Good Bye Western Express, Hello Randys Contracting And Melton Truck Lines

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Mikey B.'s Comment
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 I would probably have stayed at Swift for 2 years if it was not for the incidents that resulted from a lack of communication from the driver development personal when I called. I also did attempt to get extra training but never recieved it.

Wow. Good to see you STILL find someone else at fault for your mistakes. Good luck with the fighter pilot dream.

Victor C. II's Comment
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I fail to see how you can COMPLETELY exonerate a TRAINER from any responsibility or the companies lack of communication back and forth as my responsibility to go wip them into shape. Geepers. wtf-2.gif

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 I would probably have stayed at Swift for 2 years if it was not for the incidents that resulted from a lack of communication from the driver development personal when I called. I also did attempt to get extra training but never recieved it.

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Wow. Good to see you STILL find someone else at fault for your mistakes. Good luck with the fighter pilot dream.

Mikey B.'s Comment
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Clarify for me, what exactly were the five incidents that got you canned?

I fail to see how you can COMPLETELY exonerate a TRAINER from any responsibility or the companies lack of communication back and forth as my responsibility to go wip them into shape. Geepers. wtf-2.gif

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 I would probably have stayed at Swift for 2 years if it was not for the incidents that resulted from a lack of communication from the driver development personal when I called. I also did attempt to get extra training but never recieved it.

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Wow. Good to see you STILL find someone else at fault for your mistakes. Good luck with the fighter pilot dream.

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Bobcat_Bob's Comment
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Victor you have posts from 2.5 to 4 years ago arguing with Banks and deflecting blame for your 5 accidents at Swift. You said back then you where going to change but I'm not seeing it.

PackRat's Comment
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Precisely! Go back 2 years, 3 months ago and read.

Same thing as now, just change the company names. Someone made an observation then that I think still fits: "Toxic".

Good luck Victor.

Bird-One's Comment
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I was going to be a fighter pilot also. Well no President first and than fighter pilot. And than I grew up. Enough with the trolling Victor. I’d suggest you just keep your focus on flatbed trucking. Set some realistic goals perhaps. Take responsibility for your actions. You know grown up stuff.

Andrey's Comment
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And I wanted to be an astronaut... :-)

G-Town's Comment
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With that beard?

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And I wanted to be an astronaut... :-)

Mikey B.'s Comment
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And I wanted to be an astronaut... :-)

What you know about rolling down in the deep?

Mikey B.'s Comment
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I fail to see how you can COMPLETELY exonerate a TRAINER from any responsibility or the companies lack of communication back and forth as my responsibility to go wip them into shape. Geepers. wtf-2.gif

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 I would probably have stayed at Swift for 2 years if it was not for the incidents that resulted from a lack of communication from the driver development personal when I called. I also did attempt to get extra training but never recieved it.

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Wow. Good to see you STILL find someone else at fault for your mistakes. Good luck with the fighter pilot dream.

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Victor, I went back and read some of your years old posts. You claim a slim 201 hours wasn't enough and laid blame on your trainer.

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You claim to take full responsibility then blame him in the same sentence. You say he was a good mentor except backing then blame him for your accidents.

You need to grow TF up. You act like a bratty child that always got a participation trophy whose parents praised him for last place. Just stop already.

We all know you aren't going to school and aren't going to be a fighter pilot. After all, it takes YEARS to train for that and you'd just crash 4 or 5 jets then blame the crappy Air Force, lack of training, your trainers, then get on a pilots website running them down, recommending other prospective pilots avoid the Air Force like the plague.

You have a habit of claiming to accept responsibility then blaming someone else for your failures all in the same breath. Its a deep seated personality flaw within you. You will probably never get over it and it will ALWAYS keep you down.

I wish you good luck in whatever you do...you'll need it, but stop BSing yourself because we don't believe literally anything you say (at least I don't) about anything. Stop running down perfectly good companies because YOU can't hack it.

There are no participation trophies in trucking, we will not praise you for last place. We will call you out on your BS, don't like it? Then change your ways starting with an apology for wasting our time.

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Hours Of Service

HOS refers to the logbook hours of service regulations.
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