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#116592 - 04/13/04 05:11 AM A Good (Bad) One!
electure Offline

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I found this gem on my way to the supply house. It has since been changed
Not by me though!

Obsaleet (Phil)



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#116593 - 04/13/04 05:17 PM Re: A Good (Bad) One!
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Was it raining when you took that picture? It looks like the section of wall behind the cables and the meter boxes is damp. Or is it burn marks?

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#116594 - 04/13/04 05:25 PM Re: A Good (Bad) One!
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Sorta' looks like some of electure's special "industrial romex"? Er, tray cable...

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#116595 - 04/13/04 08:38 PM Re: A Good (Bad) One!
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That's one hell of a drip loop

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#116596 - 04/13/04 09:46 PM Re: A Good (Bad) One!
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Electure has his own line of Romex? I wonder is he's jacked his prices up too!

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#116597 - 04/14/04 01:39 PM Re: A Good (Bad) One!
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Electure’s Prestige Line of “Hollywood Boulevard Gold” Tray Cable featured at www.sce.com/sc3/008_sales/008d_film_loc is the only one approved for use on movie sets by the Screen Actors Guild and the SoCal Edison props department. ;-} (Sorry.)

Also can be supplied to match custom gaffer-tape colors featured exclusively at ProGaff and used expecially with CablePath Ultra




[This message has been edited by Bjarney (edited 04-14-2004).]

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#116598 - 04/14/04 08:55 PM Re: A Good (Bad) One!
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This riser deserves a "SAG" award!

(I couldn't help myself! excuse me while I take my medication! )

_Randy

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#116599 - 04/15/04 05:47 AM Re: A Good (Bad) One!
electure Offline

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If I'm going to work in Hollywood, I'll need to get a "proper" truck.
What do you think of something like
this with a Royal or Harbor service bed installed??



I could pin-stripe it with the neon pink and neon green "Gaffer's Tape".

Might have to adjust my rates due to overhead costs..
The price of doing business in Southern California ...S

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#116600 - 04/15/04 07:29 AM Re: A Good (Bad) One!
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Perfect, Scott. [Buy a Hummer for the hired help, too.]

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#116601 - 04/17/04 09:44 AM Re: A Good (Bad) One!
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If youre going that far.... You might as well go all the way! One of these with a McWelco rack.. You'll never be late again!


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