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Old 02-17-2020, 07:39 PM   #11
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yup just another handi hack...dont let the door hit you in the a$$ on the way out...
Yup, and looking for free advice.
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Old 02-18-2020, 12:22 AM   #12
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Apartment building comment was directed at the guy with his wife’s cat for a profile photo who asked me to tell about my plumbing experiences...

Because none of you “real” plumbers could ever own an investment property? Wtf gives there.

You guys should stop worrying about DIYrs moving in on your trade and not paying the “almighty brown trout herder” and get off the key board and go work.. if your as good as your trying to sound you should have more work then you could ever handle in this economy.

I do it all.. not just snaking drains or sniffing pvc glue. I didn’t notice the 40 year experience plumber requirements when I logged in.

Current project I am doing is a greenhouse heating system. It’s basic rudimentary heat distribution. I asked for help, and you unemployed desk jockeys hiding behind your computer screen jumped down my throat. When I’m doing a new development project or an big commercial job I have a plumbing contractor in my corner who handles his team of employees to do it on budget and on time.

I do what makes me the most money, some times that’s me solving the problem and using my internal team and getting it done, some times that’s out sourcing to a contractor. It never is being stuck in my ways as you bone heads are proving to be. But thanks for the entertainment, I often forget that their are a few simpletons out there still.
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Old 02-18-2020, 06:51 AM   #13
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Yes, I own investment property. Some of it makes me money, the rest I get rid of.

Be careful, asking for help with a 'rudimentary' heating system design might get you classified as a simpleton as well.

Unemployed? A plumber? Not hardly, we are all relaxing after a long day of work talking about our trade. And hoping diy'ers will stop in for a face slapping. Thank you by the way for that.........
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Old 02-18-2020, 09:12 AM   #14
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Apartment building comment was directed at the guy with his wife’s cat for a profile photo who asked me to tell about my plumbing experiences...

Because none of you “real” plumbers could ever own an investment property? Wtf gives there.

You guys should stop worrying about DIYrs moving in on your trade and not paying the “almighty brown trout herder” and get off the key board and go work.. if your as good as your trying to sound you should have more work then you could ever handle in this economy.

I do it all.. not just snaking drains or sniffing pvc glue. I didn’t notice the 40 year experience plumber requirements when I logged in.

Current project I am doing is a greenhouse heating system. It’s basic rudimentary heat distribution. I asked for help, and you unemployed desk jockeys hiding behind your computer screen jumped down my throat. When I’m doing a new development project or an big commercial job I have a plumbing contractor in my corner who handles his team of employees to do it on budget and on time.

I do what makes me the most money, some times that’s me solving the problem and using my internal team and getting it done, some times that’s out sourcing to a contractor. It never is being stuck in my ways as you bone heads are proving to be. But thanks for the entertainment, I often forget that their are a few simpletons out there still.

LOL..I love it when unlicensed hacks get their undies in a bunch.......
I own plenty of real estate and rentals along with a business...
its fun as hell to listen to all the self proclaimed geniuses out there that claim they can do anything better than the professional....
do you have an eye problem that you couldnt see this when joining this website???
you are not in the trade you only pretend to be a plumber you have no licenses or certifications, noone cares that you work on your own schit..that does not qualify for this website..there is a DIY sight for you..
your plumbing contractor can join..not you....
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