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Les

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  1. can't remember ever having to promote the idea. Write a good report. I am not as grumpy as Marc, but understand his position. I have had coverage for many many years and really never thought about using it in my grand market plan. I have had some limited success in this profession. I understand Jim K's position.
  2. The couple I have out in the barn seem to get along just fine and seldom require any "winding up". PS: they move in a year ago.
  3. got a couple out in the barn.
  4. i can for you. email me.
  5. my kid bought in Jupiter, Fla. We had an impossible time finding anyone that "did not suck". Even Cramer did not know anyone.
  6. I can name that tune in 6 notes! wonder what Kurt is doing.
  7. Erby is right in wanting a photo. I would want to "see" site before offering solutions. For what it is worth, I have seen precious few sites that require lots and lots of time and money. Drainage gets really complicated when you waste your time trying to make water do something un-natural. Sure there are exceptions and all situations are not "improve the grade", but many are just remembering that water runs downhill. PS: water also always wins!
  8. your post sound like my life after meeting my wife!
  9. Hey Marc, I know what you mean to say, but many other readers may not.
  10. My personal opinion is the van is the better vehicle. I have been impressed with converted "bread" vans. Couple of them had fold out hammocks! it seems there is lots of room for stuff, slow speed, good gvrw, etc.
  11. we have seen that pretty often. heights and wind direction is only reason I can think of. I suppose there is a hundred rules why not, but if it works, what is real implication?
  12. Hey Bill, didn't they come atop an American Standard steel counter top?
  13. operated pop-up drain. not exact but gives you the idea.
  14. I must have been a sawyer in a past life. I can watch a saw mill for hours! (and have done it) my barn has scraps of wood that I have personally had for fifty years.
  15. not a difficult read and does contain some good advice for those that have appropriate insurance. Thought it was interesting that the state bar got involved.
  16. or I could go next door to my kids's law office.😊
  17. all inspectors must be aware that their insurance company is not their attorney.. consult your atty.
  18. While I appreciate your view and take on the subject, you may be a little off on your interpretation of the law. I think you are correct in most of your post, but to opine that a person may or not be covered is definitely up to the discretion of the individual state(s) and their regulators. I, as a sole proprietor, can not be covered, yet must have coverage in place - in Michigan.
  19. Now that is the Mike I know and love!
  20. $105.00, plus a Case folding knife and three sticks of Juicy Fruit gum.
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