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On the contrary...

Posted By: Tootie on 2008-10-31
In Reply to: Again, this situation has been addressed and is not a problem anymore. - NM

On the contrary, not entirely.  She is still condescending if you make the smallest of mistake.  Very accusatory and unprofessional when something does arise.  This was not so long ago, like, just in the past couple of weeks.  So, it does still happen.

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I was hoping you would. Contrary to SM

what some people think, everyone participating on this board does not wish ill will toward a fellow MT.  For what it's worth, I think you are making the right decision and you are correct - if there's no work at all, it doesn't really matter what they are paying.  It all amounts to a big goose egg.

I doubt very much anything wonderful will happen with TT - it will just get worse and at least you'll be ahead of the game. 

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On the contrary, I find your post refreshing and true. sm
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