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post #31 of 36
Good for you, upward and onward
post #32 of 36

Best to you, Chris. Seems like you are fine with criticism, as long as it is with repect and to help you do better.


Edited by OregonYeti - 3/23/15 at 6:38pm
post #33 of 36

Hope it all works out for ya.

post #34 of 36

you getting bullied?

helps if you,re a big hard #%&@ like me..

post #35 of 36

mate when youre starting out you should only work in the best places, its the best way to learn, expect to take a lot of @#%& aswell while youre doing it. If youre working in @#%& places then all the 'chefs' are @#%& and the standards are @#%& and everything is @#%& and depressing if you have any passion. just try to work in the top restaurants for the first 4 years of your career, if you still wanna do it after that then keep doing it.

post #36 of 36
yeah, ##%@@??""
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