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Old 04-08-2011, 01:06 PM   #121
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Quick thread hi-jack. LOL. I'm liking it. I've only used it twice so far, pulling it about 100 miles but I think we're going to have some good times together. Mine is the dual-rail and have only carried 2 sub-500 pound bikes on it so far to a track day, but I'll eventually put a 600 pound VFR and 700+ pound ST1300 on it for family trips. It pulled great behind my Avalanche. Bonus tip: Get the extra wheeled jack. Makes it easy to roll the trailer around with bikes loaded on it.
Those are nice trailers for sure!! I wish I could afford to spend the cash on one.
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Old 04-08-2011, 01:10 PM   #122
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YEAH BUT he should not tell another applicant that
He probably didn't.
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Quick thread hi-jack. LOL. I'm liking it. I've only used it twice so far, pulling it about 100 miles but I think we're going to have some good times together. Mine is the dual-rail and have only carried 2 sub-500 pound bikes on it so far to a track day, but I'll eventually put a 600 pound VFR and 700+ pound ST1300 on it for family trips. It pulled great behind my Avalanche. Bonus tip: Get the extra wheeled jack. Makes it easy to roll the trailer around with bikes loaded on it.
thank you sir
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Old 04-08-2011, 01:14 PM   #125
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The reason you didn't get hired is because you didn't follow directions and didn't listen.

There I told you what you did wrong... Based on those two things, you either need to fix em or never apply for sales again...
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Old 04-08-2011, 01:17 PM   #126
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SHHH here is a secret... every single person on earth has been discriminated against in one way or another. Those who get over it and move on do better and try harder.

If you have enough time to write a letter that no one will ever read, maybe you should take that time sending out more resumes, working harder on the interview process that you admitted you need improvement on and work on landing a job.
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Alright, which Asian did you hire to write properly for you?
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lol yeah Im sure. Aint nothing wrong with giving the hot chick a job
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Alright, which Asian did you hire to write properly for you?
Isn't he Asian?
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If you don't want to be disrespected EVER...then work for yourself. Otherwise you are going to have to deal with it. A lot of people work for themselves or worked hard to get into a position of authority just so they don't have to tiptoe through the tulips with people. We have all had to suck it up at some point and when a person it put in charge you better believe he is going to do whatever the he wants if he can get away with it. If he is in charge of hiring then it is what it is. I can tell you that if ever a position came up where a good looking dumb bimbo can perform the job then why would I hire your ? Just learn from this, instead of blaming them for hiring some bimbo off of the street you should be looking in the mirror asking yourself what you can to land a job that a dumb bimbo can't do.
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Isn't he Asian?
Yes but not a real one because he lacks proper grammatical skills.
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Old 04-08-2011, 01:53 PM   #135
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Case in point, ignoring the various spelling and grammar errors etc.... motohouston is NOT a 'blog'.


'Haters hate'?

...and children block their ears so they can try to ignore what they're being told. Most often when it's being pointed out how childish they have been.
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Old 04-08-2011, 01:54 PM   #136
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A few things:

1. In his (I am assuming the poster is male from the "Wayne" in the username) defense, he is upset because he loves Honda and didn't get a job there. The passion is admirable and understandable.

2. I'd prefer to see pretty girls rather than ugly ones. Sexy girls and sexy motorcycles SHOULD always be together.

3. If the poster speaks in a manner that is remotely consistent with the way this post was written, I wouldn't have hired him either.

4. The finance manager (Kerry) that was there in summer '09 was a black guy.

5. A larger proportion of motorcycle and ATV riders are white and their sales staff proportionately represents this. It's a fact...look at riders on the road. UNLESS you ride a Hayabusa which generally are ridden by black guys
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It took me three attempts to get the job I have currently. In the second interview the guy called me names and told me to get out of his office. (he was a , and is no longer in our recruiting department, but beside the point) I got it in the end anyway. Know why? Perseverance. Learn it.

If you want something in life you have to reach out and grab it by the kid.

I can almost guarantee the hot chick comment was in direct relation to gauging your sense of humor and personality. You probably tensed up instead of chuckled and there you have it.

I don't know this Mike guy and have nothing to defend, but I can tell you that you go on the internet and start blasting me for something related to my professional reputation, ESPECIALLY in the field of SALES, yoogonbeyah hurtin mufucka!

Something you just don't do.

Best of luck to ya though....
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Also before you go around posting slanderous and defamatory information on a public form of communication you might want to educate yourself a little bit.

http://www.ehow.com/how_2238562_use-...correctly.html

If the company wanted to, they could sue you for this ignorant post especially if a single person stated that they refused to go to HOH due to racism you presented here. And I guarantee, you would find yourself hard pressed to win.
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Also before you go around posting slanderous and defamatory information on a public form of communication you might want to educate yourself a little bit.

http://www.ehow.com/how_2238562_use-...correctly.html

If the company wanted to, they could sue you for this ignorant post especially if a single person stated that they refused to go to HOH due to racism you presented here. And I guarantee, you would find yourself hard pressed to win.
I don't know about everyone else but I will never go to Honda of Houston AGAIN!
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Also before you go around posting slanderous and defamatory information on a public form of communication you might want to educate yourself a little bit.

http://www.ehow.com/how_2238562_use-...correctly.html

If the company wanted to, they could sue you for this ignorant post especially if a single person stated that they refused to go to HOH due to racism you presented here. And I guarantee, you would find yourself hard pressed to win.
Well said.
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