#1
This is a follow up thread so that everyone knows how well their advice worked for me.

I had two days of paid training the past few weeks, but today was my first day by myself. Here's a list of things that happened:

- Immediately upon arrival, I had to check out a customer who was buying a speak-on 1/4 adapter.
- I accidentally forgot to charge him the tax on his visa gift card, so had to charge him twice.
- I got fired.
no not really, i helped to fix up a guitar which i am going to continue working on tomorrow, took some calls, and helped to mark down some tiny terrors and made a post about it on the facebook page
Last edited by Will Lane at May 28, 2015,
#2
Lol I would work at the music store next to me but the only thing they're looking for right now is a experienced banjo player.
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#5
was there a hot lady yet?
A poem.
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no girl, movember isnt for you. shave your stache pls

I can out-bore you any day
#6
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was there a hot lady yet?
Another one of the workers who took the shift after me is kinda attractive. But I dunno anything about her
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please tell me more.
I'll let you know tomorrow
Last edited by Will Lane at May 28, 2015,
#7
When I was 16 I wanted so bad to work in a music store.


Now it's the last place I'd want to work (besides fast food)
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#8
hay m8, you gotta start taking a tally of which cliche intros are always played (stairway, crazy train, smoke on the water, thunderstruck, etc) and how many of them sound like crap

:y:
will someone carry me across ten thousand miles under the silence
#9
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hay m8, you gotta start taking a tally of which cliche intros are always played (stairway, crazy train, smoke on the water, thunderstruck, etc) and how many of them sound like crap

:y:

I thought stairway to heaven was like legitimately banned because of how much everyone played it.
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#10
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I thought stairway to heaven was like legitimately banned because of how much everyone played it.

in some places, yes.
A poem.
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no girl, movember isnt for you. shave your stache pls

I can out-bore you any day
#11
Quote by Baby Joel
hay m8, you gotta start taking a tally of which cliche intros are always played (stairway, crazy train, smoke on the water, thunderstruck, etc) and how many of them sound like crap

:y:

Please do this, I really wanna know the score for some reason.
#12
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I thought stairway to heaven was like legitimately banned because of how much everyone played it.
I played it in GC twice just for kicks and didn't get kicked out.

I think I'll do the tally thing.
#13
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Please do this, I really wanna know the score for some reason.


+1
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SAVE GIBSON

#16
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When I was 16 I wanted so bad to work in a music store.


Now it's the last place I'd want to work (besides fast food)


So much this. This so much.
#DTWD
#18
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So much this. This so much.

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So this much?

I so can't take much more of this.
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#19
I used to teach at a music store. What I told 75% of students: "Quit."

So many mommies force their kids to play music. It's really sad!
"Virtually no one who is taught Relativity continues to read the Bible."

#20
Boss lady just called me, and she's too sick to open. I don't have keys to the building yet to open/close so no one is going to be there today, including me. Maybe tomorrow I guess.

I was really pumped, too. :c
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I used to teach at a music store. What I told 75% of students: "Quit."

So many mommies force their kids to play music. It's really sad!
Sometimes you see the mom/dad drop the kid off and you can kinda tell. Or you overhear how the lesson is going. I teach a few younger teens and I've always encouraged them.
Last edited by Will Lane at May 29, 2015,