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Old 01-20-2011, 09:01 PM   #15
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The "victim" and his wife and I think they have kids are good friends with my uncle. I will say this, he will be the first person to walk up to you, shake your hand and introduce himself. Very friendly and nice. I think this whole thing was misfortunate and a simple case of having too much to drink, and lack of thinking things thru.

I feel really lucky in that I have not seen a single drop in business through this whole downturned economy. I'm in a position to take care of his mistake, but I think it goes without much saying that there are a million other things I could use that money for on the trailer.

Thank you for all your thoughts and advice. I'm sure I will look back and laugh someday. Certainly not anytime soon, but someday.

Oh and Massyfarm, if the trailer only takes 3 months to redo, I will pay his medical bills, offer him a job, and pay for medical insurance.

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Old 01-21-2011, 01:00 PM   #16
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I'd like to have you for a neighbor and friend, Mattkroff. Happy trails.


Somebody, please, point me to the road.

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Old 01-25-2011, 09:14 PM   #17
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You'll get something back for this in the future matt

well that's quite a story matt--good luck on the rebuilding and maintaining a friendship too. your frame looks good. I look forward to watching what you do with the rebuild--cool. have a great week --ted

acts of kindness and integrity always seen to pay off later. keep your eyes open and tell us when it happens.

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