I hear they need some machines tore up in Houston or some jib cranes tore out of cement. Cell 5 scrap king is on his way. Lol
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You never disappoint.
Maybe you should save your vocabulary stretch for your resume. Probably don’t need the stretch to work at the chicken nugget producer, MitchCo, or mow lawns. How bright your futures are.
Maybe you should tell us what a highly skilled and technical job you have. I'm sure everyone would like hear how no one can do your job but you. Now say something sophomoric.
The only skill you need to make a bit is to push a start button. That's it.
Baker Hughes and other companies like them feel fortunate to have people with 20 years of button pushing experience. you don't have that experience in the Houston plant and that's one reason they are failing. The other is the desk jockey idiots who had no idea what it was going to take to move this operation and no idea how to run it.
We’re sure you have. Just look at all the opportunities that faces someone from Ponca with 20yrs of button pushing experience. Must be difficult deciding which new avenue to choose from.
Us "whining" smith people have moved on. We have found other jobs and gone on with our lives. The Houston plant is a sad disaster. Don't let anyone tell you otherwise, and we are delighted to hear it. One bit a day?? Ha.
Just as successful as Smith “Legacy” FB Page. Ponca cannot even keep their own whinnying page updated.