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#22457 - 02/22/03 02:07 PM Job Opening (NO heavy lifting)
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Registered: 01/12/02
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Loc: Holden, MA USA
The Good news--- Steve Thomas is leaving This Old House after this season which means opening for new host. The Bad news--- I have a face made for electrical bulletin boards.

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#22458 - 02/22/03 03:50 PM Re: Job Opening (NO heavy lifting)
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Registered: 03/24/01
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Loc: So San Francisco CA
Maybe you could pitch the Wilson from Home Improvement angle. Always have something strategically between you and the camera.

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#22459 - 02/23/03 03:05 PM Re: Job Opening (NO heavy lifting)
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Registered: 08/10/01
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Loc: Chestertown, MD, USA
Now if they could just get Steve to replace Bob V.

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#22460 - 02/23/03 06:51 PM Re: Job Opening (NO heavy lifting)
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Registered: 04/20/02
Posts: 928
Loc: Alpharetta, GA
I never understood why that Steve dude was on there anyway. Before starting the show, the only remodeling he had done was on a boat. I say just leave the show to Norm and Tom. They've got a good plumber on the show, but they really need a good electrician. Perhaps an ECN member in the Boston area could apply.

[This message has been edited by Electric Eagle (edited 02-24-2003).]

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#22461 - 02/24/03 06:43 AM Re: Job Opening (NO heavy lifting)
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Seems like the electrician they use is pretty good. I have been hounding Tom Silva for years. He has a really great company and I would like to get in on some of his work. I worked with a guy who helped wire Norm's house a few years back but we lost touch. He could have been my connection. Time to plot my next move!

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