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What Are The Basics And The Definite "no-no's" Of Bid Offer Conracting? If I Want To Serve As A Middleman By Taking Bid And Offers From Buyers And Sellers, What Are The Most Important Tips?

What Are The Most Important Maxims To Remember?
 

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Not to be a ********************, but only the first letter of a sentence and proper nouns are capitalized. Maybe it's just me, but I'm very picky with peoples' grammar, especially when it involves my money and my work (IE, contracts, etc). It shows professionalism if one can communicate well both by speaking and by writing/typing.
 

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While you apply thease basic rules, keep in mind 'you da man'

Always, durring negotiations, make some one whip you up some food.

If they have pool or hot tub, use it.

Stay the night, and be sure to fall asleep on the couch sorounded by beer cans with the TV on loud.

If they have a daughter above 18, smack her on the a$$, If under 18, give her your phone number and tell her to call you on her 18th birthday.

The last is the most important, so never, and I mean never, flush.

Bob
 

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*When working for a married couple, always be sure to KNOW what time HE'll be home from work.
* Do not respond to the name 'Jody'
 

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MEGACONTRACTOR said:
What Are The Most Important Maxims To Remember?
Eat what you can, and what you can't, can.
 

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You guys seriously crack me up! I needed that today!!!
 

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MEGA, dON'T fORGET tO lIGHT uP a sMOKE iNSIDE tHEIR hOUSE aND dON'T wORRY aBOUT fLICKING aSHES oN tHE cARPET.

iF yOU hAVE a gOOD bID, tHEY wON'T cARE...
 
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