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Craig Niedenthal

Chuck: Like it!. Actually the part of the negotiations is something i experience almost daily. It is gamesmanship plain and simple. No one wants to give away too much. Fighting over a $2,000 difference, what a waste of time and effort. Cut to the chase and move on.

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