View Full Version : Poll for NAWCC School of Horlogy Graduates (graduates from the past two years)
12-05-2003, 01:57 PM
I really think that if any of your fellow students of the NAWCC course were frequenters of this message board, they'd have jumped in on the original thread. No sense flogging a dead horse!
12-06-2003, 09:03 AM
Wow! I need two monitors for this thread. :biggrin:
12-06-2003, 12:14 PM
Dan, I've been around this message board for two or three years now. I'm not aware of anyone but you and myself who have attended any classes in the NAWCC watch program. As Doug said, they probably would have jumped in by now.
[This message was edited by Mike Kearney on December 06, 2003 at 22:42.]
12-06-2003, 03:40 PM
This is starting to look like O.C.D. You are beating a stain on the road where a dead horse used to be. I have lost count of how many times you have posted your "last post" or asked that the whole thing be deleted. Sometimes you seem pretty reasonable. What is it that we on the message board can do to make you happy?
I can't give you a job. There are those here who could, but don't want to play with fire. Who wants to hire the "angry guy"?
When I came into the business, I did so so begging and learning. I didn't demand an income right here and right now. You can't buy a reputation.
If you think that the school sold you short, go after the school. We can't do anything to make it better. Plain enough?
12-06-2003, 03:56 PM
Is that your last word on the topic?
12-06-2003, 11:03 PM
Dan, I've wondered why more students, graduates, school staff etc., don't participate on the message board. Bottom line is, it's just a public message board, run by volunteers. Participation is voluntary.
The message board is not an official mechanism for communicating with the School. We don't speak for them. To the extent we've tried to help you, it's as volunteers.
You have Dan Nied's number, or Bea can give it to you. Your issues are with them, not us. We've done the best we can to help, but it's obvious that there's nothing more we can do. At this point, dredging up old arguments about the school is just harassing us, and that's against the message board rules.
12-07-2003, 12:13 AM
Your original purpose for starting this new thread was to poll other graduates from the NAWCC school on watch repair. This is not what is happening. Instead, it is disolving into an echo of everything that was covered on the wrist watch board the first time around. With this in mind, I am including a link to the TEN PAGES of the earlier discussion for those who haven't had enough, and I am going to close this topic.
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