$99 guy just became something of the past


#102

Yep. He’s a good egg. He showed up to help me in TN with a John deere machine and 50 ft of house 10 years ago. Now he has a crew and trucks on the road


#103

I have this fantasy of moving to a nice normal urban southern city like Knoxville and leaving this one horse town behind, but my wife… one of the top real estate agents in the area… kids… college…friends… family… blah, blah, blah…


#104

I feel your pain. I’d love to move back to the Alabama Gulf Coast but I’m still here for those reasons


#105

We should start a club… Our official sandwich could be the “club sandwich.”


#106

As long as it has lots of bacon


#107

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#108

I was stationed at Ft. Rucker. I would consider going back even though I said I never would, lol.


#109

I would have loved to have been stationed there


#110

First time I ever met a “fire ant” was in Dothan or Daleville, can’t remember which. They aren’t very agreeable creatures, I can tell you that.


#111

Nope and neither are red wasps


#112

“Ethics” are subjective. You do what you do to be [what you define as] successful, and that’s it.

And before you say it, no, this does not mean it is good to lie or use shady business tactics, as that will not make you successful if you are discovered, in fact quite the opposite.


#113

The mistake was offering it for any size home. You could’ve done a $75 special on gutter cleaning for any 1 story home, etc.


#114

While success is a goal sacraficing integrity is a tactic.

Ethics are only a fancy way to describe the diffrence between right and wrong. If you mean they are subjective by personality then yes they are, but the diffrence between right and wrong is still clear.


#115

Ethics are defined by law.
Morals are not


#116

Well, almost. Ethics are defined by some outside authority, whether it’s legal, professional, religious, or some other entity. Morals are internal. At least according to modern usage.

Source: https://www.diffen.com/difference/Ethics_vs_Morals

There is a lot of crossover, though, and in many instances I think the two words can be used interchangeably without altering the basic message.


#117

Put them up for sale. I bought one for a long time friend of mine from godaddy for $2.99 or whatever the special was as a gift when she was going to start a housecleaning company. It’s now worth $600 and she ultimately decided against house cleaning.


#118

How is it worth more?


#119

Ill buy squids(insert every city in colorado).com. Just incase.


#120

Value and resale value are two different things…especially with domains…


#121

Someone wants domain and makes offer im asumming?