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

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G-Town's Comment
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Let’s give this a rest.

If Victor hasn’t gotten the message by now... any further attempts to rebuke him is futile.

It’s up to him now.

Mikey B.'s Comment
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Let’s give this a rest.

If Victor hasn’t gotten the message by now... any further attempts to rebuke him is futile.

It’s up to him now.

I agree 100%, I'm done replying to him. Don't feed the trolls.

PackRat's Comment
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With that beard?

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

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Gotta have the hat AND the beard!

G-Town's Comment
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Oh hell yeah! Definitely NASA material, Commander PackRat.

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With that beard?

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

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Gotta have the hat AND the beard!

Victor C. II's Comment
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Parking spots because of not enough backing in training. I am not going to say that I am totally exonerated from responsibility for my screw ups because guess who was behind that wheel and backing the class 8 truck? Answer was and is me! So I know I have some. Im done living in the past now, can we just be happy that I actually got into an incredible company that is very spot on with their training and Lord willing I will be very successful? I simply stated the truth of my situation just saying.

Clarify for me, what exactly were the five incidents that got you canned?

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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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G-Town's Comment
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Geez Victor... you don’t know when to give up. I call BS on backing training. Total BS! You were taught to GOAL... I know you were. You didn’t GOAL; on you.

Stop trying to defend yourself. Move on.

Mikey B.'s Comment
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No Victor, I stated the truth of your situation.

Robert B. (The Dragon) ye's Comment
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How many times can you beat a dead horse? Who knows, he’s still counting.

PackRat's Comment
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Let’s give this a rest.

If Victor hasn’t gotten the message by now... any further attempts to rebuke him is futile.

It’s up to him now.

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I agree 100%, I'm done replying to him. Don't feed the trolls.

IDMtnGal 's Comment
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Gotta have the hat AND the beard!

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Love the hat, don't know about the beard 😉

Laura

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