As of right now I'd be a field electrician. I don't have my license just yet but I am going to school right now. Tonight I learned about current leading the voltage and inductive reactance, capacitant reactance, phase angles, and so on. Exciting stuff I tell ya!
Anyway, I did stay in Charlotte, NC for 3 months in 1989 so I am fully aware how different everything is compared to New Jersey. I have admit though, I knew nothing about the shoes thing
I'll make a note of that.
If, and that's a big if, and when I go down there, I would want to be licensed. I don't think it'd be a good idea to move down there without one, being a Yankee and all.
But for the most part I get along with southerners from my experiences in the service, there was never a problem then so why would there be one now?
[This message has been edited by ShockMe77 (edited 03-07-2006).]