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Old 04-02-2016, 06:40 PM   #141
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Where I used to work, the guy they hired to take my place when I quit was using a belt sander with what must have been a 80 belt to sand down the corner bead.
There were sparks flying out as he was sanding

Why did you leave it so humped for him?
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Old 04-02-2016, 06:56 PM   #142
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Where I used to work, the guy they hired to take my place when I quit was using a belt sander with what must have been a 80 belt to sand down the corner bead.
There were sparks flying out as he was sanding
Omg it must be a crack head thing he had an orbital sander lol
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Old 04-03-2016, 09:00 AM   #144
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Omg it must be a crack head thing he had an orbital sander lol
Not an orbital sander a belt sander.

Funny thing was I was supposed to do the job he was doing, but I quit.

It was in a photo studio. I knew the photographer as I had done other work in there prior and stopped in to say hello after I looked at another job to bid on.

All he could say was "Why didn't you wait to quit until my job was done?"
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