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Doug Meyer

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Just want to wish all my friends and appraisers here in Indiana (and elsewhere) a happy and safe holiday. Time to relax, unwind and enjoy some warm weather (we can only hope). Everyone have a great weekend!! :clapping:
 

Indiana Jones

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Just want to wish all my friends and appraisers here in Indiana (and elsewhere) a happy and safe holiday. Time to relax, unwind and enjoy some warm weather (we can only hope). Everyone have a great weekend!! :clapping:


<sigh> I've got an appointment at 5:00 on Monday. The guy is a doctor and very high maintenance. It's for a good bank client that I'm trying to get more work from, so I'm trying to score points.
 

Doug Meyer

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Indiana
What in the world are you doing work on Monday for ??? Hope you got triple the fee on this one LOL!!! Have a good holiday Mike
 

EddieHibbard

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Feb 1, 2005
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Certified Residential Appraiser
State
Indiana
I hope I had a good holiday weekend, I heard there was a race, and an abundant supply of adult beverages.
 

Rufus

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Indiana
<snip) ... I heard there was a race ...<snip>

Is that the thing where they drive around in circles for a few hours? I supposed Dixon diserved to win due to poll position and good running all month, but I would like to have seen Danica get a second win. (Japan prior week.) And I do think that Briscoe was in the wrong, Danica did swerve to avoid him, but he simpley plowed into her. Forty lashes, or drawn and quartered would be appropriate for him in my book.
 
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