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Old 02-26-2017, 07:49 AM
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[/I]Good for you!! Never been in the shop situation, my area of expertise was in aviation. 50 plus years, military and civilian. Same situations exist. After retiring from the Air Force, I was hired by a Government contractor. First boss was great. Moved to another location, (more $$) boss could squeeze a Nickle so hard you could hear the Buffalo fart. Transferred again, this boss was worse. Came back to the States and stayed with the same company, new boss, whole new game. Had every thing we needed to do the job. No Nickle squeezing. Stayed there for 11 years. You can do it.
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Fixing cars, it gets hard to find a good shop where everything clicks, or is at least tolerable enough for you to show up every day. This is the same at every job really. I'm struggling now where I work and it may be time for a change of scenery.
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Old 03-29-2017, 11:38 PM
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don't feel so bad. I went to work today and a guy had 5 cars in the building, as if the stalls aren't enough, he had 3 in the aisle blocking everyone else in or out. I was pissed at the selfishness and couldn't work on nothing for like 25 minutes, til I decided to block him in. hahahaha
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