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Old 03-12-2017, 05:47 PM   #9
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George makes some great observations as well as Dave above.
Motivation is a factor and also other interests take precedent as time allotment changes with age as to where your focus is. Plug building is extremely time consuming, at first you tend to be obsessed with it and marvel at your accomplishments as they catch fish or learn from mistakes.

I think those who sell 100 plugs a year and claiming it is not a commercial business are trying to justify not following all the rules and responsibilities that commercial builders are supposed to.
Kind of like having a yard sale and not paying sales tax.
That doesn't bother me at all, they are just lying to themselves.
I have no problem with guys selling a few plugs

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