No concept of safety or minimizing risks

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Re: No concept of safety or minimizing risks

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Brody wrote: Mon Jun 17, 2019 2:17 pm Oh, that's right...I'm still curious what the offending post was, I missed it.
I'd tell you but I'm not sure you know how PM works.
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Re: No concept of safety or minimizing risks

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fax wrote: Mon Jun 17, 2019 2:20 pm
Brody wrote: Mon Jun 17, 2019 2:17 pm Oh, that's right...I'm still curious what the offending post was, I missed it.
I'd tell you but I'm not sure you know how PM works.
Try it and we'll find out together.
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No concept of safety or minimizing risks

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If you are not their boss, it’s not your job to tell them what to do.
Sometimes you just have to accept this isn’t your country and shut your mouth.
Once you've read the dictionary, every other book is just a remix.
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Re: No concept of safety or minimizing risks

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There are of course ways to let people know how to take corrective action, but on the other hand, no one likes a condescending attitude or being looked at as inferior.
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Re: No concept of safety or minimizing risks

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I go in from behind, but this commensurately increases the risk of soaking your strides with crossfire.
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Re: No concept of safety or minimizing risks

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cptrelentless wrote: Mon Jun 17, 2019 3:22 pm I go in from behind, but this commensurately increases the risk of soaking your strides with crossfire.
not that there is anything wrong with that ................that a good washing machine couldn't fix
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