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bajatrailrider
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[*] posted on 3-21-2016 at 07:25 AM


Quote: Originally posted by mtgoat666  
Quote: Originally posted by David K  
It is like there are two kinds of Mexicans, or perhaps bi-polarism is the case?

Most of the time we encounter the wonderful people that are one of the reasons we keep going back. Then there is the odd case that bajatrailrider describes... and the same is heard when it comes to property issues and squatters and having your home broken into or burned down, like some Nomads here have experienced.

I guess in the end, people are people and they are either givers or takers.


It takes 2 to tango. Often the customer causes the situation themselves. The customer is not always right. Sometimes the customer is just impolite or obstinate and escalates this conflict.
Here we are again MT66,another worthless post from you. You where not there,as norm no zip. In your case and me,it does take two to tango. Here I'm alerting people,to not get ripped off at.Valentino motel and your dancing in the sky.:)
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[*] posted on 3-21-2016 at 08:27 AM


Quote: Originally posted by mtgoat666  
Quote: Originally posted by David K  
It is like there are two kinds of Mexicans, or perhaps bi-polarism is the case?

Most of the time we encounter the wonderful people that are one of the reasons we keep going back. Then there is the odd case that bajatrailrider describes... and the same is heard when it comes to property issues and squatters and having your home broken into or burned down, like some Nomads here have experienced.

I guess in the end, people are people and they are either givers or takers.




It takes 2 to tango. Often the customer causes the situation themselves. The customer is not always right. Sometimes the customer is just impolite or obstinate and escalates this conflict.


Guess that applies to me when i leave a well deserved message on the table instead of a tip:



[Edited on 3-21-2016 by durrelllrobert]




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[*] posted on 3-21-2016 at 09:26 AM


Quote: Originally posted by durrelllrobert  
Quote: Originally posted by mtgoat666  
Quote: Originally posted by David K  
It is like there are two kinds of Mexicans, or perhaps bi-polarism is the case?

Most of the time we encounter the wonderful people that are one of the reasons we keep going back. Then there is the odd case that bajatrailrider describes... and the same is heard when it comes to property issues and squatters and having your home broken into or burned down, like some Nomads here have experienced.

I guess in the end, people are people and they are either givers or takers.




It takes 2 to tango. Often the customer causes the situation themselves. The customer is not always right. Sometimes the customer is just impolite or obstinate and escalates this conflict.


Guess that applies to me when i leave a well deserved message on the table instead of a tip:



[Edited on 3-21-2016 by durrelllrobert]


As the picture illustrates, sometimes the customer is wrong, sometimes the customer is a jerk that should be refused service.
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[*] posted on 3-21-2016 at 09:48 AM


Quote: Originally posted by mtgoat666  
Quote: Originally posted by durrelllrobert  
Quote: Originally posted by mtgoat666  
Quote: Originally posted by David K  
It is like there are two kinds of Mexicans, or perhaps bi-polarism is the case?

Most of the time we encounter the wonderful people that are one of the reasons we keep going back. Then there is the odd case that bajatrailrider describes... and the same is heard when it comes to property issues and squatters and having your home broken into or burned down, like some Nomads here have experienced.

I guess in the end, people are people and they are either givers or takers.




It takes 2 to tango. Often the customer causes the situation themselves. The customer is not always right. Sometimes the customer is just impolite or obstinate and escalates this conflict.


Guess that applies to me when i leave a well deserved message on the table instead of a tip:



[Edited on 3-21-2016 by durrelllrobert]


As the picture illustrates, sometimes the customer is wrong, sometimes the customer is a jerk that should be refused service.
In this case its the MT66 that is the jerk,as normal.You report,but your not there.So your jerk post is zip as norm.
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