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The best Xactimate training manual I have ever seen
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Ray Hall
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03/30/2008 2:33 PM

.04 or .05 per cubic foot to use any deoderant is what lawyers charge for their BS before a jury and this is what the water suckers expect on an xmate estimate. ? who agreed to this BS, but the bigger questions is its a myth and no one agreed.

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meyerman
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08/20/2009 6:57 AM

Where is the 2009 stuff?

 

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okclarryd
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08/20/2009 7:33 AM
Now wait a minute..............You guys are expecting 2009 stuff in 2009???

Man, y'all are pushy.
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08/20/2009 10:01 AM
My hats off to you guys that learned Xactimate from a book. Thats not an easy task. Ive been instructing for approx. 8yrs and been with the program since DOS days and theres no way in this world that I could have learned it from a book.

I havent looked at that training material you guys are talking about but if its as good as yall say, Im gonna get it just for reference if I ever start to teach again.

Thanks for the info.
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07/09/2012 3:36 PM
Posted By Lindy on 04 Sep 2010 12:42 PM 
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pondman
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01/04/2013 6:56 PM
Wow .....just reading old posts...... Reminds me of the days I watched old episodes of Andy Griffith on the radio.
Give them what they want, when they want it, and how they want it !
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olderthendirt
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01/05/2013 9:42 AM
Hey I represent that remark!
Life is like a sewer, what you get out of it depends on what you put in it
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pondman
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01/05/2013 4:00 PM
You aren't the only one Dirt.......

Didn't I see you our high school prom? You hung out with Moses & Abraham that year, didn't you ?
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olderthendirt
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01/06/2013 10:57 AM
No they were a few years behind me. At a point you have to decide what technology you have the will to learn and must have to stay employed. The good side is you never have to stop learning. Sun is coming out this afternoon and the pier is calling, maybe today I will catch something edible.
Life is like a sewer, what you get out of it depends on what you put in it
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