Do NOT be Ignorant - PAM Transport

Discussion in 'PAM' started by BigDfromTX, Dec 13, 2010.

  1. BigDfromTX

    BigDfromTX Light Load Member

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    No further comment. Trainee & Trainer 2010.
     
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  3. BigDfromTX

    BigDfromTX Light Load Member

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    No that's not true. P.A.M has no lease purchase option available. I'll grind if
    I have to because I like trucking.

    Kids, there is no such thing as a 5 and 5 sleeper.
     
  4. lonewolf262

    lonewolf262 Light Load Member

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    P.A.M. (Post Accident Monitoring)

    Sounds like you don't like being chewed-up, swallowed and spit out like a rotten peice of meat down at the campfire after Billybob served up the Chuckwagon Special.

    Hang in there Driver. Life is full of Ups and Downs, I just hope you have more ups than downs.
     
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  5. BigDfromTX

    BigDfromTX Light Load Member

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    had a panel bender, one on each truck, and the hood bracket broke on the first. I'm sure the maintenance account can handle that. Ha, be safe boys.
     
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  6. luvtheroad

    luvtheroad Road Train Member

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    Yes, be safe... Since CSA is in effect, I was going to comment on what this guy's future would be since he doesn't think accidents, etc. have any effect on his career and the company he might be working for. But, it probably really is a waste of my time...
     
  7. BigDfromTX

    BigDfromTX Light Load Member

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    I honestly have no idea what you are talking about. I'm talking about keeping your job vs fixing something that ain't broke.
    I get a bent panel or a scrape, I fix it if I want to and it doesn't cost me my job regardless of who's load I pull.
    Would you honestly want to lift your skirt up and turn around every time you bring the truck back to the company yard?
    Yes, accidents will now affect your driving score harsher than ever under the new csa rules, but not scratches or broken parts moron.
     
  8. AfterShock

    AfterShock Road Train Member

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    That sounds a lot like a Pit Bull Terrier.
    Could even lock it's jaws on the winner of the fight
    and the winner of the fight would have to drag the loser's carcass around for a painful while.
    Call it a trophy?

    I reckon if the winner was hungry enough the loser could provide a quick meal. But if a pack of hungry canines wants the loser and challenges the winner to another go-round with the pack-0-dawgs.
    This could pose a problem.
    Sometimes when we win,
    we really didn't.
    Did we?
     
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  9. BigDfromTX

    BigDfromTX Light Load Member

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    i understand. I felt lots of division within PAM, and less unity.
     
  10. AfterShock

    AfterShock Road Train Member

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    That's unfortunate. I'm sorry to hear that. At least you're not too proud to admit your inability. That's a start.
    Wait a minute.
    Haven't you professed an inability to understand BigD as well?
    Hmmmmmmmmm
    This could be more serious than originally thought.
    We can understand you, but you can't understand either of us?
    Now I don't understand, -----
    whudare you doin' here? :smt102
    I doubt BigD came here in search of a cure-all. If I read his first post correctly, his message was to use caution and don't take some things for granted, --- complete with examples and insights.
    Agree or disagree, they're opinions to which BigD is entitled to have. That's not hard to understand.
    You just might be on to something thar.
    I was thinkin' comedy. Like a writer, or even a front man , stand-up style, ---- and I mean that sincerely. He has a rather unique way of relating occurrences. Be his assessments considered right or wrong, ........... doesn't matter. As long as the customers laugh hard enough that it shakes money outta their pockets, ............ it's all good.

    A working knowledge of videography would provide additional possibilities, no doubt. Even digital still photography would be beneficial should he decide to write a book of humorous Big truck truckin' idiosyncrasies, complete with explanatory illustrations to go along with the story, --- thereby providing a double whammy for those who can comprehend the text, and a clue for those who can't.
    What's not to like?

    Perhaps BigD is fortunate to have, rather quickly, discovered what the Big truck truckin' industry looks like from the inside lookin' out. Now he can discover where his other talents can take him.
    Ya reckon.
     
  11. BigDfromTX

    BigDfromTX Light Load Member

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    A panacea to newbie trucking would be highly recommended, but I've already lost all patents to such suggestions . Looks like BigCat is already 2 steps ahead (June 2010 BestDriverJobs/The Best Fleet Magazine)
    -BIG CAT Brings a NEW Face to Swift Pride- http://www.youtube.com/bigcattrucker

    However, BigD will be a force to reckon with.
    Perhaps, but under circumstances. Once a bachelor, always a bachelor, & in this doggy dog world you only need to keep food on your plate! You can be assured that there will be gnawing of teeth in regards to PAM's evaluation if my DAC shows an unsatisfactory safety record after rebuttal and attached documents.
     
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