Author Topic: FWIW - SS Corrosion  (Read 6982 times)

Offline C. Perry Rapier

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Re: FWIW - SS Corrosion
« Reply #20 on: November 10, 2005, 08:30:44 AM »
When I set up my outlet stores for selling Ohio water what I'm gonna do is ship the water to my outlet stores via waterline and then they in turn will be able to just turn their water tap on right there and sell it to you for 5.00 a gallon. Since I am shipping this water across state lines the business will be covered by Federal Regulations so you know you are getting a good deal.  ;)

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Re: FWIW - SS Corrosion
« Reply #21 on: November 10, 2005, 08:35:54 AM »
Gee Perry didn't say anything about only Ohio water was good when he sold me that barrel.  Man-O-Man   Now I got to figure a way to get some water out here in Oregon from there!  Is there pipe line from the Ohio to the west ?  If not can there be one built or should I start just buying some garden hoses and stretch them for Perry's place to mine

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Re: FWIW - SS Corrosion
« Reply #22 on: November 10, 2005, 09:07:39 AM »
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When I set up my outlet stores for selling Ohio water what I'm gonna do is ship the water to my outlet stores via waterline and then they in turn will be able to just turn their water tap on right there and sell it to you for 5.00 a gallon. Since I am shipping this water across state lines the business will be covered by Federal Regulations so you know you are getting a good deal.  ;)

No Paul, my outlet stores are goin to lie to you and tell you its Ohio water comin from their tap.

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Re: FWIW - SS Corrosion
« Reply #23 on: November 10, 2005, 09:24:54 AM »
good then I can lie my hose down and not lie it across to ya and lie in await on a lie down the pipe. I figure that barrel should be here today or tomorrow   Paul H.
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