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Re: Question???

Detroit's getting really cheap - you can truly buy houses for a buck.
Granted, it may not have doors or windows, but it's a starting point. 🙂

>>> Craig<elrushbo@eib.net> 10/21/2010 5:02 PM >>>

A better question is if the companies care what happens to you! They can
always find a cheaper Matthew in China, and if China is too expensive,
India, and if India is too expensive, Viet Nam, and if Viet Nam is too
expensive, Detroit.

🙂


"Matthew" <systemremovetyrant@gmaildot.com> wrote in message
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> Do any of you care what happens to companies any more? If you do, is it
> out of loyalty or because moving away from the products they sell would

be
> a royal pain?
>
> I ask because frankly I just don't care anymore what happens to any of
> them.
>
> ‑‑
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Re: Question???

On 10/22/10 4:36 PM, thsundel wrote:
> Agree with that, I also used to do my own mechanics but sadly I have
> become to lazy to do things that others ("professionals") can do while
> I'm at work earning 🙂
>
> Thomas


I use to have a 1990 Ford Ranger. Took it in to because it had a miss.
Mechanic calls and says the spark plugs need replacing. So I ask how
much it cost. $450 and will take all day (this according to a book
mechanics use). I don't have that much money at the time so I pick up my
truck and drive over to my dads. We access the situation and replace all
8 spark plugs in thirty minutes.

According to the Mechanics book you have to take off the intake manifold
and several other pieces. Which, if you did have to do that, would take
all day. So if I am able to fix it myself. I fix it myself.
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Re: Question???

A few things I've adopted over the decades. If a company has no problem
escorting a person out the door the very same day they lay them off, I
have no problem telling them I'm leaving on the very day I leave. If a
company doesn't take care of its employees, I don't take care of the
company. If a company practices nepotism and has untrained, unskilled
managers, I have no problem pushing them aside and ignoring them.

Unfortunately for me if the opposite is true, I can be loyal to a fault.

On 10/21/2010 11:50 AM, Matthew wrote:
> Do any of you care what happens to companies any more? If you do, is it
> out of loyalty or because moving away from the products they sell would
> be a royal pain?
>
> I ask because frankly I just don't care anymore what happens to any of
> them.
>

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