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Jul 10, 2005 5:21 pm

As much as I try to keep up, I had not noticed a new designation offered by The American College. The FSS, or Financial Services Specialist.

Apparently, they are taking the high impact sales training of the LUTC program and adding some classes to broaden it's appeal to financial services professionals who may not specialize in insurance.

I think this is fantastic news!

Here's a link where you can learn more:

http://www.theamericancollege.edu/ProspectiveStudents/Desig nations/fss.asp


I've been moderating the online courses for several years now, and up until now, the LUTC program was probably the only high impact sales training available from an accredited higher education institution (that focused on financial services).


Jul 10, 2005 5:27 pm
Roger Thornhill:

Here's a link where you can learn more:

http://www.theamericancollege.edu/Prospective_Students/Desig nations/fss.asp


I've been moderating the online courses
for several years now, and up until now, the LUTC program
was probably the only high impact sales training available
from an accredited higher education institution (that focused on
financial services).





One would think that somebody who had been "moderating the online
courses for several years" would be aware of a new development at the
American College before the rest of us.



Just what does it mean to "moderate" an online course Roger?  Is
it a lot like reading message boards but not contributing--or
contributing for that matter.  Are you moderating this forum too?

Jul 10, 2005 5:50 pm
Put Trader:

One would think that somebody who had been "moderating the online courses for several years" would be aware of a new development at the American College before the rest of us.


Most people would think, but since you're not among the thinkers...


I already have plenty of education. I don't visit TAC's web site very often, except when I need to. Today, I sent a link to a prospective student and I noticed the changes.


Unlike you, the crack addict, I actually share new information with others. A rising tide lifts all boats, which is why I help rookies.


I haven't read a single post by you that helped anyone, unless you count the laughter you cause. Every court needs a jester, and you're it.

Put Trader:

Just what does it mean to "moderate" an online course Roger?  Is it a lot like reading message boards but not contributing--or contributing for that matter.  Are you moderating this forum too?


Are you brain dead?

Jul 10, 2005 5:53 pm
Roger Thornhill:
Put Trader:

One would think that
somebody who had been "moderating the online courses for several years"
would be aware of a new development at the American College before the
rest of us.


Most people would think, but since you're not among the thinkers...


I already have plenty of education. I don't visit TAC's web site
very often, except when I need to. Today, I sent a link to a
prospective student and I noticed the changes.


Unlike you, the crack addict, I actually share new information with
others. A rising tide lifts all boats, which is why I help rookies.


I haven't read a single post by you that helped anyone, unless you
count the laughter you cause. Every court needs a jester, and you're it.

[quote=Put
Trader] Just what does it mean to "moderate" an online course
Roger?  Is it a lot like reading message boards but not
contributing--or contributing for that matter.  Are you moderating
this forum too?[/quote]


Are you brain dead?





Pathetic response, absolutely pathetic.



Are you just another goofball who figures that rookies cannot handle a dose of reality?



I ask again, what does it mean to "moderate" an online course? 
Surely you're not suggesting that you do the equivalent of teaching
it--what a joke that would be.

Jul 10, 2005 6:05 pm
Put Trader:


Pathetic response, absolutely pathetic.

drivel snipped


I agree, you are pathetic. Go smoke.

Jul 11, 2005 9:39 am
Roger Thornhill:

"..... high impact sales training of the LUTC program ...."*



* tacky plaid sports coat not included in tuition cost.

Jul 11, 2005 9:56 am
stanwbrown:
Roger Thornhill:

"..... high impact sales training of the LUTC program ...."*


* tacky plaid sports coat not included in tuition cost.





Were you at that NAIFA meeting on Long Island?

Jul 11, 2005 10:23 am
stanwbrown:

* tacky plaid sports coat not included in tuition cost.


You must be looking for a replacement for your threadbare tacky plaid sports coat.


Ask Put...he has several. He could loan you one until you save up enough to buy your own.

