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Boneyard1

09:15AM | 09/29/08
Member Since: 11/04/07
16 lifetime posts
I'm trying to figure it out....Am I a fool because I actually respond to your rants or because I point out your negligence. I guess the ends justify the means.

This contractor was also cutting corners, the licensedwaterproofer way.

http://www.cobletrenchsafety.com/news2.php?id=30

LicensedWaterproofer

01:57PM | 09/29/08
Member Since: 03/05/04
301 lifetime posts
duh, i cannot control how OTHERS dig their trench, got that? Knowing what type of soil one is digging in, and with what,and possibility of roots (which can/usually do support a bank) etc.

30+ years here. Then go ahead and find Capizzo Construction in se MI, they have 38 years exp w/NO problems,no complaints, and go ahead and look up RL Stremersch, 30+ years no complainst etc. 'WE' cannot in any way control what OTHERS do, what others think, how others assume how a trench should be dug....and that goes for OSHA too. Who has more experience w/NO incidents etc than those listed above? OSHA or any-other org does not possess OUR hands-on experience, period, end of freakin story. Ain`t a soul on this-planet that is going to tell me/us how to dig our trench, if they do, THEY will be SUED.

LicensedWaterproofer

02:01PM | 09/29/08
Member Since: 03/05/04
301 lifetime posts
ANY day, in any honest courtroom, i`ll take you and ALL your buddies on, say the word. Your responses are because YOU either, are incompetent and didn`t care for any of my intial posts/links and/or, the TRUTH from my posts hurts your business or WILL severly hurt it based on the FACTS and YOU do not want anything to happen to yer lil BS game, injections/inside systems etc. Got news for ya, YOU ARE IN DEEP CRAP! Got Milk?

Boneyard1

04:25PM | 09/29/08
Member Since: 11/04/07
16 lifetime posts
Let me get this straight, you know everything and everyone else is wrong? OHSA is a joke? You and your buddie's construction companies should be the final word? You are personally going to sue anyone that disagrees with you? I'm fraudulent because I looked at your posted photos and pointed out an unsafe situation?

Digging trenches the licensedwaterproofer way

http://wtop.com/?nid=25&sid=855045

LicensedWaterproofer

05:55PM | 09/29/08
Member Since: 03/05/04
301 lifetime posts
...that is, i understand one hlll of alot more on this-subject than you do. 30 years with NO complaints versus your nitwit fraudulent bentonite injections and/or Inside systems.
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