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Squirrel mouts. Why cost more than $ 65 ?

Discussion in 'Lifesize Mammals' started by GeeWhiz, Oct 14, 2008.

  1. Fallofthewild

    Fallofthewild bird brains

    not to be rude, but it takes me longer than that to wash/dry them
     
  2. snagger

    snagger New Member

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    Fat chicks and mopeds rock
     

  3. I just read this thread from the beginning, that started back in 2008, and the time it took me to read all this whiz could have had his squirrel mounted. The dude is talented........
     
  4. Bill Dishman

    Bill Dishman Well-Known Member

    He can charge less because they're MOUTS not Mounts. By cutting out that "N" he's able to do them for less and pass the savings on to the customer. but seriously....
    Just think, if you charged a decent price you could do a lot more transmission replenshing, feed the family something other than squirrel carcasses, git some new retreads for the ole moped, pay your lot rent for a year in advance and maybe even take that night course in english. A refresher in fundamental economics wouldnt hurt either.
     
  5. livbucks

    livbucks Well-Known Member

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    He probably graduated Junior High already by now.
     
  6. lizzpalmer

    lizzpalmer New Member

    I have got to say you are all funny!
     
  7. livbucks

    livbucks Well-Known Member

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    What's happening Joe?? Been awhile!
    I had success with that Dakota you found for me. Only cut one hole on my first try, Hehe.. he.