Same truckmount, same chems, same wand..

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  1. hogjowl
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    If yours isn't the one way over in the back, then what's the point?
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    can't you read? He's not a fan of solid stains.
    Give him time.
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    this has nothing to do with anything but pride in your work...

    if you have pride in what you do you are going to make sure you have the best of everything out there to achieve the results that you want and your going to take the time needed to do the job right and be proud of the end result...
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    Self-respect is a powerful thing.

    Narcissism is ugly.
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    I'm not ugly.
  6. Mikey P
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    My neighbors have pride, they just don't have super hero janitor skills.



    either do most carpet cleaners that just mopydope their way through their work.
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    Outstanding, Mike. It looks wonderful!

    Hope you are high and dry there and not having to deal with any flooding.
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    I've struggled for years trying to put into words what Mikey, Cleanworks, Steve and Jim have said. Next time a customer asks me why I think I'm head and shoulders above the Zero Rez gang, Stanley's, and other cleaner wannabes, I may just have your comments nicely printed on a card and say, read this, here's why.
    Being slightly anal and OCD has its benefits. Don't leave home without them.
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    No issue here Josh, how about you?
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    (well I have issues, just not with my shitty fence or flooding)
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    You all do....everyone but me....:eekk: :redface:

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    So , you are saying his areas came out better???:icon_razz::icon_razz: LOL!
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    That's not what your wife says.
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    We're good here. Everything about a mile around us is a different story. Nothing too bad though.
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    Opening a roadside fruit stand?

    Good lord that's a lot for a family of five.

    We had a late production Nectarine this year.. fruit sugar got really concetrated.. Delish
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    Mopydope or just not anally retentive?

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    She lies. :redface:
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    I just love gardening. And since it has taken us so long to find our "dream place" and build & since I ain't getting no younger, l just didn't have the patience to wait and do it more slowly as most do. Probably more than I can chew.

    Need some impulse control I guess. No fruit stand in my plan.......but who knows. Once you eat a home grown fruit or vegetables its hard to go back to store bought. Even the expensive organic stuff can't compete.

    Once they start producing (3-4 years) you'll have to stop by on one of your motorcycle trips, and get some free good fruit.
    With your lady killer charm, maybe you can help me open that road stand.
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    I'll bring some Depends.


    Do you have any idea how much fruit that is?....lmao.

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