03:50PM | 02/15/04
Member Since: 05/19/03
457 lifetime posts
Oh and yeah #5 is right bravo for me. He has been around enough to see my posts, and that I dont mess around. I see 2 people hate being wrong. Yeah, I have a problem with clients that [complain] and cant make up their mind, wasting my time, time that I could be helping someone who has their [act] together and know what they want.

Why would I want to spend any extra time on such person, when i have clients lined up with money in hand? WHAT - Just to make them happy??! I, and the guy who is holding the $$ and has his mind made up, are gonna be alot happier than somebody who wants to pay me the same but do more work.
[Heck] yeah, it's about the $$! If not, I'd be doing it for free.

Mr.Clean, you go ahead and hold their hand, being a consultant for the clients, and spend all your free time trying to make them happy. When your all done and they are still unhappy about the color you advised them on, and are holding on to your final pay, it doesn't matter you slaved and sweated for them. They hate it. The job could be A-1, best project you ever did. Bottom line - They aren't happy and are holding the final pay.

But hey you are the type that puts leans on homes before you start. All our work is a hand shake and a smile just like it should be.

[This message has been edited by retisin (edited February 15, 2004).]

[This message has been edited by Jay J (edited February 17, 2004).]


02:51PM | 02/16/04
Member Since: 02/03/04
15 lifetime posts
First and most important, you are WAY off topic. Second your rant is sad, just sad.

Jay J

02:23AM | 02/17/04
Member Since: 10/26/00
782 lifetime posts
Easy fellas!!!

If you want to rant and rage in my house - Fine. But be civil about it. It's too easy to be a tough guy from a distance, AND with words, where one can't adequately state their position, clarify themselves, and/or defend themself. I'm sure that you wouldn't express yourself this way if you just met for the first time, in person, where no relationship ever existed.

I'm all for the 1st ammendment but there are rules when you come into my house. I'm sure you have your rules too. Please keep it down. You're our guest.

Jay J -Moderator

PS: God Bless America!

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