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    Quote Originally Posted by flashover604 View Post
    My word cost me three or four hundred dollars that day. Worth every penny...
    That's it, either you are or you ain't (a man of your word) - your choice to make.

    I'm glad someone brought up the customers that offer to pay more when its obviously underbid, they shouldn't go unmentioned in a thread such as this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MasterBlaster View Post
    That's cool, but I'm not gonna stab myself.

    Maybe... no pizza for a while.
    Hey, Butch! Let's not get too crazy, here. That's pizza you're talking about, after all.

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    I don't know what I was typing... I musta had stupid biscuits for breakfast.

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    Nah, it was just 420 lol
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    I'll add that one who is questioning the other as being "a man of their word" might be right in doing so in their own head.

    The moment they express that thought in writing or verbally, they lose said moral high ground and become the owner of sour grapes - a whiner. No one likes whinging.

    I'm not calling the OP a whiner as this is solely discussion. I'm referring to interactions with negotiating parties.
    Nothing is free. One of the earliest lessons in life is: if you try to take something that you have not earned there is a penalty.

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