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What was the best advice youíve ever given?

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Chuck machinist

01-13-2020 13:35:43




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Doesnít have to necessarily be case related.I got to thinking about this the other day when my brother showed up, and his brother-in-law has Green grunge around both battery posts on his SUV. I didnít necessarily offer any advice, I just made it right, knowing they had a better chance of getting back to Maryland without a hefty service repair.C M

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Tony in SD

01-16-2020 17:22:01




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 Re: What was the best advice youíve ever given? in reply to Chuck machinist, 01-13-2020 13:35:43  
Work harder AND smarter.



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FastFarmall

01-16-2020 15:35:49




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 Re: What was the best advice youíve ever given? in reply to Chuck machinist, 01-13-2020 13:35:43  
Don't wear long sleeves around a turning lathe !!



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vac400

01-14-2020 05:05:35




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 Re: What was the best advice youíve ever given? in reply to Chuck machinist, 01-13-2020 13:35:43  
Chuck, This is the advise my dad gave me. Son they are giving you a good days pay now you give them a good days work. I have never forgot this and oh yes find a wife that will put up with your faults. Jerry from Ohio



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Don Rudolph

01-13-2020 19:15:34




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 Re: What was the best advice youíve ever given? in reply to Chuck machinist, 01-13-2020 13:35:43  
The best advice I ever got was from a close friend: "Always remember,your banker is not your friend." The best advice I think I ever gave was simply to affirm something my 14 year old son asked of me: "Who you marry is really important, isn't it Dad?" To which I answered, "Yes, it certainly is." "It can be the most important choice you'll ever make." Don



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LAA

01-15-2020 04:11:57




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 Re: What was the best advice youíve ever given? in reply to Don Rudolph, 01-13-2020 19:15:34  
About 60 years ago my Grandfather told me that whom you marry was the most important decision you will ever make, from all the people I have seen go through divorces I have absolutely no doubt he was right.



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Barts Dad

01-13-2020 15:01:25




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 Re: What was the best advice youíve ever given? in reply to Chuck machinist, 01-13-2020 13:35:43  
Marriage Iíd a wonderful institution, just make sure you find the right one the first time...I know I did!



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Bruce from Can.

01-13-2020 13:52:24




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 Re: What was the best advice youíve ever given? in reply to Chuck machinist, 01-13-2020 13:35:43  
Best advice I have ever given, usually never gets followed. It was marry a girl that you like and likes you too, and if she makes pie, so much the better.

Next best advice I given to my boys was donít take a late start in life. Meaning donít screw around till you are in your thirties trying to find yourself, get out and get to work, and get started with life . Youth is short, donít waste it.

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Ande

01-13-2020 15:44:41




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 Re: What was the best advice youíve ever given? in reply to Bruce from Can., 01-13-2020 13:52:24  
Good advise Bruce.



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FastFarmall

01-16-2020 15:41:06




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 Re: What was the best advice youíve ever given? in reply to Ande, 01-13-2020 15:44:41  
Don't wear along sleeve shirt, when operating a turning lathe !!



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