Yamabushi traveling from place to place and learning from the masters.
Edited by tpoindexter, 21 January 2013 - 11:50 PM.
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Posted 12 February 2013 - 04:30 PM
I have learned more conversing, and asking questions from the other techs, and the brothers here, than any school could have taught me. Some of you proably think that I'm a backwards ass redneck being from Texas and all, but I still love that I can learn more helping someone than I could have gained in any school I have been to so far. So Thank you fellow Masters!
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Posted 12 February 2013 - 08:05 PM
I like rednecks, yankees, even a few ass holes, just don't much care for pricks.
I've spent plenty on training which gave me enough confidence to think I could start do appliance repair.
This site has given me a place to communicate with other appliance repairmen, gain some of the tribal knowledge that you just can't have in a couple years.
In my old profession I was the pro, now I just a dirty little hoe.
I figure it's like this show I watched once where a guy was with some people that he didn't understand their language.
He sat quietly paying attention until one day he just started talking in the same language. He learned it just by listening.
Ok, so maybe I'm not that quiet, but I'm sure as hell listen and learn a lot. I don't really have anywhere else to get that interaction.
I go to the training at local parts house about every 4 months, and learn a little, but it's nothing like what I can get here.
Got a couple of sites including LG I can log into but since finding this site I haven't had a need to.
I thought about going to that Florida training that's coming up, but, I really need to hire someone before doing something like that.
Would have liked to have met some people from on here.
Well...I'm not sure why I started typing all this bullshit so I think I'll just stop.
PS..Now I remember! I like rednecks!
The saki must have went to my head, Think I'll have another.
Edited by tpoindexter, 12 February 2013 - 08:13 PM.
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