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#17387 - 11/24/02 05:20 PM Second career unreleated to electrical
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If there are any fans of irish tenor type music, you might be surprised to see who has taken up a second career. Some might know him as the EC&M Sr. Editorial Director.
http://www.joemcpartland.com/
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#17388 - 11/25/02 03:51 AM Re: Second career unreleated to electrical
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wow!

but he doesn't do that @ seminars...
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#17389 - 11/25/02 07:33 AM Re: Second career unreleated to electrical
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Are you serious?

Sounds like this guy's gotta pretty established following, it would take a lifetime of dedication to nothing but a music career to accomplish that...

I mean, I did a Google search and found out
I was a Grain Inspector. Heck, I didn't know I was!



I could be wrong, but I think that's a different guy.

If I'm wrong, I'm quitting being an EC and going to go back to making a career in music.

Heck, I mean, if it's that easy!





[This message has been edited by sparky66wv (edited 11-25-2002).]
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#17390 - 11/25/02 10:34 AM Re: Second career unreleated to electrical
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The picture is an amazing likeness. I think it's the man himself.
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#17391 - 11/25/02 10:37 AM Re: Second career unreleated to electrical
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Wow, I stand corrected...



Which, I suppose, goes to show that once you have the money you can do anything...

</insanely jealous>

No offense, I wish him all the best in his musical career!

And I should maybe decline my decision to stay home and do "office work" today!

(Office work = playing on 'puter and posting on ECN...)

Mo' money, Mo' money, Mo' money!

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#17392 - 11/25/02 11:54 AM Re: Second career unreleated to electrical
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One of Joe McP's associates from when McGraw-Hill owned EC&M was Art Freund. Art has taken a different approach—as an electrical expert witness in legal proceedings. He mentioned that attorneys pay well and promptly...if you're good they want to keep you in the loop.

[ At the risk of choking up a server, see http://powerstandards.com/FunStuff/StevenWright/StevenWright.htm ]
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