Handling your absolute "No Go" zone

MIXMASTERMACHOM

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If that's the case, you need to either seek better clients or move! Mix, you are indeed in many ways alone on an island...:tired:
No that at all. Like I said I just don't do events for just anybody anymore. It's not about just an area. Look at how the world has changed. Look at what just happened in Texas.
 

Proformance

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Nov 6, 2006
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you should have a pretty good idea of who you are working for...
How many background checks is appropriate?
Do you follow the customer home after the initial meeting? How about interviewing the neighbors?
Seems like a lot of labor hours that are going to be hard to justify on the invoice.
 

wifedj

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Mar 20, 2008
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How many background checks is appropriate?
Do you follow the customer home after the initial meeting? How about interviewing the neighbors?
Seems like a lot of labor hours that are going to be hard to justify on the invoice.
Hyperhyperbole!
 
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Scott Hanna

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Oct 25, 2006
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How many background checks is appropriate?
Do you follow the customer home after the initial meeting? How about interviewing the neighbors?
Seems like a lot of labor hours that are going to be hard to justify on the invoice.
No, but I bet I could figure out the difference between a Klan ralley and a birthday party😄
 

MIXMASTERMACHOM

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Oct 16, 2011
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How many background checks is appropriate?
Do you follow the customer home after the initial meeting? How about interviewing the neighbors?
Seems like a lot of labor hours that are going to be hard to justify on the invoice.
You need therapy bad.
 

Jas

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I remember turning down a wedding once. The couple wanted to meet me before signing a contract with my agent. We met at a coffee shop and the groom was drunk. He started asking me political questions wanting to know who I was for etc. I wouldn't give him answers and I felt uncomfortable with this guy so I turned down the gig.
 

Ausumm

No Matter Where You Go... There You Are!
Oct 21, 2008
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How many background checks is appropriate?
Do you follow the customer home after the initial meeting? How about interviewing the neighbors?
Seems like a lot of labor hours that are going to be hard to justify on the invoice.
WOW! Overreact much?

No, but I bet I could figure out the difference between a Klan ralley and a birthday party😄
THAT is all I am saying.
 

wifedj

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sometime just after breakfast in bed!

Sorry, Rox....I simply cannot resist an opportunity like that.
Nothing personal, I would have responded that way to anyone!
I acknowledge your & Chris' propensity to fantasize based on your preferences & experiences.
 
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