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Old School's Comment
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I don't really think you know near as much as you'd like to think. I did discover one "insightful" comment you made in another conversation though.

I might not make it in the Trucking industry

So yeah, you do know some things.

Brad P.'s Comment
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well it wont be because of my driving skills. It would be because i dont take unwarranted crap...... thats ok with me, its better living witbout it...

I don't really think you know near as much as you'd like to think. I did discover one "insightful" comment you made in another conversation though.

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I might not make it in the Trucking industry

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So yeah, you do know some things.

Old School's Comment
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Brad, you are the typical guy who fails at trucking. You misunderstood the career completely. You think you are a superior driver, and a superior person.

it wont be because of my driving skills. It would be because i dont take unwarranted crap

There's plenty of fools who can drive a big truck, and do it well. But they can't make it in the industry because they are knuckleheads. They like to deceive themselves by sounding superior by saying things like...

i dont take unwarranted crap

The straightforward truth is that they don't know how to conduct themselves in a meaningful way that produces success. They are failures. Only they wear it as a badge of honor. It's really weird.

PackRat's Comment
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However i have some vetran experience on internet forums. So i know things.....lol

Make sure to add this on your next application, Brad.

Spaceman Spiff's Comment
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Dammit, why do you weirdoes always come from a city that I like.

Brad P.'s Comment
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OLD SCHOOL

your the one acting superior, i dont think you are, im just responding to your personal attacks. I know how to get along, im a pretty good judge of character myself, so for you to say i wasnt serious, shows me your lacking.

So your condemning me its called Pot/kettle/black......for the spiritual its called pharisee or hypocrite......you dont know me, to venture out and Judge me already, is making yourself superior too me....

Old School's Comment
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There's nothing hypocritical in what I've said. We do know you very well. At least we know what you've shown us of yourself - that's been more than enough to make a careful assessment.

Brad P.'s Comment
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Old school

I might make mention, if the door opens, that i have about 40 years experience managing dozens of customers a week. Not only for myself. The emoylees too, and employee scheduling. Now you dont know me, you wont hear me bragging too much. I think in the right situation i might drop that info to and interviewer, those could be pertinent skills.

HOS:

Hours Of Service

HOS refers to the logbook hours of service regulations.
Old School's Comment
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None of it is pertinent. That's what I mean about you completely misunderstanding this career. I too have 30 years of business ownership/management. It may help you manage yourself, but you're not showing those skills in these discussions.

But, good for you. Being self employed should help you make a go of it.

HOS:

Hours Of Service

HOS refers to the logbook hours of service regulations.

OWI:

Operating While Intoxicated

Spaceman Spiff's Comment
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Old school

I think in the right situation i might drop that info to and interviewer, those could be pertinent skills.

Could you back those customers into a 90 degree alley dock?

HOS:

Hours Of Service

HOS refers to the logbook hours of service regulations.
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