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Re: still having technical difficulty

Currently, we are experiencing the dumb syndrome at work.... Tell
someone what to do- have the repeat it back to you so you can ensure
they understood ... and they still do it wrong.

Sorry, but lately I think everyone just puts their time in to get a
paycheck... very few care about what they do, want to learn, or even
have a remote interest in why they are there.


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Oooooh -- can I ever identify with that!  Since I have been around Home 
Depot stores so much I have learned that sales people, aka associates, 
generally know little to nothing about the products they are supposed to be 
selling.  Seems stores today focus more on titles than education.

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