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    Default Re: The Value of 4 x 4 Training

    Would it be worth it to get the TETA or something accreditation training?
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    Training has no use. You go to a dr phil that taught himself for a bypass, get Fineas to figure out a high rise building, figure out how a pc, xecel and whatever works. Everything can be self taught.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Engel View Post
    Training has no use. You go to a dr phil that taught himself for a bypass, get Fineas to figure out a high rise building, figure out how a pc, xecel and whatever works. Everything can be self taught.
    ....why do you have to pay school fees in damage and blood sweat and tears if you can learn stuff from one that went through it already?
    Your comment does not make any sense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rustie View Post
    ....why do you have to pay school fees in damage and blood sweat and tears if you can learn stuff from one that went through it already?
    Your comment does not make any sense.
    You are spot on.My point exactly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rustie View Post
    ....why do you have to pay school fees in damage and blood sweat and tears if you can learn stuff from one that went through it already?
    Your comment does not make any sense.

    Rustie, call me so I can explain sarcasm to you...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rustie View Post
    ....why do you have to pay school fees in damage and blood sweat and tears if you can learn stuff from one that went through it already?
    Your comment does not make any sense.
    Rustie, you clearly do not know Herman

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