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Old 03-06-2013, 12:49 PM   #121
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Hey Orangello. You were giving that guy a hard time working in a Texas Road House in Ohio. Texas Road House was founded in Jeffersonville, Indiana in a strip mall. According to them they have moved their HQ across the Ohio River to Louiseville, Ky.
A name is only a name.
Was it really? I work in the area and i wasnt aware of that.

Edit: I looked it up, it was founded in clarksville, indiana in 93' at Green Tree Mall and is still there.
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Old 03-06-2013, 01:29 PM   #122
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Never logged but threw many a stick of pulp wood
We usually just cut logs 18" and bigger we don't really need with pulp wood.....did you run the loader for a mill?
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Hey Orangello. You were giving that guy a hard time working in a Texas Road House in Ohio. Texas Road House was founded in Jeffersonville, Indiana in a strip mall. According to them they have moved their HQ across the Ohio River to Louiseville, Ky.
A name is only a name.
Well that's false advertising! I call for a boycott!
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FU4, Man I must say your story is a sad commentary on our countries state of economic affairs. A hard working Americans sweat equity is worthless on his native soil. News flash, Obama sends I Billion with Kerry to support our enemies in Egypt.
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I have read this too. I got forclosure papers in the mail last week, ex "wanted to be on her own" we had no problems paying our bills till she decided she didn't want to anymore.

I and my family built this house with our own hands 2 years of nights after work and weekends on 5 acres of my grandparents farm. I designed it, I drew the plans. If my counter proposals aren't accepted by the bank I will take the non built in appliances, furniture, and 2nd hand kitchen cabinets I put in the basement for my gun bench and go. When I see some other family moving in I will stop and introduce myself, give them the video I made before the drywall was hung showing where every pipe and wire is inside the walls. I will also point out the other features that are not standard to a normal spec house built by a contractor.

I am not capable of doing anything destructive to this place, not only because it was built to shelter my family which I love, but also because it was built on the land where all of my happiest childhood memories happened.
Where is this house located?
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At first I was a printer; at age 30 went to law school, followed by three years as an Assistant District Attorney in Fort Worth. Then about 20 years as a criminal defense attorney. Two years ago moved to NW Pennsylvania (it was LUVVV . . . ) to work as a title attorney/landman in the oil and gas industry.
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I manage a Farm Chemical Wholesale distribution center . Nothing special but if you got weeds I can make them go away quick
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I am an attorney in N TX. Small solo practice with my daughter who is also an attorney. We practice in family law, criminal law, probate, estate planning and CPS cases where we try to keep the family unit in tact. Both daughter and myself came to the practice after careers in law enforcement. Hers was with a PD and mine was always with a SO. Interesting set of events that has brought us to this point in our careers but we enjoy what we do even more when we can help our clients. Never a dull moment nor the same thing from one day to the next!
Where in N. Texas? I as a criminal defense attorney in Fort Worth for about 20 years.
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