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Old 12-07-2017, 09:39 AM   #1
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Old 12-07-2017, 08:12 PM   #2
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Funny you posted this. I'm NOT a cat person rather a dog lover. But every once in awhile I'll meet a cat on a job that I swear should have been a dog. Trans-species maybe?

The project I finished today we were on for 3 days, and their cat was one of these. He did everything like a dog except wag his tail! Cool cat. (Did I just type that?)

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I'm cool with just about any kind of critter, and that can pay off in our line of work.

Back when I worked for a GC, he sold the job from hell. The wife obviously bulldozed the husband into it, and every day he would come home barking at the guys and threatening to sue if the least little thing wasn't done perfectly. It was so bad that a couple of them flat out refused to work on that job any more, even if it meant getting fired.

My turn in the barrel. They had a cat that supposedly hated all of humanity. I made friends with her in about five minutes, and he was so blown away by that, that the rest of the job turned into sunshine & roses.

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