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    Quote Originally Posted by FFighterRob View Post
    George, It is interesting that when I ask you to back up your claim that people are being told to lie, you say you donít have the time. Every time you have brought it up over the years I have asked you where it was posted and you never have said where you get it from. When a person makes an allegation and canít back it up they loose credibility. But your response is to ask me to back up a claim on my sight.

    I have the names, phone numbers, and emails of over four hundred people I have helped get hired in the last five years, but I donít need to post them here, it would be silly and I donít give out other peoples information without asking. But you will see the testimonials from a lot of them on my sight.

    I have found that people that want to discuss facts use facts, people that donít have a good argument switch to name calling and insults. I have not said anything bad about you at all, I asked a question. If you want to call me junior thatís fine, as a matter of fact I am a JR. If you want to call Capt Bob, Bobbie thatís fine, it is kind of funny because the only other person that ever calls him that is my Mom when she is feeling amorous. You also referred to snake oil salesmen. Well, seeing as that all of the products and services offered by Capt Bob and myself are 100% money back, no questions asked, I would like to know who is getting ripped off.

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    First of all, we don't really have to get too far into this.

    Your mom is feeling amorous towards you? From dictionary.com

    am∑o∑rous /ˈśmərəs/ Pronunciation Key - Show Spelled Pronunciation[am-er-uhs] Pronunciation Key - Show IPA Pronunciation
    Ėadjective 1. inclined or disposed to love, esp. sexual love: an amorous disposition.
    2. showing or expressing love: an amorous letter.
    3. of or pertaining to love: amorous poetry.
    4. being in love; enamored: She smiled and at once he became amorous of her.

    That's just plain sick. Explains alot, but its just plain sick.

    Seondly, I told you exactly where to find where he was encouraging these kids to lie. I'm not going back to find it. You want to find it, have at it. Even if you don't want to, encouraging kids to "learn" about the polygraph at websites whose sole purpose is to teach people techniques on how to beat the polygraph is exactly the same thing.

    Thirdly, FOUR HUNDRED PEOPLE! Oh my God! You didn't tell me that you've helped 400 people! Why, that's about 3% of the FDNY. Can you explain to us how you arrived at the conclusion that with 400 people you've helped more candidates than anyone in the US and Canada to get jobs? HINT: You can't, it's a lie.

    I am using plenty of facts, there junior. I just throw the insults in to spice it up a little.

    Tell daddy we all said hi. Too bad he can't fight his own battles.
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    If you read what I posted I said that is what my mom calls my dad when she want him, not me.

    Those four hundred people are just the ones that I have coached in person, not the ones who claim to have been helped using the products that we sell.

    I am sure that my father can fight his own battles, I just felt like putting in my own opinion. The beauty of you and your posts is that nothing drives more people to our web sites than when you post things like this. It goes up ten fold, the people stay longer, view more pages and are more likely to buy products and services. So in you quest to ďprotectĒ people from the snake oil salesman you have actually done us a great service.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FFighterRob View Post
    If you read what I posted I said that is what my mom calls my dad when she want him, not me.

    Those four hundred people are just the ones that I have coached in person, not the ones who claim to have been helped using the products that we sell.

    I am sure that my father can fight his own battles, I just felt like putting in my own opinion. The beauty of you and your posts is that nothing drives more people to our web sites than when you post things like this. It goes up ten fold, the people stay longer, view more pages and are more likely to buy products and services. So in you quest to ďprotectĒ people from the snake oil salesman you have actually done us a great service.

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    Nice try. I'm not going to stop. I do not know how you sleep at night.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GeorgeWendtCFI View Post
    Tell daddy we all said hi. Too bad he can't fight his own battles.
    And another:

    http://forums.firehouse.com/showthread.php?t=97219

    Your acts gettin' old here, bobby.

    So when you get bored you try to find some way take away the boredom and the nagging fellings inside you.

    What would you like me to do George, come out and play? For years youíve been following me around like a puppy dog with your nose up my butt challenging our material, posting insulting comments and wanting to debate, like itís some kind of sport.

