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    Re: Swamp

    Originally posted by Stamas
    RoBo, the Salis. boys handed me the flier on the GM 95% plus unit, they had a woody for it. What's the word. I needed a ceiling mounted unit I needed in a hurry. Stumbled across one in the Service book.
    Not sure exactly what you are referring to. Unfortunately, contractors and branches sometimes get fliers that we lowly salesmaggots don't see until someone shoves one in our faces.

    Are you referring to the Goodman condensing furnaces? I personally think they are one of the best on the market right now.
    Government is a disease...
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    Robo,I sure hope you made there ass beg for awhile,I mean come on Goodman..to let our Robo go because the guy in the white shirt had issue.What *******!

    If those people at the top cant see what an asset you are then I dont think I could ever buy there product.

    I sure hope they gave up some more money to get you back.
    If not.. I'm up for starting a riot.




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    Simpleman, Robo left Goodman for a job in the big sandbox, but unfortunately the job didn't happen. So Robo took a vacation job on some island and now he's back at Goodman.
    Have you hugged the Earth today?
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    Where then my apology to goodman,I see Robo has the upper hand.

    Thats right I did read somewhere that he purchase a house with lots of land in penn state.
    All tho to go from baltimore to p town some how I dont see
    that as going up the ladder,Unless acourse you go there for
    the food.

    Hmmmm...ok I've seen the convention pics,please disregard
    above statement.

    [Edited by simpleman on 09-10-2005 at 04:17 PM]

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    Just renting the farmhouse in PA till I find out if this new venture is going to work out for me. Goodman has treated me well overall and is the kind of demanding company I like to work for. You do your job or you lose your job, for the most part it is that simple.

    I came back to Goodman for the reason mentioned, but also because I do believe in the product and my boss is someone I have a lot of respect for. I don't know why I respect someone who would hire me....but.....
    Government is a disease...
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    Stamas; that information on the 95% efficient furnaces was in my mail bin.

    It appears that the feds have signed an energy bill that allows anyone having a furnace at least 95% efficient installed between December 31, 2005 and January 1, 2008 to have a tax credit of $150. An additional $50 tax credit will be allowed for 95% efficient furnaces with variable speed blowers.

    Goodman will have a line of 95% efficient furnaces on the market before December to accomodate those who wish to take advantage of this tax deduction of up to $200.

    To put a 2% increase in furnace efficiency into perspective;

    * An average homeowner in Detroit can save up to $104 per year.

    * Nationally, a 2% increase will save over 830 million Btu's of gas per year.

    * Over 1.7 billion pounds of CO2 will not be released into the atmosphere.

    * Equivalent to taking 150,000 cars off of America's roads.

    * Like planting more then 237,000 acres of new forest.

    How can anyone not take advantage of this?
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    ...masquerading as its own cure…
    Ecclesiastes 10:2 NIV


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    Well,

    When my stepmother from Florida calls about this incentive I'll give her your email address so you can explain how much money she'll be saving.
    Come to think of it, that might not be a good idea.

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    Hell, I've no problem selling ice cubes to Eskimos or furnaces to Floridians. As a matter of fact, I'll be down there soon to see my son and then again to visit with Lisa's folks. Let me know if you want me to oversize that furnace a little bit
    Government is a disease...
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    Originally posted by RoBoTeq
    Hell, I've no problem selling ice cubes to Eskimos or furnaces to Floridians. As a matter of fact, I'll be down there soon to see my son and then again to visit with Lisa's folks. Let me know if you want me to oversize that furnace a little bit
    Where in Florida are you going RoBo?

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    My son lives in Ocala and my in-laws to be live in Boca Rotan.
    Government is a disease...
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    Ecclesiastes 10:2 NIV


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    Well if you make as far south as Naples let me know beforehand and I can take you out for some snook or redfish fishing in the islands. I know a few spots inshore where there are some nice grouper and snapper spots.

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    Where is Naples in conjunction with the two places I will be? I thought Naples was on the Gulf side. Ocala is central and Boca Raton I believe is closer to Miami.
    Government is a disease...
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    It's on the Gulf side about 3-4 hours south of Tampa. Approx 5 hours from Ocala and maybe 2 1/2 hours from Boca. It's a nice place to visit, not as large as Boca and all it's surrounding cities with quite a bit to do. In the winter the population pretty much quadruples with all of the rich folk coming down to their 2nd and 3rd homes. One of my former customers had bought a house on the beach for around 4.5 million and his wife didn't quite like it so he bought the place right next door, torn it down and built her what she wanted at a price tag of around 8 million. He has his house, she has hers. When I did the a/c check ups for them it would take me 1-2 days as there were between the both of them 19 3-5 ton Trane XL units.

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