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stephens

Cape Girardeau, MO

#1 Jan 6, 2013
hi my name is terry and iam opening a new auto shop in perryville a 1614 constitution rigt behind wal-mart iam going to be as far and cheap on prices as i can i dont want to get rich just make a living i hope i can make it work and i will beat any price anyone gets on any repair thanks alot
larry

Saint Louis, MO

#2 Jan 6, 2013
Terry what all kind if car repairs do you do?
sure

Deepwater, MO

#3 Jan 6, 2013
Terry - You might want to include the shop's phone number, and the days and hours the business will be open.
stephens

Cape Girardeau, MO

#4 Jan 7, 2013
will be doing any repairs and i still have to get some things done before i can open want to be open by 2/1/2013 that is the plan will put number up soon thanks
delta main

Cape Girardeau, MO

#6 Jan 12, 2013
hours will be mon-fri 8 to 5
stephens

Cape Girardeau, MO

#7 Jan 12, 2013
may be open sat dont know yet
Guest 2

Saint Louis, MO

#8 Jan 13, 2013
Do u think u will be needing a credit card machine?? I have 1 that i no longer need..i want nothing for is. I have all paperwork and can get you in touch with the company that takes care of transactions...
stephens

Moberly, MO

#9 Feb 2, 2013
yes i could use it when i get started up i will get it from you thanks

TripleNegative

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#10 Feb 3, 2013
If you're going to repair automobiles, then you'd better be open on Saturday. If not, the cheaper price won't matter a whole helluva lot.

There's nothing wrong with getting rich if you do it legally and honestly.

Godspeed, and hope the business does well.
Just Sayin

Saint Louis, MO

#11 Feb 3, 2013
TripleNegative wrote:
If you're going to repair automobiles, then you'd better be open on Saturday. If not, the cheaper price won't matter a whole helluva lot.
There's nothing wrong with getting rich if you do it legally and honestly.
Godspeed, and hope the business does well.
Please check your spelling. You are slacking.
Just Sayin

Saint Louis, MO

#12 Feb 3, 2013
Helluva is not a word. It would be hell of a

TripleNegative

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#13 Feb 3, 2013
Just Sayin wrote:
Helluva is not a word. It would be hell of a
No shit?

It's a colloquialism, moron. Now Google that while you're taking a shower—you won't have to worry about paying the electric bill.
XXX

Hillsboro, MO

#14 Feb 3, 2013
Just Sayin wrote:
Helluva is not a word. It would be hell of a


Did the spell checker just get spell checked

TripleNegative

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#15 Feb 3, 2013
XXX wrote:
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Did the spell checker just get spell checked
You're perspiring. Need help with the multiple-syllable words?
stephens

Moberly, MO

#16 Feb 5, 2013
will be open sat 9am - 1 pm

TripleNegative

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#17 Feb 5, 2013
stephens wrote:
will be open sat 9am - 1 pm
Perfect! Hope your business does well!
Phyllis

Mechanicsburg, PA

#18 Feb 7, 2013
Trip-Neg: I think someone is addicted to Topix...or maybe just a self-absorbed dick. Probably the only place you can be a big deal is here...on a country bumpkin forum. There is a vast chasm between loving yourself and being self-absorbed. Loving yourself is about accepting who you are, warts and all, and making the most of your talents, traits and essence; it is also a position from which you feel secure and have healthy self-esteem, enabling you to reach out to others and help them grow and succeed too. On the other hand, being self-absorbed is the antithesis of healthy self-love. It is about only thinking of your own needs and wants, pushing away others' needs and identifying only with those people and situations where you will benefit personally from interacting and connecting. A self-absorbed person concentrates only on what will get them ahead in life, a state that is rarely considerate of other people apart from their usefulness.
Are you self-absorbed? To some extent, most of us can be self-absorbed at particular times in our lives, to lesser or greater extents. In many cases, we learn that it doesn't get us the sense of fulfillment we're seeking and we turn back to caring more about others. However, by staying self-absorbed all of the time, you risk alienating many people, becoming narcissistic and only ever putting yourself first. Is this happening to you?

TripleNegative

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#19 Feb 7, 2013
Phyllis wrote:
Trip-Neg: I think someone is addicted to Topix...or maybe just a self-absorbed dick. Probably the only place you can be a big deal is here...on a country bumpkin forum. There is a vast chasm between loving yourself and being self-absorbed. Loving yourself is about accepting who you are, warts and all, and making the most of your talents, traits and essence; it is also a position from which you feel secure and have healthy self-esteem, enabling you to reach out to others and help them grow and succeed too. On the other hand, being self-absorbed is the antithesis of healthy self-love. It is about only thinking of your own needs and wants, pushing away others' needs and identifying only with those people and situations where you will benefit personally from interacting and connecting. A self-absorbed person concentrates only on what will get them ahead in life, a state that is rarely considerate of other people apart from their usefulness.
Are you self-absorbed? To some extent, most of us can be self-absorbed at particular times in our lives, to lesser or greater extents. In many cases, we learn that it doesn't get us the sense of fulfillment we're seeking and we turn back to caring more about others. However, by staying self-absorbed all of the time, you risk alienating many people, becoming narcissistic and only ever putting yourself first. Is this happening to you?
There's one fatal flaw in your Theory for Illiterate Twits—it requires that you actually have the ability to 'think'.

You do not.

"Physician, heal thyself."

Carry on!
Phyllis

Mechanicsburg, PA

#20 Feb 7, 2013
TripleNegative wrote:
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There's one fatal flaw in your Theory for Illiterate Twits—it requires that you actually have the ability to 'think'.
You do not.
"Physician, heal thyself."
Carry on!
Lame nonsensical and diversionary reply...I detect a chink in one's armor.
XXX

Hillsboro, MO

#21 Feb 7, 2013
Phyllis wrote:
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Lame nonsensical and diversionary reply...I detect a chink in one's armor.
And now your Phyllis .

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