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Old 03-11-2013, 09:51 AM
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The patterns you see are pretty amazing aren't they Barry? Over and over and over and over you see patterns that soon are so clear, it's like you are a warlock or something. You can see what the guy did in the booth like you were a stalker face up against the booth window the day before.

They are THAT clear, these patterns are THAT clear guys.

mitmaks, how about a hamburger?


You have a McBland burger.



Then you have a fine burger at one of the specialty places in town.



Both are hamburgers, they even often have the same stuff, bread buns, hamburger meat patty, cheese, lettuce, pickles, onions, etc. look at them, they both have the same ingredients! Yet they taste TOTALLY different, why? The quality of the ingredients is the biggest difference.

Then of course there is likely more right? The kind of cheese, a seasoning here and there, that can make a BIG difference right?

Use the quality products sold by the paint manufacturers who have something to loose if it isn't up to par, and something to gain when it does it's job well.

Brian
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