Jul 11, 2005 10:36 am
Roger Thornhill:
stanwbrown:

* tacky plaid sports coat not included in tuition cost.


You must be looking for a replacement for your threadbare tacky plaid sports coat.


Ask Put...he has several. He could loan you one until you save up enough to buy your own.



Yeah, that's it. I don't own a "Bob, the insurance guy" bright pink and green plain sport coat because I can't afford one.


Say, the insurance guy in "Groundhog Day", did you get paid to do that, or was it a freebie?

Jul 11, 2005 10:38 am
stanwbrown:

Yeah, that's it. I don't own a "Bob, the insurance guy" bright pink and green plain sport coat because I can't afford one.

Say, the insurance guy in "Groundhog Day", did you get paid to do that, or was it a freebie?



So my advice was spot on. Go borrow a coat, boy.

Jul 11, 2005 10:39 am
Put Trader:
stanwbrown:
Roger Thornhill:

"..... high impact sales training of the LUTC program ...."*





* tacky plaid sports coat not included in tuition cost.




Were you at that NAIFA meeting on Long Island?




Stop it! You mean insurance bigots.



Booo-hooo, boo-hoo (cyber sucking my bottom-lip and stomping a foot

while placing both hands on hips). MENOTELLNAME, please use some of

your mensan-sized powers to make them stop. Zero, maybe the

Cut&paste-negatronizer or some Booker-eTal-Dumb-Ass-Dynomite

(Betal-DAD) will do the job. Please help, SuperMenso (cue anything from

Curtis Mayfield - I especially like" Pusherman" - how about a remake

--> Putsyman).



Jul 11, 2005 10:41 am

I'm bustin' a gut laughin'



I need some tissue...Now Melissa wants to know why I'm laughing. My whole office will be in here soon.

Jul 11, 2005 10:48 am

I'm bustin' a gut laughin'



I need some tissue...Now Melissa wants to know why I'm laughing. My whole office will be in here soon.

[/quote]



What a sad-sack place that must be. A certifiable cretin sitting

in the corner laughing as if he has lost his mind while the fat clerk

stares in disbelief.

Jul 11, 2005 10:59 am
Put Trader:

What a sad-sack place that must be.  A certifiable cretin sitting in the corner laughing as if he has lost his mind while the fat clerk stares in disbelief.


Is that what you imagine when you take a hit on the ol' crack pipe, boy? 


Melissa is 5'10" and she might weigh 130. She did the www.hotornot.com thing last year, and ranked above a 9. I think she runs about 6 or 7 miles per day. She probably knows more about this business than you do, too, and she's just my assistant.


She just rolled her eyes when I told her what you posted. Okay, gotta go. Mel's got my next appointment waiting on me in conference room 2. Dosvidaniya, crack boy.

Jul 11, 2005 11:43 am
Roger Thornhill:
Put Trader:

What a sad-sack place
that must be.  A certifiable cretin sitting in the corner laughing
as if he has lost his mind while the fat clerk stares in disbelief.


Is that what you imagine when you take a hit on the ol' crack pipe, boy? 


Melissa is 5'10" and she might weigh 130. She did the www.hotornot.com
thing last year, and ranked above a 9. I think she runs about 6 or 7
miles per day. She probably knows more about this business than you do,
too, and she's just my assistant.


She just rolled her eyes when I told her what you posted. Okay,
gotta go. Mel's got my next appointment waiting on me in conference
room 2. Dosvidaniya, crack boy.





Yep, most highly qualfied business women post their picture on
hotornot.com--I'm sure Babblinglooney does it several times a year.



WAIT, did you say you have a client waiting in conference room 2? 
I thought you did all your work at the end of twelve mile long
driveways that intersect rural routes thirty miles from town?



What a joke this guy is.

