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post #7576 of 41864 Old 03-16-2012, 01:23 PM Thread Starter
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i need an electrician, anybody know a good one?

I need somebody to install 3 120v outlets at a job I'm bidding, in a back yard.


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i need an electrician, anybody know a good one?

I need somebody to install 3 120v outlets at a job I'm bidding, in a back yard.
My brother is a journey man electrician. I can give him a call if you want.

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i need an electrician, anybody know a good one?

I need somebody to install 3 120v outlets at a job I'm bidding, in a back yard.
Vegas ZJ's brother is a good electrician.
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Vegas ZJ's brother is a good electrician.
Oh yeah you've seen his garage

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Oh yeah you've seen his garage
Yea, he is a bad *** really. His garage is epic.
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What are you men using to backup your hard drives? I have years of pictures I don't want lost. I currently have them on a few terabyte hard drives, but was wondering if there was something else or a better way.

Does anyone use Carbonite service?

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My brother is a journey man electrician. I can give him a call if you want.
i dont know what that means, but i need somebody licensed and whatnot.

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I just took a crap and realized there is no toilet paper in this bathroom.
Sock. Or Curtains. Or your cat.
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i dont know what that means, but i need somebody licensed and whatnot.
He's not licensed as a contractor. He has a journey man license i guess it would be kinda like a masters in the trade. He does work on the side for extra money

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after seeing the cost of running a newer car here, I wonder if we are going to stay here after the boss gets out of the AF. The way that I see it, and not that I like Texas, that is far from the truth. When we got a car in Texas, we paid the same tax rate (granted the was no credit for the trade in), no smog, $60 a year for registration, insurance was the same, gas was lower, and there was no state income taxes either. So why would it be $60 to register my car in Texas yet it is over $400 a year here? If you register two cars here that are around 20-25k... that is $800 a year. I just think about all the Jeep parts that I could buy for that much.

Now I see why they have a constable that his only job is to enforce out of state tags. I am very happy that they do have a military clause so we pay under $40 a year.

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I am always interested when I see your posts on Texas and how you hate it so! My buddy also in the Air Force, absolutely loves Texas. He raves about it every day and can't wait to move back. My experience with Texas has been less than ideal, but I wouldn't mind living there now.

Spent Basic Training there, then my first Tech School at Wichita Falls, then a couple years later, got arrested in Abilene. So I would say Texas has not been all that great to me.
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i dont know what that means, but i need somebody licensed and whatnot.
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A journeyman is someone who has completed an apprenticeship and is fully educated in a trade or craft, but not yet a master. To become a master, a journeyman has to submit a master work piece to a guild for evaluation and be admitted to the guild as a master.
From what I understand a journeyman electrician is licensed.
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Sock. Or Curtains. Or your cat.
Duck walk of shame to the TP closet. Cat was too fast.
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A journeyman is someone who has completed an apprenticeship and is fully educated in a trade or craft, but not yet a master. To become a master, a journeyman has to submit a master work piece to a guild for evaluation and be admitted to the guild as a master.
Or successfully complete 100 quests at level 60. In older versions, you could self appoint yourself as Dungeon Master.

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Hey doc, or anyone, I have this giant palm tree and I don't want it. I know some people would come dig it up, pay me a little and then take it and sell it. Anyone know I anyone that would buy it, dig it up and take it? Let me know.
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