    So, every time we ask you to back up your claims, you spin the truth you say youíre trying to provide, attack us and those who defend us, rummage through our web site trying to find something to discredit us. You would make a great politician.

    I would prefer to just help those interested candidates gain the needed skills to get hired.

    You say you have helped others get hired in your own way. Thatís great. Now why donít you let us help candidates get hired in our own proven way? So you post your comments and we will post ours. Deal?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CaptBob View Post
    And another:

    http://forums.firehouse.com/showthread.php?t=97219

    Your acts gettin' old here, bobby.

    So when you get bored you try to find some way take away the boredom and the nagging fellings inside you.

    What would you like me to do George, come out and play? For years youíve been following me around like a puppy dog with your nose up my butt challenging our material, posting insulting comments and wanting to debate, like itís some kind of sport.

    So, every time we ask you to back up your claims, you spin the truth you say youíre trying to provide, attack us and those who defend us, rummage through our web site trying to find something to discredit us. You would make a great politician.

    I would prefer to just help those interested candidates gain the needed skills to get hired.

    You say you have helped others get hired in your own way. Thatís great. Now why donít you let us help candidates get hired in our own proven way? So you post your comments and we will post ours. Deal?

    "Captain Bob"

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    I always back my claims up with facts old timer. That's why you rarely have the guts to address me directly.

    I will not stop because I know how bad most of these kids want a job. And paying for advice that they can get for free. Advice that is often times better, is just plain wrong. These kids are vulnerable and you take advantage of them. Just like the claim on juniors website about how you two have helped more candidates get jobs than anyone else. That is a lie that you cannot back up. It is impossible.

    I'm not going to stop. So better strap yourself in.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CaptBob View Post
    nmfire All the way through my postings I've encouraged candidates to be prepared before they show for every step of the hiring process including the poly while maintaining their honesty. Not to cheat, try to beat the system or defraud. Just being prepared to know what to expect.

    Where did you come up with that I'm directing and suggesting people to lie and not be honest? Have you actually seen these programs, not just the web sites hype? Do you think a candidate who wants to maintain their honesty can use what they want from a program to be prepared, know what to expect and still be honest? Show me where you found it.

    "Captain Bob"
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    Oooooh. Great defense. Resort to post counts!. See, here is the difference between you and me. I don't claim to be someone I'm not.

    Me either.

    I don't give people moronic advice.

    Me either. Although you're starting to sound like it.

    I generally stick to the subject matter I am good at or have some useful experience in. And when I don't know, I usually keep my mouth shut and let someone else dive in.

    You should have. Why don't you play in your own sand box next time instead of posting crap from your dispatchers chair on duty.

    In this case, I know your giving out crappy advice about the polygraph so I'm speaking up. I know this because I did manage to pass it and I did so without you or any crap website's help.

    Nice spin. I'm still waiting for your reply where I've encouaged candidates to lie and cheat?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CaptBob View Post
    Nice spin. I'm still waiting for your reply where I've encouaged candidates to lie and cheat?

    "Captain Bob"
    Capt, I previously had looked over your website on a regular basis, and looked at your materials. I now say I am done. I would prefer to get free advise from cantankerous, cranky, senile George then you. With this post, you destroyed all credibility you had with me by encouraging canidates to peruse a website that encourages canidates to basically lie (read between the lines), it is gone, and probably it ain't coming back.

    Quote Originally Posted by CaptBob View Post
    How did you prepare for the poly before you showed up?

    Often candidates are eliminated through the poly with inconclusive results. Not that you failed, but itís the same as you did. Why is that? You didnít fail and you didnít pass? Your results were inconclusive. You still donít go forward in the hiring process. I think the problem again is candidates need to prepare for the poly the same as with any segment of the hiring process.

    Randy had the same problem. He took the poly and the evaluator eliminated him with inconclusive results based on his use of pot within the last five years. He swore he had not. Yea, right you say, but thatís his story.

