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#2181 - 06/24/01 05:49 PM Stolen Test
sparky Offline
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Registered: 10/18/00
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True / False

Electricity will leak out of pipes if they are not connected with rain tight fittings.

To trip a circuit breaker, you must stick your foot out as it walks by.

When dealing with conduit, the O.D. must exceed the I.O. or the hole will be on the outside.

A keyless fixture cannot be unlocked.

A circuit breaker reads "20" on the handle. This means it can only trip 20 times before it is worn out.

If you plug something 110 volts into a 120 volt outlet, 10 volts will leak out and make a mess.

The gauge of wire tells you how many plugs you can hook to it.

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When pulling two 4/0 wires into a 1/2" PVC conduit, the PVC stands for "Pipe Very Crowded."

A flush mount device may only be hooked up to a toilet.

Service Entrance Conductors purchased from an electrical parts house with current already in them are very dangerous to install.

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#2182 - 06/24/01 06:39 PM Re: Stolen Test
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Loc: West Virginia
HEY!

How'd you get a copy of the WV Master's test?

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#2183 - 06/25/01 02:00 PM Re: Stolen Test
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Registered: 10/19/00
Posts: 2724
Loc: Anaheim, CA. USA
Steve,

That's the funniest thing I have seen for awhile now!! I printed 4 copies of it to hand out on site - just to make the Monday Evening Demo work a little brighter!!!

I'll copy it, then give out on Wednesday while I am on site in Azusa working with multiple subs and vendors. That should help start the day out nice, despite the 5:00 AM arrival time.

[as you can see, my schedules fluctuate quite a bit!!].

Gonna have to pull out the Monty Python tapes, plus maybe some 3 stooges tapes, then post back and forth in these formats - which will most likely lead to another discussion area being created, just for the sole purpose of "coded messages" - just kidding, wink-wink, nod-nod, know what I mean, say no more! [i.e. Monty Python "Now for something completely different"].

Have some knowledge of "The Holy Grail" routines, and minimal "Life Of Brian" knowledge.
For "something completely different" have close to a Journeymans' level.

P.S. I am tossing this in here - but it reflects another post by Steve, which I cannot remember the name of. So that's where the Python stuff stems from and can be applied in small doses here.


Scott SET.

BTW: What's the royalties price I should pay you, Steve, for using this test on new applicants??? Can go as high as $100 per end user... [will Pesos be OK, or should they be converted into Salt/Spices?].

SET
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#2184 - 06/25/01 02:19 PM Re: Stolen Test
sparky Offline
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Registered: 10/18/00
Posts: 5545
actually we're probably up for copywright charges, is that the 'aurgument' or 'abuse' dept?

oh well...

always look on the bright side of life!


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#2185 - 06/25/01 08:41 PM Re: Stolen Test
Bill Addiss Offline
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Registered: 10/07/00
Posts: 4196
Loc: NY, USA
Hmm,

Looks like somebody is a CEE subscriber?
Keep a watch there ....

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#2186 - 06/26/01 03:52 PM Re: Stolen Test
electure Offline

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Registered: 12/24/00
Posts: 4226
Loc: Fullerton, CA USA
What's this? Other Pythonites on ECN?
Replies could be put in a combined format (just download to current location with your speakers on)
".....if you try to fit the 4/0 conductor into the #6 lug by cutting away strands, http://storm.prohosting.com/jklotzba/monty/bitelegs.wav

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#2187 - 06/26/01 05:13 PM Re: Stolen Test
Scott35 Offline

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Registered: 10/19/00
Posts: 2724
Loc: Anaheim, CA. USA
 Quote:
Originally posted by sparky:


always look on the bright side of life!



Now if I could only figure out how to whistle in a text version! Then I could accompany that song!
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