copper pipe leaks

Greetings,
I purchased some 40 ft of Type-K copper for replacing water mains on several of my houses. I have replaced the first main and THE PIPE LEAKS. I am not saying that the fittings leak. The pipe itself has a couple pin-holes along the seam. Whipe the pipe clean, come back in 3 minutes, and there will be a couple beads of water standing along the seam. This is NOT condensation. Has this ever happened to anyone else here before? Is this somehow considered "normal"? Do I need to worry about the small leaks or should I just go on with my life and hope they self-seal?
Please advise.
Thank you for your time and energy, William
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On 10 Jul 2005 01:23:43 -0700, " snipped-for-privacy@wdeans.com"

Dude
You bought some junk. Take it back to the place you bought it, tell the manager to bend over, and shove all 40 feet up his asshole. I guarantee that after the first 3 to 5 feet, he will give you a refund. If not, keep shoving it up till it pops out the top of his head. Then buy some good pipe from a reputable store. Problemo solved, sit back and smoke some reefer or snort some crack while drinkin a few twelvers.
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