    So, Randy jumps on the Internet and found www.polygraph.com and www.passapolygraph.com He educated himself on what to expect. He took a poly for another agency and passes with flying colors even that inconclusive area about pot and was hired.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BLSboy View Post
    from cantankerous, cranky, senile George
    Cantankerous yes, senile maybe, but cranky???? I think George is just misunderstood

    Now go back to your Paramedic studies!

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    blsboy:

    You can read into it anything you want. Have you seen the products on those sites? How can you pass judgement until you have? Do you think a candidate who wants to maintain their honesty can use what they want from a program to be prepared, know what to expect and still be honest, not try to beat the system and not cheat? Here's one of many that did just that:

    FF/PM1 Wrote in this previous posting:

    Yes, I was asked if I had researched polygraphs in my pre-interview, but not in the actual polygraph exam. The examiner asked me why I researched polygraphs? Was I going to manipulate it? I said of course not, but I always study before going into a test, I knew nothing about polygraphs prior to my hiring process and wanted to know what they are about.

    While I am a big advocate of honesty in the hiring process, I am also an advocate on RESEARCH prior to entering into a new portion of the hiring process.

    This does not make you a "cheater" or "dishonest" for wanting to know what you are getting yourself into, just thorough.

    I researched every step of my hiring process. I learned everything I could about interviews, medicals, psych exams, polygraphs, backgrounds...not because I was trying to manipulate the system with deception or dishonesty, but I wanted to know what is next.

    Honesty was the foundation of everything during my hiring process. I used this formula.....

    If asked, a truthful answer was always given.

    If asked a question, I would answer the question honestly then be quiet.

    All other times I sat there with my mouth shut.

    I have had friends fail polygraphs, not because they were dishonest, but they were not educated for what they were getting into. They sat down and were honest, but when answering one of the polygrpaher's questions, they would answer the question and then ADD additional info not even asked for. This ultimately led to their demise.

    Learning about a polygraph does not mean I am trying to cheat it. Were you trying to cheat by going to fire stations and finding out what types of questions may be asked on the oral interview? No, you just wanted to be prepared.

    Be honest, be prepared and be consistent.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CaptBob View Post
    blsboy:

    You can read into it anything you want. Have you seen the products on those sites? How can you pass judgement until you have? Do you think a candidate who wants to maintain their honesty can use what they want from a program to be prepared, know what to expect and still be honest, not try to beat the system and not cheat? Here's one of many that did just that:

    FF/PM1 Wrote in this previous posting:

    Yes, I was asked if I had researched polygraphs in my pre-interview, but not in the actual polygraph exam. The examiner asked me why I researched polygraphs? Was I going to manipulate it? I said of course not, but I always study before going into a test, I knew nothing about polygraphs prior to my hiring process and wanted to know what they are about.

    While I am a big advocate of honesty in the hiring process, I am also an advocate on RESEARCH prior to entering into a new portion of the hiring process.

    This does not make you a "cheater" or "dishonest" for wanting to know what you are getting yourself into, just thorough.

    I researched every step of my hiring process. I learned everything I could about interviews, medicals, psych exams, polygraphs, backgrounds...not because I was trying to manipulate the system with deception or dishonesty, but I wanted to know what is next.

    Honesty was the foundation of everything during my hiring process. I used this formula.....

    If asked, a truthful answer was always given.

    If asked a question, I would answer the question honestly then be quiet.

    All other times I sat there with my mouth shut.

    I have had friends fail polygraphs, not because they were dishonest, but they were not educated for what they were getting into. They sat down and were honest, but when answering one of the polygrpaher's questions, they would answer the question and then ADD additional info not even asked for. This ultimately led to their demise.

    Learning about a polygraph does not mean I am trying to cheat it. Were you trying to cheat by going to fire stations and finding out what types of questions may be asked on the oral interview? No, you just wanted to be prepared.

    Be honest, be prepared and be consistent.
    You can try to rewrite history cap'n bobby, but you can't. I'll type slow so you can understand.

    1. No one, but no one suggested that it was a bad thing to research the polygraph and the polygraph exam. No one.

    2. You directed these kids to go to websites whose basic purpose is to teach people how to beat the polygraph. There are legitimate places to research the polygraph. But you choose to direct the impressionable kids to websites that teach deception.

