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Josh's Comment
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Lol this is getting fun, I see I have gotten under the skin of all you super truckers lol. So many of you need to wash the sand out of your ******s..

Right off the bat Brett, mr 15 year super trucker said it was my attitude..

Any of you stupid asses wanna see the whole conversations with recruiters drop and email and in will forward you the whole conversation and you can THEN tell me where my attitude was ****ty. I got ****tt with regards that didn't listen to my side of anything and just started to assume things..

I find it funny you all think you know me and if I will succeed at this like of work.. its driving a truck, hadjis that don't barely speak English do it.. you all aren't special lol.. super truckers that think they know everything like you all are usually the ones that end up in the ditch waiting on the rotator to come pull them out. Just because I don't drive over the road like you super truckers doesn't mean I'm new to being around the industry lol. Bunch of ****ing morons here.. no wonder they all talk **** on you on other pages lol.. peace out *****es.

Over The Road:

Over The Road

OTR driving normally means you'll be hauling freight to various customers throughout your company's hauling region. It often entails being gone from home for two to three weeks at a time.

Brian's Comment
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Pipe down Chester. And no one needs to have their time wasted over your 4 ribbon dd214. Have some respect and Try again tomorrow.

Rob T.'s Comment
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I find it funny you all think you know me and if I will succeed at this like of work.. its driving a truck, hadjis that don't barely speak English do it.. you all aren't special lol

What we find funny is these people that you feel are below you are out here doing the job that you cant even get an answer from recruiters. I thank you for your military service but you are a disgrace to our armed forces. I can assure you that you havent gotten under anybodys skin here. Although its clear to see the TRUTH has gotten under yours. You're the perfect example of those who've come here before thinking they know it all because of "being around the industry". Most come back not too long after and tell us they've left the industry because its not what they expected. Who cares what others think of us, this forum focuses on helping newcomers enter the industry, not focusing on what others think. Clearly bretts done a great job with this website to have such a following and many of us have successfully gotten our careers underway following his (and other members) advice. Dont like it, leave. I can assure you that you're wasting your time more than ours. These topics are often times read months, and years after originally posted and help others.

HOS:

Hours Of Service

HOS refers to the logbook hours of service regulations.

OWI:

Operating While Intoxicated

Rainy D.'s Comment
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Threads like this always confuse me. What exactly does the recruiter need to keep getting back to.someone over?

I did my research, chose Prime and applied over a weekend. On Monday my recruiter called and ran my background after confirming all i read on their site. On Wednesday he approved me and emailed me a bus ticket for Saturday. Monday, a week after applying, I was in orientation 1000 miles away.

What the hell do you need to keep talking, emailing and courting recruiters for? Its not like we are dating, or that guy owes me a steak dinner.

I seriously dont understand the whole "they stopped contacting me". Why is it the recruiters job to convince you to go there instead of you proving your worth? My guess is that the arent interested in someone so far from attending. Most recruiters want applications from people less than 30 days out from the start of orientation, otherwise the background information gets old.

i just dont understand what people expext from recruiters. all.i wanted was get me to orientation, Ill prove the rest.

HOS:

Hours Of Service

HOS refers to the logbook hours of service regulations.
andhe78's Comment
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Threads like this always confuse me. What exactly does the recruiter need to keep getting back to.someone over?

I did my research, chose Prime and applied over a weekend. On Monday my recruiter called and ran my background after confirming all i read on their site. On Wednesday he approved me and emailed me a bus ticket for Saturday. Monday, a week after applying, I was in orientation 1000 miles away.

What the hell do you need to keep talking, emailing and courting recruiters for? Its not like we are dating, or that guy owes me a steak dinner.

I seriously dont understand the whole "they stopped contacting me". Why is it the recruiters job to convince you to go there instead of you proving your worth? My guess is that the arent interested in someone so far from attending. Most recruiters want applications from people less than 30 days out from the start of orientation, otherwise the background information gets old.

i just dont understand what people expext from recruiters. all.i wanted was get me to orientation, Ill prove the rest.

Lol, right? Exactly how the “recruiting” process went for me too. 😁

HOS:

Hours Of Service

HOS refers to the logbook hours of service regulations.
Grumpy Old Man's Comment
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Yeah because you know so much about me because of my actions on a forum lol.. your a putz.

I know all I need to know about you from your posts here. The best part of you dropped down your mamas leg. She should have gotten rid of the rest. Unfortunately for the rest of the world, she didn’t, so we are stuck with you.

You give vets everywhere a bad name, if you ever even served. With your attitude I doubt it, as you would have been discharged or in the brig.

**** off, my interaction with you is done. I too hope you never make it behind the wheel of a rig, you will be a danger to anyone in the road.

JuiceBox's Comment
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I noticed there were a lot of replies on this post and I thought about posting advice for the OP regarding the apprenticeship program since I am on my last month currently. I am glad I read through the replies before commenting. I was 11B and all that stuff that means nothing out here in the real world. Hopefully one day the OP will realize this too but until then he will just continue to be an embarrassment to all of us vets. SSG and not one ounce of professionalism in his bones, smh.

Grumpy Old Man's Comment
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I noticed there were a lot of replies on this post and I thought about posting advice for the OP regarding the apprenticeship program since I am on my last month currently. I am glad I read through the replies before commenting. I was 11B and all that stuff that means nothing out here in the real world. Hopefully one day the OP will realize this too but until then he will just continue to be an embarrassment to all of us vets. SSG and not one ounce of professionalism in his bones, smh.

I don’t believe him. If he is telling the truth, you are right, he is an embarrassment to his service.

LDRSHIP's Comment
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Josh, I will break it down Barney style for you. Un**** yourself, you are more ****ed up than a football bat. You seriously need to unscrew your head from your 4th point of contact. You have an overinflated ego. You really need to evaluate yourself. Because, right now you are a soup sandwhich. You're not even Campbell's brand.

Josh's Comment
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Josh, I will break it down Barney style for you. Un**** yourself, you are more ****ed up than a football bat. You seriously need to unscrew your head from your 4th point of contact. You have an overinflated ego. You really need to evaluate yourself. Because, right now you are a soup sandwhich. You're not even Campbell's brand.

I'll break it down barney style to you.. GO **** Yourself

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