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Hell yeah i would sell it to, 11 billion!, Hell aint gotta do nothing ever again, an di would think that would fall into that catagory of being wealthy and not just rich
 

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yamadjs08 said:
I thought that they were just merging together, and that the companies together would be worth 11 billion, either way thats a ton of money :tup:
thats what the news said around here.
 

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Back last year when the CEO was replaced with the new CEO (the former CEO that caused the CVS store boom), and they filed bankruptcy to regroup, I told everyone in my office to buy KMART stock after they came back online. Everyone said "no, cause WALMART will run them out of business." ..my response "Not with the new CEO, they cater to different people" ..

Looks like my quite large investment into KMART will be paying off soon :hey:
 

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so whats the sears tower gonna be called now Kmart Tower?
 

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good thing i have snap-on tools :dude:

there is nothing quite as white trash as buying tools at k-mart.
 

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Dunno why people buy such expensive tools. Craftsman tools are good and they replace em for free. Oh well, preference I guess. Kinda sucks though cause I don't have any K-Marts near me.
 

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NitrousGuy said:
good thing i have snap-on tools :dude:

there is nothing quite as white trash as buying tools at k-mart.
:nod: :nod: :nod: :nod: :nod: :nod:
 

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Blastermaster58 said:
Dunno why people buy such expensive tools. Craftsman tools are good and they replace em for free. Oh well, preference I guess. Kinda sucks though cause I don't have any K-Marts near me.
if ya have to ask, you wont understand.
craftsman works really well for the home DIY'er.
But when you use them every day and dont like rounding off fastner heads or busting your knuckles, snap-on is the only way to go. :tup:

and if the local gas station warrentied those cheap china tools that you see at flea markets, would the warrenty be worth buying the tools?

quote from tommy boy...." i could take a dump in a box and slap a warrenty sticker on it. i got time..............but you and me both know all i sold you was a warrentied piece of shit."
 

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NG said it right. at home i like my craftsman... but at the body shop, its either snap on or SK. Snap on body hammers are niiiiice :tup:
 

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WhiteBrosRaptor said:
NG said it right. at home i like my craftsman... but at the body shop, its either snap on or SK. Snap on body hammers are niiiiice :tup:
dont forget MAC tools...gotta love the 0 degree ratchets :tup: and some of the MAC warrenties are better, like the screw drivers and stuff like that they replace the whole thing not just the metal part that broke
 

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I run a large truck repair service center and just opened a Motor sports shop. we have tried every tool brand in the world. And I mean every. and have settled on Sunnex and some Snap-on/ Bluepoint. actually the Sunnex has held up allot better than Snap-on and is about half the price with the same guarantee. All our Mechanics are Happy as heck and spending half as much.
 
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