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Old 09-27-2011, 08:57 PM   #1
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Sorry, just caught that a introduction is needed, or at least suggested. I'll just hit the highlights. Own a Plumbing Business for a couple of years. Do a lot of residential remodeling. Is that satisfactory?
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Old 09-27-2011, 09:01 PM   #2
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What are your credentials?

Are you licensed?

Which code do you follow?

What state are you doing business in?
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Better late than never. Welcome aboard, great to have you.
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Old 09-27-2011, 09:23 PM   #4
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Licensed, UPC, State of Denial. Is that better? Not to welcoming there fella. How can you own a plumbing business without a license?
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How can you own a plumbing business without a license?
You could be in California where a Journeymans License is a prize in a box of store brand cereal.
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Do we really need another smarta$$? We already have that covered Rehab.

Mr.Widds & I could use another yes man. Bow to our deluded sense of importance and all will go well. Or you could just kiss the pipe wrench - no rings for royalty here.
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Do we really need another smarta$$? We already have that covered Rehab.

Mr.Widds & I could use another yes man. Bow to our deluded sense of importance and all will go well. Or you could just kiss the pipe wrench - no rings for royalty here.
He called me "fella".

You realize, of course, that this means war, right?
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This ought to be fun...
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Licensed, UPC, State of Denial. Is that better? Not to welcoming there fella. How can you own a plumbing business without a license?
They are just screwing with you... But a bit more info would help a lot.... We like to know who it is that we share info with and that they are professional plumbers
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I'm going to fire me up some microwave popcorn.
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