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  1. #27
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    Quote Originally Posted by HammerDog View Post
    Have you ever added anything useful to a thread on here?
    Twilli adds many beneficial things to threads in the pro forum.

    Too valuable to share for free. Send him $29.95, and he'll send you his valuable transcripts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jrbenny View Post
    Down, boys.

    Hammer - we might BS around here, that gif is unacceptable.

    twilla - go wash the double wide.
    No problem.

    Is he (Twilla) the norm in the industry?




    Quote Originally Posted by RyanHughes View Post
    Then Twilli can let you borrow the book so you can learn how to spell plumber.
    I already have one, but I tore out the front page of it. now I cannot get started.

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    Twilli is above the norm.
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    Company #2 guy was about 350lbs and was telling me that due to his size he could not put the vents on the outside wall like I wanted, but could get his 15 year old kid to do it if thatis what I wanted. I told him to leave.



    I'm 320lbs, usually what I do is sub my installations out, then again maybe if I didn't I wouldn't be 320 haha!! What i'm trying to say is that you can't let your limitations hurt your business

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    Don't try to insult Twilli, Twilli has been insulted by many pro's in the pro section.
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    Quote Originally Posted by twilli3967 View Post
    Twilli is above the norm.
    I see now why I am having such issues with getting a competent A/C contractor in my area then.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pcairetech View Post
    Company #2 guy was about 350lbs and was telling me that due to his size he could not put the vents on the outside wall like I wanted, but could get his 15 year old kid to do it if thatis what I wanted. I told him to leave.



    I'm 320lbs, usually what I do is sub my installations out, then again maybe if I didn't I wouldn't be 320 haha!! What i'm trying to say is that you can't let your limitations hurt your business
    I would not have an issue with him subing the duct work out. But his options were limited: Either I let him do the work and let him install the supply ducts on an interior wall where he could fit or he could bring out his 15 year old son and let him start cutting holes in my home to put the ducts where I wanted them. It is not his size that turned me way from him.

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    This should make things better.

    This message is hidden because twilli3967 is on your ignore list.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HammerDog View Post
    This should make things better.


    Now that really hurts Twilli, got me on ignore. Twilli says you titled your post correctly
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    Quote Originally Posted by twilli3967 View Post
    Now that really hurts Twilli, got me on ignore. Twilli says you titled your post correctly
    I guess we're suppose to be stiff collared when were not working.
    And have no fun while helping people out with free advice.
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  11. #37
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    probably still mad about JRB busting him over the picture posted. Humor is 2nd best reason to come here, next to the knowledge that you can learn.

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    Everybody keep posting/quoting what Twilli says.
    Then he'll have to ignore all of us.
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    Quote Originally Posted by online2 View Post
    probably still mad about JRB busting him over the picture posted. Humor is 2nd best reason to come here, next to the knowledge that you can learn.
    No not mad at all, just someone who is looking at spending a fair amount of money on a purchase in your industry and trying to get some solid advise before my purchase. Guess I picked the wrong place to do so. BTW I am on several motorcycle forums and while we do have fun, we also try and give newbies the best advise we can (for free). I am also a certified arborist, and help on discussion boards as well as in person to help people with my knowledge. Guess most of you are not like that. You all have reinforced my distrust in the A/C industry.

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