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Collector MR_SigS private msg quote post Address this user
@nadabig Again, there have been examples for why services like this, that deals with unknown variables with the only product they work on, cannot have a guaranteed TAT each and every time. Please explain how you would change the laws of physics as well as the laws of space/time continuum in order for a FINE copy of a Golden Age book to be graded in the same amount of time it takes to grade a brand new modern.
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@nadabig Keep it civil
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#GLOM DarthLego private msg quote post Address this user
Oh my dear lord, I'm just going to back out of the room slowly before I earn myself a vacation. Where is that eye roll emoticon when you need it?
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Collector Sqeggs private msg quote post Address this user
Ok. Trying to get this thread a bit back on track ... I've been yammering away in various threads about what a great opportunity the CGC new slab fiasco represents for CBCS.

Possible for someone to indicate what new initiatives CBCS may have under way to take advantage of the opportunity? (Apart from the 20% discount on reslabbing new CGC slabs.)

Thanks.
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Collector Stelbert_Stylton private msg quote post Address this user
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And where exactly did you get your masters degree in expert of all things you've never witnessed before?



You couldn't afford me.

Though working for you would be a dream. You blindly defend your workers, have no regard for a deadline and harbor no desire to meet expectations that even you yourself have set.


Work is work. Workers are inefficient. Actually, lazy. Everyone wants less work, even the industrious. If someone tells you that they aren't willing to exert less effort while they still improve their status due to increased production they're a fool.

I find ways for people to be lazy, yet produce more.

Example. The financial institution where I last worked allowed me to work at home a whole one day a quarter. That was always my best day. I was on a slower network with reduced resources, yet I produced more work. Everyone else produced less. My theory, because they could get away with it. I didn't focus or work harder. I had movies and binge watched seasons of shows while I worked. My difference, I didn't have distractions like someone wanting me to plan a freaking pot luck lunch or the like. I bugged less and was asked less questions. I produced more.

I then was allowed to work at home on a more consistent basis until I was promoted. I then coached managers and peers that weren't as productive as the others. I re-wrote procedures, taught simple things like copy/paste and other keyboard shortcuts that shaved time and errors, which led to less work and more saved time. We processed thousands of work items a day, saving seconds off each one was substantial.

I had to be a go-between from the print room where the checks were printed and the senior reps that dealt with escalated issues. They wanted to expand the helpline stating they were receiving 50 or so calls a day from the print room and it was overwhelming. I took over the print room calls for an hour, identified the root of the issue, coached the processors that were the root. Problem solved.

Don't get me started on the print room. What a catastrophe that place was.


That is a hell of a lot of words to simply say, this is just what I do. Well, used to do. Simply put, stand me up to your mountain, I'll chop it down with the edge of my hand. It's what I've done every where I've been and I'll do it everywhere I go.


LMFAO!!
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Collector Stelbert_Stylton private msg quote post Address this user
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You need to read more/different threads, CBCS has been talking to us since this board started.



A customer shouldn't have to refer to an online message board to get updates on the process.


You want CBCS to call you every day with an update? Sounds like that's the only thing that would make you satisfied.
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Collector esaravo private msg quote post Address this user
Poof!
Nadabig went ba da boom
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Collector PovRow private msg quote post Address this user
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Poof!
Nadabig went ba da boom


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Collector Stelbert_Stylton private msg quote post Address this user
Boom goes the dynamite!
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Collector CopperAgeKids private msg quote post Address this user
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Ok. Trying to get this thread a bit back on track ... I've been yammering away in various threads about what a great opportunity the CGC new slab fiasco represents for CBCS.

Possible for someone to indicate what new initiatives CBCS may have under way to take advantage of the opportunity? (Apart from the 20% discount on reslabbing new CGC slabs.)

Thanks.


I addressed this in the "GPA for CBCS" thread
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Collector DrWatson private msg quote post Address this user
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Poof!
Nadabig went ba da boom

What happened?
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Collector MR_SigS private msg quote post Address this user
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Poof!
Nadabig went ba da boom

What happened?


This is what I get for working between breaks!
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Collector VintageComics private msg quote post Address this user
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Poof!
Nadabig went ba da boom

What happened?


nadabig is now nada
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Collector PovRow private msg quote post Address this user
Yeah - account no longer exists. And such a pleasant fellow, too.
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Collector Sqeggs private msg quote post Address this user
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Ok. Trying to get this thread a bit back on track ... I've been yammering away in various threads about what a great opportunity the CGC new slab fiasco represents for CBCS.

Possible for someone to indicate what new initiatives CBCS may have under way to take advantage of the opportunity? (Apart from the 20% discount on reslabbing new CGC slabs.)

Thanks.


I addressed this in the "GPA for CBCS" thread


I've addressed it too in several threads. "Addressed" in the sense of providing my unsolicited advice as to what I think they should do.

What I'm hoping for in this thread -- started by Michael -- is to hear from them about what (if anything) they might be planning to do.
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Poof!
Nadabig went ba da boom

What happened?


nadabig is now bignada


This works better.
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Yeah - account no longer exists. And such a pleasant fellow, too.


Which means that he quit, or that he was banned? Or we don't know?
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Collector Stelbert_Stylton private msg quote post Address this user
Ok, all you people who had Stu banned first in the office pool, you lost your money!
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Collector MR_SigS private msg quote post Address this user
ROFLMMFAO!!
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Ok, all you people who had Stu banned first in the office pool, you lost your money!


And this is why I don't live in Vegas!!!!!!!!!! LOL!!!!
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Yeah - account no longer exists. And such a pleasant fellow, too.


Which means that he quit, or that he was banned? Or we don't know?



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Collector MR_SigS private msg quote post Address this user
For the best. I was running out of common sense analogies.

But I didn't get a chance to ask if he sells on eBay, or what his username is.
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Collector DrWatson private msg quote post Address this user
I'd be surprised if he was banned. That doesn't appear to be moderation's style.
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Collector MR_SigS private msg quote post Address this user
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I'd be surprised if he was banned. That doesn't appear to be moderation's style.


Agree. He probably just FDQ'd.
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Collector Stelbert_Stylton private msg quote post Address this user
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Yeah - account no longer exists. And such a pleasant fellow, too.


Which means that he quit, or that he was banned? Or we don't know?





A Mighty Wind! It's Spinal Tap gone folk...
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I'd be surprised if he was banned. That doesn't appear to be moderation's style.


Agree. He probably just FDQ'd.


This appears to be the case
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Collector Stelbert_Stylton private msg quote post Address this user
My joke is ruined
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Collector MR_SigS private msg quote post Address this user
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My joke is ruined

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