Sometimes what a hired hand says needs a little translation. I thought I would jot down some of it here. When you interview them o course they know how to do it all and they are the best you've ever seen at it. Then once they start working watch out for some of these phrases.<br />n<br />n<i>I'm not to sure but I will try</i>. This means they have never done it before but it looks simple enough to do so they will attempt it. Be wary if you hear this when you set them driving a high dollar piece of equipment, if their try doesn't work out to well it can cost you a lot of money.<br />n<br />n<i>It's been a long time since I done it, I would be more comfortable if you showed me how</i>. This means that they have no concept how to do it, don't want to do it, don't want to learn how to do it, and want you to go do it for them. Even if you take them along the chances of them learning how to do it are slim.<br />n<br />nWhy do these guys claim they can do something when they can't? It gets so tiring after a while.<br />n<br />n<strong>There is no meaning to life except the meaning man gives his life by the unfolding of his powers. Erich Fromm</strong>



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