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FriscoWilderness


Nov 12, 2012, 5:31 AM

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Re: [guangzhou] Schooling
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I respect other peoples opinion and i know about the different views about the amga. Im one of those that believe the amga has a great program for aspiring guides, and it says alot for those that take their time and money to go through it. Its not for everyone but for myself and my business I feel it brings credibility to a business that is currently unregulated where its difficult for the layman to tell the good from the bad and to make an informed decision were lives are at stake. You said it yourself, have a tax question go to a cpa, if your looking for a guide find one thats certified by one of the two major cerifying organizations in the states not just someone that says they know something, but there guides and climbers out there that feel the opposite, so we do agree on that. i didnt say their the be all end all.

There is the right way, the wrong way and a million different ways of doing things and people should respect that. I appretiate you doing your due diligence of checking my background and business before attempting to loud mouth me again, Im not hidng, my link is in my profile for everyone to see. Not sure what your attempting to do by posting it except giving us some free marketing cause im proud of who we are, what we are doing and how we do it, but it does say alot about you as a person, a loud mouth holy'er than thou, im right everyone else is wrong ass, and i hope others will be able to see that as well. As you can see we are in the amga guide program and as the lead guide at my business i feel i should at a minimum be amga RIC and thats what im doing currently along with actual experience in the realm in which we guide. Everyone has to start somewhere.

Like I said before everything that I wrote was just my opinion it didnt come from the bible. Take it for what it is worth, a grain of salt.

In case you missed the link, here it is again:

http://www.northtexasopc.com/about/staff/

And just so you know its not personal, my company has been a fan of your facebook page when you first started construction.


Sorry i dont meet your worthiness to have an opinion.

Cheers
Christopher Gibson
The North Texas Outdoor Pursuit Center


(This post was edited by FriscoWilderness on Nov 12, 2012, 11:24 AM)



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