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Old 08-12-2008, 09:16 PM   #11
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Buzz, there are horses for courses.

Granted, I would never turn down a soldier (especially one being deployed) or a LEO, and I do a lot of pro bono work.

But let's face it, you know how I work, I'm of more service and I can support myself better if I stay with the restaurant trade.

Besides, who better than a biker to go toe-to-toe with a chef and that inflated ego?

And face it, I prefer to do detailed and precise work.
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Old 08-12-2008, 09:28 PM   #12
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Buzz, there are horses for courses.

Granted, I would never turn down a soldier (especially one being deployed) or a LEO, and I do a lot of pro bono work.

But let's face it, you know how I work, I'm of more service and I can support myself better if I stay with the restaurant trade.

Besides, who better than a biker to go toe-to-toe with a chef and that inflated ego?

And face it, I prefer to do detailed and precise work.
Understood. You did do a service for the local established publically funded enforcers, and a good one I'm sure. My very best wishes re: your future.

DC member plumies, are you watching this thread? The Tourist is full of information to take your artistry with your new Apex to the next level and beyond. That's a promise.
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