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  • skiidady skiidady Nov 10, 2010 12:01 PM Flag

    I'm Worried About MARGINS Going Too High

    What a problem to have!

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    • erickarr@ameritech.net erickarr Nov 10, 2010 1:24 PM Flag

      ski, asp's for non-bsi parts have been dropping by 20-25% annually. if this also turns out to apply to bsi, you may wish to consider this. just a thought.

      ps: looks like stinky fingers is still stalking you. remember, think of it as flattery, and you might learn to enjoy it.

      peace

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      • Skiimom....get it straight... it's daveyboy (the dickless clown who plagerized the "skiidady" ID) who is the "stalker."

        He has stalked Mike Haberban of Louisville, KY over countless Yahoo message boards over 6 years because dickless is dickless.


        I will continue to rub his nose in his feces as long as he continues playing the role of dickless clown on all those Yahoo message boards.

        If you can't see through his BS, you are naive.

        Maybe you two should get a room or form a mutual admiration society.

        Oh gee, here come the denials form dickless.....

      • Hey Eric, you caught me in a little mindless pumping in response to the poster that preceded. I imagine margins could be hard to improve drastically without a miracle product. As far as stinky goes he's a great post marker, rarely takes a day off and usually one stars all my posts in less than 15 minutes. I'd start posting with another ID but realize how important a part of stinky's life this is. Can you imagine such a creature? Internet troll extraordinaire.

 
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