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Discussion in 'Freight Broker Forum' started by Tatman1980, Nov 15, 2019.

  1. Tatman1980

    Tatman1980 Bobtail Member

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    Who gives a #### about how good my grammer is really. Thats all u care about on this post go #### urself.
     
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  3. dunchues

    dunchues Medium Load Member

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    He was being nice about your literacy challenges, not calling you ill educated.
     
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  4. Dave_in_AZ

    Dave_in_AZ Road Train Member

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    Do we have to use a dead cat narrative?

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  5. PPDCT

    PPDCT Road Train Member

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    I mean, probably not. Good lookin' critter, you got there, though. Hopefully better natured than my two furry little ########. At least our dog is chill.
     
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  6. Rideandrepair

    Rideandrepair Road Train Member

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    I think someone else needs to chill. Maybe learn to direct his anger in the right direction. Towards TQL. Not the forum.
     
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  7. SteveScott

    SteveScott Road Train Member

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    Well for your sake I hope you can find a home and a job a few blocks away from your family. I have some shocking news for you. The odds of all of us dying is 100%, so if you're afraid to leave their side until that day happens, you should concentrate your job search for your neighborhood.
     
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  8. REO6205

    REO6205 Trucker Forum STAFF Staff Member

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    Would you like to think about what you just said and maybe rephrase it?
    I wasn't picking on you or your grammar and most people here realized that.
    You don't have to take the advice you've been given here and you don't have to like it either but you need to dial your hostility down a notch and keep your responses civil.
    If you can't do that you need to find yourself another forum. Fair enough?
     
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  9. Dave_in_AZ

    Dave_in_AZ Road Train Member

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    My Dad got really I'll once shortly before he passed just before Thanksgiving 2 years ago. He would have passed if not gone to hospital, bleeding from blood thinners.

    And it was just me and him.

    I had loads booked and it was a 4 day weekend. They got him stable and alert, and the agent was like," Please don't abandon the load, no one is gonna take it."

    So the old man is like,"I'm ok now, go."

    And I did. Didn't want to, but I did it.

    After he had passed on as I was handling his funeral arrangements, I told everyone what everyone already knows, that the callousness of this world is just that.

    Life moves pretty fast. And it doesn't stop.

    It's a next man up world.

    And it's always been that way. Most people aren't really in tune with it until a situation arises that brings it to the forefront.

    If your Dad enjoyed playing cards, I'm certain they have a game going now.
     
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  10. SteveScott

    SteveScott Road Train Member

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    My parents are both in their late 80's and my home time always includes time with them as well as my immediate family. They all know there is a possibility that something may happen while I'm gone, and realize that I will be home just as soon as humanly possible, and they will deal with it until I return. I always tell my family that I love them, and try to be the best I can to them, because one day it will be the last time I see them. Honestly I'm more worried about something happening to me out of town and my family having to deal with it. Whenever I'm out of my truck, I always make sure my wallet is in my pocket so I don't lay around unidentified for days in a morgue in some little town in the middle of nowhere.
     
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  11. PPDCT

    PPDCT Road Train Member

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    I can vouch for Steve. He's good people. He's offering you his perspective as a successful businessman. He's also a pretty savvy guy, for what it's worth.

    Rather than cast aspersions on people you don't know, OP, it might be worth examining what they're saying. Your situation is a hard one, and it sucks. My heart goes out to you. But here's the thing, man. This is a time critical business in a lot of cases. You take a man's coin, you do that man's job. That's the obligation we all have. I think that's the point that a lot of folks are trying to make to you. Sometimes you've got to make a hard decision to fulfill the obligation that you yourself have willingly taken.
     
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