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Annual Out to Lunch Contractor Awards (In Pictures ;-)

Ladies & Gentlemen…

…Good evening and welcome to the Annual Contractor Awards….

…This year’s proud nominees are…

Innovative Driveway Design

Stairs to...?

Alignment Challenge!

Welcome to the Funhouse!

Ceiling, meet stairs. Stairs, meet ceiling.

Why not to hire a drunk balcony installer.

I wonder which was built first?

Hmmmmmm...

Where giants go for a cash advance.

And the MC Escher Award goes to...

And the Winner Is!…

Ah, closeness.

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JP Moses is a roughly-hewn man-child who first got into REI after reading Rich Dad, Poor Dad back in Y2K and went full time in 2002. He's tinkered in everything from landlording to short sales to rehabs to Realtoring to REOs to notes to owner financing, blah, blah, blah...Till he finally stuck his flag deep into wholesaling and has since flipped somewhere north of a couple hundred deals.

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  • Wow those are some messed up jobs for sure! Comical though.

    Brandon´s last blog post..Virtual Wholesaling

  • Wow those are some messed up jobs for sure! Comical though.

    Brandon´s last blog post..Virtual Wholesaling

  • Am I dense? I don’t see what’s wrong with the first one other than that the driveway is super-steep. Would it be impossible to drive up?

    Alan Brymer´s last blog post..Tax Sales: The Overlooked Little Sister of Mortgage Foreclosures

    Try to imagine a car going up. First the front wheels…then the car at a 45 degree angle with an ocean of space underneath, the car struggling just to get the back wheels to make contact with the incline…while the front bumper scrapes against the concrete…

    …get it? 🙂

  • Am I dense? I don’t see what’s wrong with the first one other than that the driveway is super-steep. Would it be impossible to drive up?

    Alan Brymer´s last blog post..Tax Sales: The Overlooked Little Sister of Mortgage Foreclosures

    Try to imagine a car going up. First the front wheels…then the car at a 45 degree angle with an ocean of space underneath, the car struggling just to get the back wheels to make contact with the incline…while the front bumper scrapes against the concrete…

    …get it? 🙂

  • These are just too funny.

    I wonder how many of these happened because someone tried to tell their boss, owner or developer it won’t work and they wouldn’t listen. So they just said OK I’ll show him.

    Ned Carey´s last blog post..Help! My Home is going to tax sale.

  • These are just too funny.

    I wonder how many of these happened because someone tried to tell their boss, owner or developer it won’t work and they wouldn’t listen. So they just said OK I’ll show him.

    Ned Carey´s last blog post..Help! My Home is going to tax sale.

  • These are hilarious; I’d love to hear the backstory about how each of these situations occurred.

    I don’t see too much of a problem with #6 because the absence of a porch could have really disrupted the symmetry of the building.

  • These are hilarious; I’d love to hear the backstory about how each of these situations occurred.

    I don’t see too much of a problem with #6 because the absence of a porch could have really disrupted the symmetry of the building.

  • They are so funny, what a waste of time and materials.

  • David_hunter11

    These have been around for at least 5 years, how about soem new stuff rather that recycling what you can get from chain e-mails.

  • Sheek_n_uneek

    also have you ever tried getting in or out of a car on angle – try holding that door open and watch out for the digits when it slams!

  • Curt

    Back story?? How about just “total f— up”? 🙂 Honestly!

  • Lonnie M Pickard

    I haven’t laughed this hard in a long time. What were they thinking?

  • I know, that’s some crazy, messed up stuff, Zach!

  • Sometimes I wonder if I’ve hired one of these contractors myself 🙂