Re: Stuck meter mystery.
- From: "Keith G" <ksg@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 1 Apr 2011 19:17:36 +0100
"Dave Plowman (News)" <dave@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message news:51bcd1c9eedave@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
In article <in2uo7$hbd$1@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>,
Keith G <ksg@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
"Dave Plowman (News)" <dave@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
> In article <in2hds$h8i$4@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>,
> Keith G <ksg@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> I'm no qualified idiot - all I have is an Honorary Masters in *Dealing
>> With Prats* from the University Of Life.
> No matter how little you paid for that qualification I'd demand your
> money back.
Priceless advice from someone who spent his whole working life doing a
job I could learn in a fortnight and master in a month.
Grow up FFS....
What little I've bothered listening to of your home recordings
Uh oh, my Bullshit Warning Light has just come on....
says most definitely not. And of course your constant harping on about
vinyl and valves says to all you have ears of cloth. But dream on...
At the end of my 'working life' I had 50 employees in two companies and
a *monthly* wage bill of probably over 100,000 quid (I stopped looking
when it was 86,000) - you had what:
1720 quid a month per employee? I take it you ran a McDonalds franchise?
Oh dear, not very smart, are you?
I sold my interests in the firms in 1991 - that wages bill was in the 80's and look again: 'probably over 100,000 quid' at the end. That's 2,000 quid *average* Einstein - McDonalds kids getting that back then? I think not.
I paid a tad over the industry standard and got a *six times* the industry norm for Turnover Per Capita and *best yet*, I never once had to sack anybody in a total of 500 years of employing peopl.
(I wonder if he can work *that* out? *shrug*)
a) a spotty kid assistant
Who would make the above per week. ;-)
Oh dear. Factor in also we operated from premises in Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire.
Here's an anecdote you'll like - latterly we were supplying all the 'slip bricks' (thin bricks for sticking on walls) to the firm doing up all the - wait for it....
......*MacDonalds* in London!
The contractor was T & E Neville, Luton, Beds. - lovely people to deal with! Not much 'proof' to be found other than a single mention of 'Ronald MacDonald' here:
(Poor ole Plowman - so close, yet always so damn far away...!! :-)
Remember, in this group we ain't in my *comfort zone* we're in yours and
yet you still mange to show yourself up!
So you've finally admitted you know nothing about audio? That's a result.
Let's say I know more about 'audio' than I do about plumbing, archeology and taxidermy....
Now I'm going to post a microphone question - see if you can hold
yourself back, I don't need your input.
I saw that you hadn't got the decency to stay away! Never mind, I know you can't resist the bait!! ;-)
Pet, this isn't your own personal group no matter how much you would like
it to be. If I want to reply to any post, I'll do so.
I suppose spending a lifetime in an 'Oi You! 'beck and call/waiting around' job is going to grow you a thick skin.
*I'm really easy to get along with once people learn to worship me
Oh, how *apposite*!! :-)
Dave Plowman dave@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx London SW
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