted to drop the bucket on his head!
I bet your guys learn after they mess up.



So far 3 small cables knotted from cleaning mainlines, and he still does it.
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That same guy left his old truck and boat sitting at my house for close to a year after that episode,I came really close to launching his truck and boat/trailer into the misouri river after that episode!
I was just gonna tell him "youre not gonna blame that on me are ya?
Thats the same line he layed on me after destroying my tractor!

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