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Old 10-18-2007, 11:51 AM   #31
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Originally Posted by Larry Wolfe
Originally Posted by Texana
Originally Posted by Woodman
I agree with Texana (Big Surprise!) I am in manufacturing and I do not offer advise to competitors. If you were in NE Ohio, and looking for advise on how to start a BBQ catering business, I would not give it. Nothing personal Mike, that is just how I see it. Anyone who wants to help you out, well, that is his business. I think you are smart enough to figure it out on your own. I respect Texana and his opinion and, I'm watching his back is all. WM
Thanks Woodman. It appears to me that if a person is not a "regular contributing member" then their opinion is not really wanted. Or could it mean that if your not a "regular contributing member" you cant have an opinion?

Since I am not real sure maybe someone would be willing to explain it to me?

Could it be a post count thing. If you do not have a gazillion posts then you can not have an opinion? Or maybe only if you agree with everything everyone says, then you can have an opinion as long as it agrees with everyone elses?

I must admit it gives me the warm fuzzies knowing I cant have an opinion unless it is the party line of those that think they have all the answers.

One thing I can say ... this post will probably bring out somebody's opinion!
Craig, I hope this wasn't because of my post? If so, I either termed my response incorrectly or you misunderstood my post, or a combination of both. Whatever the case may be, there's obviously a misunderstanding and I apologize for that. Like the old saying goes, "opinions are like assholes, everyones got one". Whether someone is posting for the first time or for the ten thousandth time, they still have an opinion. Doesn't mean everyone has to or is going to agree with it. Some people have different philosophies than others as well. Anyways, sorry for the misunderstanding.

No apology needed nor required. It had nothing to do with your post.

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Old 10-18-2007, 02:46 PM   #32
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I have been a bit out of the loop lately but here is a link to a container co., which I know can be hard to find on the net.

They have a $75 minimum order (or a $15 fee for falling short). I think the prices are fair. They are very close to where I live so shipping does not kill me.

Hope this helps.

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Old 10-18-2007, 02:50 PM   #33
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We Have a Winner Folks!!!

This is just what I am looking for.

Gonna do all the legal stuff to do my own batches here at home for a while so I can keep Quality Conrtrol in my hands. Also I can make batches... FRESH!

Thanks for all the input on both sides of the street.

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Old 10-18-2007, 04:42 PM   #34
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Originally Posted by Flytyer
Dude, what the...Little Red Riding Hood????
think about the "moral of the story"

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