Jul 11, 2005 11:52 am
Mojo:
Put Trader:
stanwbrown:
Roger Thornhill:

"..... high impact sales training of the LUTC program ...."*



* tacky plaid sports coat not included in tuition cost.




Were you at that NAIFA meeting on Long Island?



Stop it! You mean insurance bigots.


Does that make me and anti-insurite? I'll reexamine my soul on that one. I enjoy your posts too much to want to be on the wrong side of you. Perhaps there's some sensitivity training I could attend? <?:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" />


Jul 11, 2005 11:54 am
Roger Thornhill:
Put Trader:

What a sad-sack place that must be.  A certifiable cretin sitting in the corner laughing as if he has lost his mind while the fat clerk stares in disbelief.


Is that what you imagine when you take a hit on the ol' crack pipe, boy? 


Melissa is 5'10" and she might weigh 130. She did the www.hotornot.com thing last year, and ranked above a 9. I think she runs about 6 or 7 miles per day. She probably knows more about this business than you do, too, and she's just my assistant.


She just rolled her eyes when I told her what you posted. Okay, gotta go. Mel's got my next appointment waiting on me in conference room 2. Dosvidaniya, crack boy.



I’m sure I’m not the only one here impressed to find someone with a fantasy life as well developed as Put and Tellmenotruth have. You three belong in the DSM-IV 

Jul 11, 2005 1:21 pm
Put Trader:

  
Yep, most highly qualfied business women post their picture on
hotornot.com--I'm sure Babblinglooney does it several times a year.


 What a joke this guy is.





I am going to post a picture on Hotornot.com of Willie Sutton with the
title "Putsy Trader aka  John Dillinger." Did you know, one of
these men,  when asked why he robbed banks, replied "because
that's where the money is."  Hint: 
Ask any nearby Gowanus Lily of the brook if she has "white negro"
family ties. I am a cookin in Crooklyn, one potato, two potatoe (VP
spelling)...

Jul 11, 2005 1:37 pm
stanwbrown:

Does
that make me and anti-insurite? I'll reexamine my soul on that one. I
enjoy your posts too much to want to be on the wrong side of you.
Perhaps there's some sensitivity training I could attend?






Well now that you metion it, there is this double-secret highly
confidential meeting of the minds later this month. Imagine the scene
from "Forest Gump"  where the weather-underground-wanabe's meet
the black-power-sugar-hill-gang in DC...now fastforward to a certain
"Apartment-Hotel" where his Emensa-imenent meets with his posse for a
nice game of bridge, porkrinds and poetry. I can almost hear "When's
Stan gonna get here with the hot sauce."  Slide me some skin takes
on a whole new meaning within that circle of brotherly love.

Jul 11, 2005 1:53 pm
Put Trader:
Roger Thornhill:
Put Trader:

One would think that
somebody who had been "moderating the online courses for several years"
would be aware of a new development at the American College before the
rest of us.


Most people would think, but since you're not among the thinkers...


I already have plenty of education. I don't visit TAC's web site
very often, except when I need to. Today, I sent a link to a
prospective student and I noticed the changes.


Unlike you, the crack addict, I actually share new information with
others. A rising tide lifts all boats, which is why I help rookies.


I haven't read a single post by you that helped anyone, unless you
count the laughter you cause. Every court needs a jester, and you're it.

[quote=Put
Trader] Just what does it mean to "moderate" an online course
Roger?  Is it a lot like reading message boards but not
contributing--or contributing for that matter.  Are you moderating
this forum too?[/quote]


Are you brain dead?





Pathetic response, absolutely pathetic.



Are you just another goofball who figures that rookies cannot handle a dose of reality?



I ask again, what does it mean to "moderate" an online course? 
Surely you're not suggesting that you do the equivalent of teaching
it--what a joke that would be.





And are you just another old fool who's lived in the world of useless
bloated overhead(er I mean Sr. VP of Administration and ordering
pencils) who thinks he has any true grasp of reality to dispense to the
rookies?