HOwdy, Mark, I've been reading a lot of your posts lately--been going back through the archives and reading all sorts of stuff. I know you worked in the mines and don't mind getting "flamed" by some of the guys of this list. No, I ain't gonna do that. I think what you are doing is great. However, I got questions for you:
Are you the "hardest luck guy" that ever owned a Zuki or what? It seems to me that you have that dangest bad luck of just about anybody I ever knew or even heard about around a campfire-at least when it comes to Zukis.
Weirdo stuff is ALWAYS going wrong for you and your kin as far as their Zukis go.
Is this just my imagination or is it just that you only show up on this list when something truly supernaturally wrong happens with one of the Zukis you are buying and/or trying to resell.
What I would REALLY like to hear is feedback from your buyers. Are they pleased? Do they say nice things about you? Do they refer future Zuki buyers to you?
And the other thing I would like to hear:
How come you come across so danged many "dead" Zukis?
Were the people of Kentucky so taken with those goofy ads they ran when Zukis were new that they dropped their socks (or jocks) and grabbed their wallets and ran right down to the dealer and BOUGHT ONE?
SOrry to be so danged nosy but these kinda things occupy my mind. Sometimes I even lie awake in the middle of the wee hours wondering about them.
I mean is Kentucky wallpapered with Zukis or what?
Should I come there and roam around for myself and git sum, too?
IS there such a thing as a "Ken-tuck-Zuke?"
(Summer zuchinni squash do NOT qualify!)
Verde Valley, Arizona