Sure I have, when I told one that we wouldn't guarentee her HARDWARE (computer) would not fail again because of a SOFTWARE virus that she thought killed her hardware.LiquidCougar said:Man, you have not seen a pissed-off customer until you tell them you can't fix their phone! (Like it's my fault they got it wet!)
LiquidCougar said:I work for Nextel Communications in the Service & Repair department as an authorized iDen Product Repair Technician. I also do phone customization on the side.
Man, you have not seen a pissed-off customer until you tell them you can't fix their phone! (Like it's my fault they got it wet!)
Good for you!!gpat6 said:I work in a preschool as a teachers assistant. I have been there for a little over three years now. I am going to school to become an elementary general/special education teacher. So in a couple of years I will be an actual teacher.
Right now I am a junior and I just have to deal with all the practice lesson plans, 90 hours of fieldwork this semester, and student teaching in my senior year, and I will have made it.
Rich95XR7 said:Here's my contribution. I've been in the Army for 11 years, and I am a Artillery Fire Direction Chief for the most powerful ground combat weapon in the world.
Thanks! Thankfully the money here in New York is pretty good for teachers. The only thing is that right now as a teachers assistant in a preschool the money is hardly anything. But right now I could care less, I really enjoy working there, and it is great experience. It is amazing to see how children grow and learn, and seeing it up close and personal puts a great feeling inside you.tbird9768 said:
Good for you!!
My wife is a preschool special ed teacher. She loves the heck out of it 'cept that Oklahoma don't pay their teachers squat! She's very good at what she does though.
I definitly know that too. Being in the preschool for over 3 yrs. you get to know the parents/grandparents/caregivers very well. There definitly are some twisted parents out there. I couldn't count how many times that just giving some children hugs, they cry and respond with a hug you wouldn't believe. They just need that little attention, and if I am the one who can give it to them, then I know I am doing my job right.93pimpin said:There're some sick and twisted parents out there. A lot of parents with problems that make it hard on the kids. You really have to love teaching to be a teacher, especially if you're an elementary teacher, or you aren't gonna be very good at it, or want to stay there. Make it fun for the kids, and show them some love, and they may love you more than their actual parents. My mom is seeing more and more single parents, and kids being taken care of by their grandparents. If you want to talk to her about the field of education, I could give you her e-mail address. Just PM me.