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Old 03-27-2013, 04:43 AM
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Graham,

Just goofing around. Whenever women find out a man has money the first question is always ...is he married. If married the second question is ...does he fool around.

You need to get a copy of the gold diggers hand book.
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Old 03-27-2013, 04:55 AM
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Just for the record...I'm not a gold digger. But I do get my money from rich men. But I do it by building them their high end mid life crisis log or timber frame home. I like the ones that pay for the house out of pocket with no bank involvement.
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Me too...if my wife caught me fooling around she would do a Mrs Bobbit to me!



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Just goofing around. Whenever women find out a man has money the first question is always ...is he married. If married the second question is ...does he fool around.

You need to get a copy of the gold diggers hand book.
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Old 03-27-2013, 05:14 AM
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We should talk later this year...as I intend on selling this current business to a US competitor and will be in either the Virginia or NC area, so I can commute on the 3 day a week consultancy practice we have discussed. Talking to 2 companies one Norfolk and the other in Charlotte.


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G is for Goddam Rich!
Have a search around and with all your money buy a sense of humour, you really really need one.....

Besides, whats wrong with grave diggers?
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Old 03-27-2013, 09:35 PM
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I guess your still a bit Pi**ed that you have to work for a living...(http://www.fornobravo.com/forum/f25/...ely-18721.html (Life got in the way unfortunately.)) like most brickies I have come across, they do half a days work and want a full days pay...No wonder the construction industry globally is on its bottom.
I actually retired from bricklaying and went back to boiler making.
See being a smarty pants doesnt work.....
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Old 03-27-2013, 11:51 PM
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Bricklaying, boiler maker what's the difference? Both trades are dead.

As they say in England "Shut your cake hole".

Have a good one, I am sure you are one of my descendants who was sent to Australia, if records are right because you are father less...

You might want to change your avatar then to an old codger with a wrench - LOL

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Old 03-27-2013, 11:56 PM
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So much anger.......
Buy a personal trainer to sort it.
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Hey Guvnor......"pull your head in" :..... You can always goof and dig in chit chat area.

Those who come here end up stayin for good reason...!
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Old 03-28-2013, 12:33 AM
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When I posted my answer to the OP I did not expect to be verbally abused...then when I am, I retaliate - people don't like that "cause the nice guy got nasty!", as the old saying goes - "if you can't take it, don't give it!"

It looks as though the failed bricklayer in oz is now recruiting friends to help his cause - go figure.

My last comment (until a rebuttal) is, "you ain't seen nothing yet..."

I cant understand your last comment? I have been on here since 2011 and I AM HERE for a REASON, to share knowledge (or learn) about cooking using a wood fired pizza oven, that was what I was doing in the first instance SHARING KNOWLEDGE, but the brickie from oz saw it as a way to "have a go" which is not acceptable.

Graham

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