I just got off the phone with a gentlemen I met here---than met at the NAVL convention & now doing business with. All because of his "nasty" reply to one of my posts :lol: It wasnt really nasty but you know how posting replies can be - (very misunderstanding at times to say the least).
I also know several people here (by names & posts only) that I would be willing to refer or use as a destination agent---
Thanks for all of this---it is much appreciated!! :)
All without our personal logos or company names!!
Sherry - (smatwilly-I'll stick with Sherry since I keep getting called smartwilly) :D
Accurate surveys are a dying art, what with hand held computers. I much prefer the pencil and clipboard method. (keep in mind I didnt actually do Jenga's surveys, but I sent out a professional)
Reminds me of my old friend, he was a blind man, and he liked to buy porno books in Braille, just so he could rub the dirty parts.
I use the trusty pen & notepad - of course the notepad is in a nice formal leather binder -
Ack - that was a bad brail joke Archie! Reminds me of the one I heard long long ago--------How can you tell when Helen Keller's pants were too tight------------oh,oh, dont scroll down if you are easily offended.....
Forget it, its too dirty...............
BTW- its Sherry not Shelly---I changed it from Smatwilly because I kept getting called Smartwilly----But thats okay Archie---I work for a moving company so Ive been called worse! :wink:
My poor husband keeps getting called Smallwilly :oops: Think how HE must feel! :shock:
The pros are truly pros, I receive a boatload of information everyday from just reading the replies.
To the staff and all that post (good information) way to go.
The surveyor (pen and pencil) did a survey that was a military. The member said he had about 11000 lbs, based on his last move a year ago.
The surveyor went out, and cubed it out 10100 lbs. For some reason, he changed that weight, and made it 12000 lbs. No reason.
When the job was loaded, the actual weight was 10120 lbs. Go figure.
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