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@JustineM congratulations and make sure your smile goes from ear to ear. ?

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The interview went OK. He was concerned that I had very little dealership experience. I got to thinking on my mind clearing ride to the VA. That I deal with the same type of people commercial  and retail. With a dealership I would deal with mechanics and retail. same darn thing.

Anyway, Got the formed signed by my GYN. No problems now I need to go over to driver services and get it changed.

 

Kymmie

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12 hours ago, KymmieL said:

The interview went OK. He was concerned that I had very little dealership experience. I got to thinking on my mind clearing ride to the VA. That I deal with the same type of people commercial  and retail. With a dealership I would deal with mechanics and retail. same darn thing.

Anyway, Got the formed signed by my GYN. No problems now I need to go over to driver services and get it changed.

 

Kymmie

 

Sounds like the interviewer was making excuses. Sorry to hear that. Maybe he'll come around anyway.

 

Getting your license straightened out is good news though! I'm still waiting until the last week of September (because we're appointment-only due to plague), then 2 to 4 weeks for the new license to come through the mail. I hope I take a good picture.

 

Hugs!

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You will 

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Jackie C.
1 hour ago, Shay said:

You will 

 

Two word stories?

 

Hugs!

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You bet!

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Charlize

Two cups

 

 

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You girls!!!!!!!!!!!!

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So silly!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Good morning all you coffee lovers, and caffeine addicted lovelies.

@Ms Maddie, My coffee is always brewed to share.

 

As for the rest of you two poets, Muhammad Ali is credited with the shortest, and most inclusive two word poem. He stood at the microphone with his arms stretched out, he brought them to his chest and said: "Me We" as he opened his arms back up.

 

Love you all,

 

Mindy?????

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And don't forget the official poem in the English language called Fleas...."Adam Had'em"

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27 minutes ago, Shay said:

And don't forget the official poem in the English language called Fleas...."Adam Had'em"

 

I think they snubbed The Greatest Boxer of all time, because "Me We" is clearly shorter with fewer letters, yet inclusive. 

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@Mmindy you are right - history doesn't play fair....

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lol.  Now that we got that out of the way @KymmieL.   if the person you interviewed with was really concerned with you dealing with a dealership he doesn’t know anything about parts.  
 

going back a long time and a comedic reference to Chicken nuggets, “Parts is Parts”!  Ok I’m dating myself.  
 

Talk about not knowing parts, I called a local chain parts store.  Asked if they had 8 volt golf cart batteries.  Answer, I have 75 amp batteries.  Me but are they 8 volt.  Yeah.

I go to pick them up, he brings them out.  I instantly see they are 6volt.  Parts guy, “how do you know they are 6 volt and not 8?”  Me “Because they only have three cells!”  Oh by the way, the store has 8volt batteries sitting right there but no way I’m dealing with this guy anymore.

 

I agree with Jackie, it was either a reaction test or a I don’t want you.  I’ve interviewed a lot of people over the years and I’ve used a lot of techniques to weed out the ones I don’t think will work.  As the candidate you never really know where the interviewer is going.

 

hope you get a positive call.

 

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Not only does history not play fair, but often it isn’t  even true.  We think history is history.  But clearly it is slanted to the writers view of what happened or who won.

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Sadly the winners or those with the money power - control the history. I run a monthlyfirst person living history series where people dress and become people from history. I've done some and in researching as thoroughly as possible you have to sort through all the noise. As you say each writer seems to have an agenda in writing biographies and even the autobiographies are colored by what the author wants told.

 

A girl did Lucille Ball - and would only go up to the end of I LOVE LUCY - after that the girl said Lucy became someone she really disliked.

 

I once did Jesse James and wanted to dislike him so bad but knowing he saw neighbors gunned down because of their beliefs and being beaten at the age of 13 and then being shown his step dad being hanged to the point of dying and being revived 4 times and his mother losing an arm to a bomb made by the Pinkerton's and on and on.... I concluded I think I would have most likelt turned out the same way.

 

We find that people we thought were totally great had BIG flaws - Teddy Roosevelt thought Asian really inferior, Henry Ford and Limburgh were very racist and again on and on.

 

I like the series (called Chautauqua's) because the people who bring thwe person to life researchs from all angles - what they said, what others said, the world in which they lived, and try to give as well rounded presentation of the person as they possibly can.

 

I find it deeply rewarding and well worth my 800 hours volunteering each year to bring these people to our community.

 

 

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One of the other reasons is that he asked me why I was looking to move to OR. So, I told him the truth. Was straight forward with him. I didn't want to sugar coat it then walk in my first day as a female. Have him ask who the Heck are you?  Oh, I am your new parts manager.

 

There are plenty of other dealerships. I asked my very good friend google what states are the most trans safe. Washington, Oregon, Cali(sorry not going there) and ILL. SO back to my searching.

 

Now back to the point, Coffee. Just waiting for the pot to warm up some more again. shut off about an hour & 1/2 ago.  auto shut off is nice most of the time.

 

Well my Sunday. heading down to the  DMV and hope to get the gender change going.

 

Have a great day everyone. Stay safe and healthy.

 

Kymmie

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Sunday? wow didn't know DMV worked on Sunday's but - great news and good luck.

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The coffee is tasting especially good today. I just feel really good. I hope all of you are having a great day today!

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@KymmieL There was a time where every day was my Monday. I do not miss that. I think it was a good idea to be up front with a job prospect. That isn't something someone should be just thrown into all of a sudden. Giving a bit of time to work through some of that will most likely create a friendlier environment. Good for you!  :coffee:

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I DID IT. I DID IT. ( insert happy:groupwavereversed: dance here) I am officially a female in the eyes of the Wyoming DMV.  I just got back from getting it changed. Another step in my journey.

 

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