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Old 06-20-2017, 09:54 PM   #61
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Unlike cussing nature can't be contained.
Very true but some people revel in it.
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Most blue collars are viewed as uncultured , no need to prove it on the job

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Has there ever been a study done on stomach ulcers and if the people who have them are more or less likely to freely and loudly express themselves?

Same thing with high blood pressure?
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Has there ever been a study done on stomach ulcers and if the people who have them are more or less likely to freely and loudly express themselves?

Same thing with high blood pressure?
I read a study once that had conclusive evidence saying that there was a 100% death rate for people who drink water.
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Has there ever been a study done on stomach ulcers and if the people who have them are more or less likely to freely and loudly express themselves?

Same thing with high blood pressure?
I've never come across one but I suspect there'd be no link to ulcers since they are bacterial in nature. BP on the other hand is an interesting thought. I hope someone has done soon research on it.

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**** no swearing and vulgarity. Who the hell would want to work on a jobsite that sounds the same as being in church? Telling people to go **** themselves and laugh about it is the best part of construction. Sure, tone it down when customers and the public are around, but the funniest **** i've ever heard has been on job sites.

Once you naysayers get off your high horses and realize that we are just another blue collar trade, maybe you'll squeeze in the time and effort to get a sense of humor.
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**** no swearing and vulgarity. Who the hell would want to work on a jobsite that sounds the same as being in church? Telling people to go **** themselves and laugh about it is the best part of construction. Sure, tone it down when customers and the public are around, but the funniest **** i've ever heard has been on job sites.

Once you naysayers get off your high horses and realize that we are just another blue collar trade, maybe you'll squeeze in the time and effort to get a sense of humor.
Well said.
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