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Bill F.'s Comment
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Exactly what are you expecting them to do for you?

G-Town's Comment
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I hate to sound sarcastic, but I’ve drunk more coffee than the recruiters have burnt diesel fuel. I think if i leave is he railroad, I’ll just buy another Pete and go back to hauled my cows again.

I think you enjoy sarcasm.

Patrick C.'s Comment
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David, I'm just gonna cut to the chase on this one. Simple fact is you ARE going to be considered a Rookie again. Sorry, just the way it is.

My advice, check your ego and suck it up, Rook!

If you didn't want to end up being a rookie again, you shouldn't of left in the first place.

David K.'s Comment
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Judge me however you like, i speak my mind!! I was trucking when most people on this forum was in high school.. maybe earlier. Fact is, i took the railroad job for benefits, not exactly the pay( which I’d good!) but I’ve evolved into the mindset that money isn’t everything!! I’ve rolled in 85,000-100,000 a year since i hired out, but your constantly under the microscope and threatened to be run off for rule violations. I’ll alway be a cow hauler at heart!! It’s a demanding job that most couldn’t do, or wouldn’t do. No sleep, cold nights by yourself loading in god only knows where, kicked, mashed, and knocked down, but it’s a lot of fun sometimes. Try it!! Then get back with me.

Brett Aquila's Comment
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Judge me however you like, i speak my mind!!

Yeah well we keep it professional and pretty low key here. We're not judging you, we're simply tell you like it is. That's why we're called TruckingTruth - that's what we do.

Try it!! Then get back with me.

I never hauled steers in a big rig but I've raised steers and had to load them into trailers. I loved it. I'm looking to buy some land now to set up a homestead with a bunch of animals.

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