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Whats the best thing to do about a distressed pool and how to much to bid
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Make is disappear!
Pool, What pool??
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I swear, it was just here!
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House, what house??
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No really, where my house go?
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lmfaooooooooo i needed that laugh after a rough day of getting ****ed to make 92.00
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Say you have no knowledge about them, and PASS on it.

BD, very [email protected]#ing hilarious!
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If I recall, a sub for Field Assets years ago told me a 12'x20' in ground pool will take 210 cyds of trashout debris, two 18' landscape trailers of grass clippings and 24" of fill dirt.
I don't think he billed for the work; I believe FAS was the 50th customer to not pay him for a job and they won the prize.
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If I recall, a sub for Field Assets years ago told me a 12'x20' in ground pool will take 210 cyds of trashout debris, two 18' landscape trailers of grass clippings and 24" of fill dirt.
I don't think he billed for the work; I believe FAS was the 50th customer to not pay him for a job and they won the prize.

No more dump fees for a while!
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