    3. You and junior have huge lies on your website. I have repeatedly asked for verification that you have helped more candidates become fire fighters than anyone else. Where is the proof?

    Your credibility is gone. But I have to thank you. My IM box is lighting up with messages from people who are fed up with you. Also from people who have bought your crap and STILL don't have jobs. Maybe I will post them as "testimonials".
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    Quote Originally Posted by CaptCleo View Post
    Blah blah blah

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    As it has been pointed out numerous times by myself and others, you are directing people to websites who's purpose is teaching people how to deceive and defraud the polygraph test. This is no different than actually telling the person to deceive and defraud it yourself. And by the way, as irrelevant as your comments about my chair are, I still think this chair would give better advice than you have so far.

    Website hits generated by this thread don't mean more people are going to buy your junk. It means more people are reading what a loser you are. I went to your site too. That doesn't mean I think your helpful or I want to give you my money.
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    C'mon Bobby and Junior. We're waiting. Where is the proof for your claim that you two have helped more people become fire fighters than anyone else in the US or Canada? Where is it?
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    George,

    You have come in and made an allegation that you canít back up. I asked you for proof and you said you donít have the time or inclination to do so. You then go into our web sites and ask us to back up a claim made there. There is nothing that would interest me less. I have absolutely no desire to try and appease you. Anyone with a question can call or email me or Capt Bob anytime, but I could care less what you want. Thinking that you can take your lack of ability to back up your own claims and try and turn it around on us may be a nice try, but wonít work. What leads you believe you are the grand Pooh Bah for Firehouse.com is beyond me. Most of us have other things to do in our lives. If this is how you entertain yourself in you latter years, have at it. Post all you want, at a rate of over 3 post a day for over 8 years I am sure you will. but you wonít see us back here.

    Anyone who is interested can go to our site and read page after page of testimonies from people all over the U.S. and Canada. http://www.eatstress.com/New_Folder7/badgesnew.htm I would be ridicules to post them all, there are just too many.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FFighterRob View Post
    George,

    You have come in and made an allegation that you canít back up. I asked you for proof and you said you donít have the time or inclination to do so. You then go into our web sites and ask us to back up a claim made there. There is nothing that would interest me less. I have absolutely no desire to try and appease you. Anyone with a question can call or email me or Capt Bob anytime, but I could care less what you want. Thinking that you can take your lack of ability to back up your own claims and try and turn it around on us may be a nice try, but wonít work. What leads you believe you are the grand Pooh Bah for Firehouse.com is beyond me. Most of us have other things to do in our lives. If this is how you entertain yourself in you latter years, have at it. Post all you want, at a rate of over 3 post a day for over 8 years I am sure you will. but you wonít see us back here.

    Anyone who is interested can go to our site and read page after page of testimonies from people all over the U.S. and Canada. http://www.eatstress.com/New_Folder7/badgesnew.htm I would be ridicules to post them all, there are just too many.

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    Junior, there is a huge difference in what you are citing. I can back up what I claimed. I told you exactly where it was. It's there for anyone who wants to search that far back. It happened.

    You two, on the other hand, are liars. You have a claim on your website that you have helped more people get fire fighters jobs than anyone in the US or Canada. You then throw out a number like 400. 400? You have got to be kidding me. Admit it Junior, you made it up.

    Hey guys, after my IM box lit up the other night, someone was kind enough to forward me this email. It is from the Bobby Boys. You read it and decide for yourselves what kind of people these two are:

    Master Debaters

    I spent over 2 hours yesterday talking to candidates who have our
    program and coaching. Then they have gone on another web site with
    possible questions and suggested answers, looked at other books or done
    mock interviews. Now they want to discuss the differences and have us
    justify our formula and system. The yea, but. They've acquired all
    this information and got to the point of analysis paralysis. I refer to
    this as the woofel affect. The woofel affect is where you start walking
    in a circle. The circle and your steps get smaller. Tighter. The
    circle gets so small that you suck yourself up you own ***.

