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This kid is never going to listen to a word we tell him! He is just a know it all little punk who is playing landscaper on mommy and daddys dime.


Good luck in life kid. Life is hard, even harder if your stupid. How many times do we have to tell you something before you get it.
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Let's all cut him some slack. He is 12. Hell, even if he was 22, let's cut him some slack.

He is trying which is a lot better than not trying.
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Let's all cut him some slack. He is 12. Hell, even if he was 22, let's cut him some slack.

He is trying which is a lot better than not trying.
Thank you for that Steve! I support you on that one. Anyways did anybody like my presentation?
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Thank you for that Steve! I support you on that one. Anyways did anybody like my presentation?
no, let me repeat what I wrote 4 days ago.

"You Tried the best now try the best."

Edit, edit, and edit. Then show people.

Why are you still marketing being the best, biggest, etc? Listen to people use the boy next door pitch.
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i am confused you have yourself in a picture with a riding mower but yet you wanted to put a snow plow made of cardboard on a bicycle.

also, is that your snow blower in the picture or is it a generic one?

i only ask because once again if you already have a snow thrower and you obviously have shovels and you could put a plow on the tractor, why entertain the thought of a cardboard plow on a bike?

i agree with sectlandscaping with using the young kid next door story line.
it is the most viable approach for you.
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i am confused you have yourself in a picture with a riding mower but yet you wanted to put a snow plow made of cardboard on a bicycle.

also, is that your snow blower in the picture or is it a generic one?

i only ask because once again if you already have a snow thrower and you obviously have shovels and you could put a plow on the tractor, why entertain the thought of a cardboard plow on a bike?

i agree with sectlandscaping with using the young kid next door story line.
it is the most viable approach for you.
Yes that is my snowblower I don't know why I made a cardboard plow? I forgot why I wanted to. Anyways I honestly don't know why I made a cardboard plow. I tore it off it was the dumbest thing I have made. So ya
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Yes that is my snowblower I don't know why I made a cardboard plow? I forgot why I wanted to. Anyways I honestly don't know why I made a cardboard plow. I tore it off it was the dumbest thing I have made. So ya

well, at least you came to your senses and spared yourself further embarrassment
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