|Posted on Thursday, June 01, 2000 - 8:36 pm: |
Texican, hold on to yer hat, er, belt buckle. Hopefully you will be seeing lots of indoor plumbing and soon in Miami, Orlando, Jacksonville, Charleston, Savannah, Myrtle Beach, Wilmington, Norfolk, or points North!
Big Whirly Season starts this month!
|Posted on Thursday, June 01, 2000 - 6:32 pm: |
Well....us Texas wear spurs to tie the safety ropes to, quick release when we fall...also, with spurs we can have someone wheel us back to the room after a tough night in the bars. The large buckles can be used to hold our laptops when we're in the peek-up.
What is color coordinates and and where can we see the new indoor plumbing?
|older then dirt|
|Posted on Thursday, June 01, 2000 - 11:01 am: |
And if you have a real pair of sh*t kickers nothing could match them. With the sun relecting of a 2 ft belt buckle (.6 meter) no one will notice your boots.
|Posted on Thursday, June 01, 2000 - 10:46 am: |
Oh God, No! Your shirt and pants should never match your: Ostrich or, Iguana or, Rhino or, Elephant or, Sharkskin or, Aligator or, ... pointy toed cowboy boots. It's considered a major faux pas to not draw attention to your boots by having your other couture match the boots. Why, heaven forbid it should ever happen!
|Posted on Wednesday, May 31, 2000 - 11:33 pm: |
Should your cowboy boots match your pants and shirt?
|older then dirt|
|Posted on Wednesday, May 31, 2000 - 11:10 pm: |
What would life be without all those fancy (computer generated) certificates to hang on the wall. Proof I am certified. The wife (younger then dirt) suggests I have been certifiable for years and she should know. CC; I have never met a Texas adjuster who needed a map to find a bar!! As to the buckles, after having finally visited Texas and seen the size of the Texans, I understand why the buckles are so big.
|Posted on Wednesday, May 31, 2000 - 10:58 pm: |
I really can't think why it's so funny to certify the carriers. After all, fair is fair! Just think, some of us out here formulated these fancy-schmancy adjuster certifications so its only right and proper for the shoe to be on the other foot for a change.
And the first weed'em out test should be to get rid of the corporate ladder climbers.
|Posted on Wednesday, May 31, 2000 - 10:30 pm: |
Listen, when the Big Whirly comes, and it will, all of the vendors and carriers will be needing adjusters. The requirements will change when the Big One comes as follows:
(1) You must have a pulse
(2) Your body must be warm
(3) While it is not essential, you should be able to at least spell adjuster.
(4) You preferably should be from Texas, though again, this is not required.
(5) You must have a pick-em-up truck or sports vehicle (preferably with STP stickers and a gun rack)
(6) You must know the difference between a ceiling and a floor
(7) You must not ask "What is that?" when the insureds show you the indoor plumbing toilet facilities
(8) You must be able to read a map well enough to get from the cat office to the nearest bar
(9) You must have a belt buckle which weighs at least 2 pounds to hold your "britches" up
(10) Finally, you must wear pants which will color coordinate with those red shirts they give you to wear
|Posted on Wednesday, May 31, 2000 - 10:41 am: |
I just read a bulletin by someone today claiming to be the very best and as rediculous as it may seem, it is refreshing to see someone else in the business that is tired of all the companies requiring a separate certification of the independent adjusters.
Enough said. LOL!
If I can get back on my feet and stop laughing so hard, I am going to flip my burgers.
THE PHANTOM STRIKES AGAIN!