Hello, I Need Help Finding Cdl Training. [request From A Very Obnoxious Dude]

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Robert D. (Raptor)'s Comment
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I wasn't going to say anything just shaking my head wondering how crazy America has gotten. Alvin All you had to do as Turtle said was to say you screwed up and would like another chance. No one is perfect, but you take the cake dude. Most of the truckers on hear have been around for a while. Their wisdom is awesome and nobody paid me to say that.

Brett, you having started this site has been very assuring to me and all of us on here. But it takes all kinds. TT is what it professes to be: "Trucking Truth".

Brett Aquila's Comment
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TT is what it professes to be: "Trucking Truth".

Yes, it sure is.

I think this conversation is critically important for all of the people who get caught up in reading company reviews from Youtube, Glassdoor, Facebook, and the others. This guy is the perfect example of what a fraud so many of these people are. They cry the blues and they claim to be innocent people who are just trying their best to make an honest living but have been abused or treated unfairly. Unfortunately we never get to hear "the rest of the story" as Paul Harvey used to say.

This time we were able to hear the rest of the story and see how this kind and innocent man who's just trying to do his best to make an honest living really turned out to be a self-righteous, obnoxious, lying thief with anger and ego issues who won't shoulder the responsibility for his own actions, won't admit any wrongdoing, attacks the very people who try to help him, and has no chance on Earth of getting anywhere in this business, or probably any other.

And you guys didn't see the 5 or 6 comments he made that I wouldn't post! They were a lot worse than the ones I allowed.

But if you ask him he'll tell you he's a great guy who's done nothing wrong and is stuck in a world full of idiots.

In the end you need to know the whole story, and these one-sided "reviews" you hear of trucking companies and training programs are almost always nothing more than fabricated stories put together by people who don't have the character, the nerve, the work ethic, or the wit to make it in this industry but won't shoulder the responsibility for their own failures. They play the sympathy card in an attempt to make themselves look like victims of mistreatment, when in fact it's almost certainly quite the opposite.

Dm:

Dispatcher, Fleet Manager, Driver Manager

The primary person a driver communicates with at his/her company. A dispatcher can play many roles, depending on the company's structure. Dispatchers may assign freight, file requests for home time, relay messages between the driver and management, inform customer service of any delays, change appointment times, and report information to the load planners.
Peter M.'s Comment
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"You aren't arresting Me because I didnt do anything wrong, I wouldn't have came all the way here if I did that abd I also dont know her bank pin. So he tells me put my hands behind my back around 4 times, I tell him honestly not in an aggressive tone that he's not arresting me"

That's where you went wrong. COURT is where you stand your ground with your innocence. And, refusing police commands is just plain stupid. You got what you asked for IMHO.

Spaceman Spiff's Comment
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Brett,

Thanks for approving his comments. Thought I had a fair spectrum of folks entering the industry from poring over these forums the last few months but that added some length to the lower end for me. Always felt like attitudinal people as this are nice to have around to make students that are actually trying hard look better.

Also, I just have to add, being tasered myself (FOR TRAINING PURPOSES) was an indescribable 5 seconds of pain that leaves folks semi conscious at worst or face down giggly at best. People who "just rip out the cords" aren't doing that because they're angry, they're usually high.

Slange

G-Town's Comment
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People who "just rip out the cords" aren't doing that because they're angry, they're usually high.

That thought crossed my mind too. Difficult to determine the actual truth from fiction in his posts.

Honestly folks; unless the OP cleans-up his act, gets his head on straight, etc., the thought of him operating a truck any larger than a “Tonka”, is absolutely terrifying.

Joe M.'s Comment
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First of all you don't have to be aggressive to resist arrest by you saying he wasn't going to arrest you and refusing to comply you resisted arrest. Second of all you have no sense of personal responsibility trucking isn't the career for you.

Will H.'s Comment
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Funniest/saddest part is that he was too good for certain companies.

Brett Aquila's Comment
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Funniest/saddest part is that he was too good for certain companies.

It's odd how the least desirable people seem to have the highest expectations of how they're treated by others.

Ralph D.'s Comment
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. Honestly just delete my account this site has trash users.

It sure does, and they tend to show themselves in just this fashion.

Brett, did you make the addition to the post title?rofl-2.gif

Robert D. (Raptor)'s Comment
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G-Town- Even Tonka wouldn't hire him! With this attitude, he'd be lucky if "match box" cars would.

What did he do for "9 HOURS"????????????? I'm still trying to wrap my head around that one. You never go into a police station and tell them what they are not going to do.

Are you an adult or a child? Take responsibility for your own stuff. The blame game is for them.

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