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    Mick! replied to a thread How'd it go today? in Odds and Ends
    My Ford dealers are gold.
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    9 Hours Ago
    Wire core flip would be handy certainly.
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    9 Hours Ago
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sYkHe8vMZac Happened upon this, maybe posted before, but worth revisiting. Palm tree catches fire.
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    Mick! replied to a thread How'd it go today? in Odds and Ends
    Meebees, but I had enough of debating with a pair of legs under a car with the boss of a backstreet garage. I’m happy to talk to a service manager over a desk at a main dealer, prices are fixed, and it worked out cheaper in the long run.
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    Mick! replied to a thread How'd it go today? in Odds and Ends
    Friday was a washout, turned up, loader, chipper, two trucks. Started the tree then found a bees nest nearby, couldn’t risk it with my new found serious allergy thing. Packed it all up and went home.
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    Mick! replied to a thread The Onion House in Odds and Ends
    Very interesting, good luck to them.
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    Mick! replied to a thread August Hunicke Videos in MBTV
    August, you are a salesman’s wet dream! Shuddup and take my money!:)
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    3 Days Ago
    Sounds like a tough gig Rich, trees on slopes with expensive stuff at the bottom make for expensive mistakes.
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    Me in the job, lacking the social skills to adjust a changing work environment. The women were just as good as the men. I remember one particular incident, a salesgirl had stolen a sale from someone else, taken the call, and instead of passing it over to the sales person who had done the work and quote just took the order and marked it up as hers. So I collated the paperwork, the original salesperson’s quote, time of call etc. and confronted her with it, she denied it and ran to the ladies room in tears, cue a rush of women rushing in to console and curse me. Wait five minutes and out they pour, one after the other giving me the evil eye. Half an hour passes before I get the call from the sales manager to go to the office. He said that he couldn’t have this sort of thing happening, be more diplomatic etc. Late eighties, the office dynamics were changing all over.
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    He was pretty good, no Mickey Flanagan, but pretty good.
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    We are complicated social animals, there’s no way that we can be honest to people we are in close proximity to all the time. Mid to late eighties I was a salesman in an office and on the road for a firm that sold all types of ferrous and non ferrous metal to engineering firms. When I started it was all men in the sales office and all women in the accounts and admin roles. Then the world began to change, and as a low level sales manager I learnt (or didn’t) that you just could not call a woman a liar or front her up about a mistake she had made as we were used to as men. I didn’t last long for one reason or another.
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    Mick! replied to a thread In The News... in Odds and Ends
    I’m quite scared of bears, it’s their range of skills, they run bloody fast, superb sense of smell, seems like they really hold a grudge as well.
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    Mick! replied to a thread In The News... in Odds and Ends
    I love how we’re never far away from a Being killed by a bear discussion on here.
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    3 Days Ago
    August is holiday month in France, either they’re on holiday or they expect you to be.
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    Yes, I could use a bit of drama, work is slim pickings atm, always the same in August, spend most afternoons lazing around with the dog.
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    3 Days Ago
    Then it’s only fair the boss should be able to tell the worker his feelings about him. Cue a lot of walkouts and fistfights.
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    I remember working in a factory situation, I found that little gripes and personal dislikes would fester and get out of proportion. Being older (like Squish) is better as you’re more able show emotional intelligence.
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    Mick! replied to a thread August Hunicke Videos in MBTV
    Good vid, nice machine.
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    6 Days Ago
    FB>th
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    6 Days Ago
    Horseshit. Every time someone posts a workpics thread, do you not think they’re hoping a few peeps will chime in and compliment or ask a few questions? What’s the difference? Why do people post videos and pictures if not to impress or get feedback?
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    6 Days Ago
    Mick! replied to a thread What3words. in Business Management
    Not aimed at you Stig or Brett really (well maybe a bit!)
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    Mick! replied to a thread What3words. in Business Management
    I understand the “it it ain’t broke...” mantra. But if it makes it better, if it improves or simplifies things, or makes things cheaper or more accessible to everyone, isn’t that a good thing? Do you remember when you were young and old farts would decry all modern stuff as pointless and unnecessary, because they were scared and stuck in their ways. Did you ever swear to yourself that you wouldn’t be like that when you got to be old(er)? Anyway, not having a go, just remembering my old boss, if he didn’t do it or use it when he was younger, it wasn’t worth doing. Ie. Top handled saws, chippers, blowers, radios in the work truck, chainsaw oil (bought cheap engine oil) tipper trucks.
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    Mick! replied to a thread What3words. in Business Management
    Dunno Brett, how about the one in front of the entrance to your drive/postbox?
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    Mick! replied to a thread What3words. in Business Management
    https://www.bbc.com/news/business-32444811 Here’s an article explaining it and its advantages much better.
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    Mick! replied to a thread September 13 2018 in Announcements!!!
    Great photos Carl.
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    Mick! replied to a thread What3words. in Business Management
    It’s in different languages, It works in danish on your computer because you’ve downloaded it in Danish. It’ll work in English or many other languages. If you’re determined not to see it’s uses, then sure it’s stupid.
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    Mick! replied to a thread What3words. in Business Management
    Ok (nice to see you back Stig btw) This company has divided the world up into 3 meter square pieces, each one of those squares has a three word name. Adjoining squares do not have similar names. Download it, it’s free (not Bob obvs as the Illuminati are after him)
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