    Do we have all the answers? Our program and produces speak for
    themselves by getting a whole lot of people get hired. After trying to
    defend our process for 20 minutes to one candidate who looked at another
    so called experts web site I told him I'm not going to continue on
    talking or debating you about this because you let those bad answers do
    a mind screw on you. Go look at how many testimonies there are on those
    web sites. Then check ours: http://www.eatstress.com/testbest.htm

    From our son Captain Rob:

    It sometimes surprises me the position I find myself in talking to
    people testing for fire jobs. It doesn't happen all that often and I
    think that is why I don't see it coming. I will be working with someone
    in a coaching session, or just talking on the phone with someone that
    has questions. They will ask a few questions, nothing wrong with that,
    and then give me information they got from someone else. Apparently, an
    expert they talked to, who has given them advise that seems to conflict
    with what I am telling them. It never ceases to amaze me that someone
    who called me for advice, or is paying me to help them get their dream
    job, begins to argue and debate with me.

    Now don't get me wrong, I have nothing against asking questions, asking
    for clarification, or wondering what the reasoning is behind something.
    I wouldn't want a firefighter that didn't know to satisfy their
    curiosity. It is very frustrating for me when I hear for the second or
    third time, "My fire instructor said this", or " I read another book
    that said to handle the situation in another manner",

    I think my record and reputation can stand for themselves. I am sure
    there is no one in the U.S. that can claim to have helped as many people
    get hired than we have. So when someone wants to take the time I am
    giving them, it seems silly to debate. It would be like taking you car
    to the BMW mechanic and, while he is fixing it, telling him how your
    auto shop teacher told you to fix something.

    One of my personal achievements, of which I am most proud, was helping
    the dumbest guy in the world get a job. His dad is a firefighter and
    his son was living in his basement. He had a job, but not a good one.
    The dad called me and asked if I could help his son. I did.

    While this guy could tell the sharp end from the dull on a flat head
    axe, using his cell phone was pushing it. I have no doubt that he is a
    great firefighter right now, but he will always be a firefighter. The
    reason he got hired is because, as dumb as he was, he called me, worked
    with me, and then did everything I said. On that test I helped the sons
    of three guys that worked at the same station together get hired. You
    have never seen a happier group of guys, their sons had good jobs, and
    they were finally moving out of the house.

    While I have a great success rate helping people get hired, there are a
    few that have troubles. Most have the same thing in common. They
    consider themselves very intelligent and think they can wow the panel.
    They take the simple, elegant script we have come up with and then turn
    it into a Fabrishe Egg. I had one guy that went as far as to add the
    rainfall total for his answer what do you know about this city.

    I think the point I am trying to make here is that Capt Bob and myself
    love talking to people and answering questions. We want to help people
    have as enjoyable careers as we have had, but it just gets annoying to
    have people call for advise and begin to second guess and debate. I do
    have time to talk to whoever needs help, but I will never have time to
    debate people who call me for help, life is just too short. Good Luck,
    Capt Rob
    Isn't that special? "Don't question me. I'm cap'n bobby, dammit"! Tell me if I am wrong about these two.

    I hope, Junior, that by saying you won't beback here, you mean you won't be back on these forums. If that is what I have accomplished, it will be one of my finest moments.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FFighterRob View Post
    but you wonít see us back here.
    Y'know George and I have had some serious differences of opinion here but if he's actually convinced you two to stay off of FH.com I'll treat him to his favorite frosty beverage any time...

    Hell, somebody should give him a frackkin' medal!
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    Quote Originally Posted by DeputyMarshal View Post
    Y'know George and I have had some serious differences of opinion here but if he's actually convinced you two to stay off of FH.com I'll treat him to his favorite frosty beverage any time...

    Hell, somebody should give him a frackkin' medal!
    We actually agree on a whole lot more than we disagree if you think about it.
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    Thurs., 1:33 PM. I see you lurking, bobbie.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GeorgeWendtCFI View Post
    Thurs., 1:33 PM. I see you lurking, bobbie.
    Fri; 12:15 PM, lurking again there bobbie boy. You guys promised you were never coming back. What gives?
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