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    Quote Originally Posted by Troy View Post
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    I know.,,,,,,,,,,

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    hey,Troy, I know what an APPRENTICE is, but just what is an APPRENTIVE?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hube View Post
    hey,Troy, I know what an APPRENTICE is, but just what is an APPRENTIVE?
    I guess it's me being on here way too late
    Try

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    Troy,,You are just learning the hard way, no matter what you do the apprentices are never happy.

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    Now I'm not even a tradesman I'm a "handy, man"....I've metamorphosed again, I can't keep up with it all captain!!
    Little about a lot and a lot about a little.
    Every day is a learning day.

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    Cool

    Now, now ,Pushkins, settle down. You can always get on the boat and have a chance to get off

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    I must admit coming into a forum being labeled as a "handyman" is a bit degrading for a master plumber.

    Really looking forward to being a master handyman...
    I stayed at a Holiday Inn Express last night.
    Now I can Plumb!

    For great information on the history of sanitary sewers including the use of Redwood Pipe
    Visit http://www.sewerhistory.org/
    Did you know some Redwood Pipe is still in service today.

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