management at Cheaper Than Dirt and running a mail-order store for Cold Steel Knives
Two companies that haven't impressed me and are nothing like a boutique high end small business. I knew a lot of insurance people who started out at terrible companies putting their time in and went begging at decent companies and then did a great job though. I've always said you can learn more from working with a bad company/manager than you can from a good one.
Not really available my phone, e-mail, or text? Is carrier pigeon an option? I wonder how that will work in the long run.
Not that it affects me much. It will all be sorted before I am in the market for such ?semi-custom? loadings.