Vehicle Lighting Is Very Complex Especially In Big Trucks.

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Brett Aquila's Comment
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It’s his frequent off-the-wall responses and silly multiple identities “charade” that I find annoying. It’s tough to maintain objectivity with someone like this.

Yeah, I totally agree. I've been pruning out a lot of it and just letting some of it go through. I'm thinking he'd be a fantastic help for working on our Truck Driver's Career Guide. I might have him go through it and come up with a list of questions and topics we haven't covered.

Grumpy Old Man's Comment
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I cannot speak for everyone, but for me answering his questions is not the annoying part of interacting with him, and I agree, many of them are good.

It’s his frequent off-the-wall responses and silly multiple identities “charade” that I find annoying. It’s tough to maintain objectivity with someone like this.

Yes, this, and as Rainy said, some are just silly and argumentative.

If he just posted as himself, stopped the charades, and asked genuine questions, he would be better off. But I'll attempt to stop trolling him.

Truckin Along With Kearse's Comment
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Brett, that sounds like a great idea, but this is the guy that said as Ravenwoods 65 that trucking is an industry where drivers suffer inhuman conditions and all freight should be moved via railroad so all trucking jobs would be the last 50 miles as local jobs.

I think you blocked that account cause you made a remark to the effect of "yeah its about time this guy goes, or atleast be manually approved"

"I demand a HUMAN lifestyle but i guess trucking is not yet tooled for that"


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.

Mr. Curmudgeon's Comment
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It's always more challenging when we're dealing with multiple personalities. shocked.png

Sounds like my dating history. Before I met My Beloved, Mrs. Curmudgeon ...

Its good to be a rescue dog...

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