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#113565 07/19/02 10:36 AM
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I guess one of the few positive things you could say about this is that someone has enough snap to be using a fiberglass ladder
(maybe it's the POCO getting ready to terminate service...?).

The way some of those ells are positioned, it kinda reminds me of the spit valves on my son's trumpet. [Linked Image]

Mike (mamills)

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#113566 07/22/02 04:53 AM
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maybe he's just a member of the Swedish Weaving team [Linked Image]

#113567 09/04/02 06:52 PM
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ONE THING ABOUT IT GUYS, GVE THE MAN CREDIT, HE KNOW'S/CAN INSTALL PVC PIPE. MAYBE NOT THE WAY WE ARE ACCUSTOM TO IT.
I KNOW THERE ARE SOME EC OUT THERE THAT CAN NOT INSTALL IT ANY WAY. HAD TO JUMP IN AND GIVE THE GUY CREDIT WHERE CREDITS DUE.

I DIDNT SAY THAT I WOULD APPROVE IT. [Linked Image]

#113568 09/17/02 12:09 AM
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hope the plumbers in the area are a little more bright than that, mybe they will tap it to run a sprinkler system?


I did not get as think so badly as you shocked I did.
#113569 07/21/05 12:11 PM
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If you're not supposed to put so many conduits in one box, there wouldn't be so many knockouts [Linked Image] (or whatever they're called in outdoor boxes), or wait, did he break out the drill???

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Is there anyone on board who knows how to fly a plane?
#113570 07/21/05 03:41 PM
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Twelve pull els and two support straps.

It must have been a T&M job.

His motto?

Yesterday I couldn't spell electrician...
Now I is one!

Dave

SPELLING

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#113571 07/22/05 01:23 AM
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whoa, what the....


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#113572 07/22/05 10:26 AM
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when I first glanced at this, I thought my "pipeline" screen saver was interfering with the photo [Linked Image]

#113573 07/22/05 11:04 AM
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I suspect someone is pulling our legs here...

I'm thinking that after the pictures where taken, the unglued pieces of pipe that make up this art object were pulled apart, and all the fittings returned to their respective bins in the van.

I think this because there is no point to this "spider web" of pipe--a lot of it just goes around in circles.

[This message has been edited by SolarPowered (edited 07-22-2005).]

#113574 07/22/05 05:06 PM
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The quality of engineers just like electricians is variable from genius down to complete chumps Scott Adams in his book The Dilbert Principle had a poke at us engineers claiming we had no social graces at all and drew an engineer called Boron the most boring man in the entire universe who bored an entire Marketing Department to death talking about assynchronous protocols Blah Blah Blah Blah Blither Blah Blah Blah Blah Blither Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah Blither Blah Blither Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah Bah Blah the bulb would not screw in at all then I discovered the idiots had put two little pins on the cap so I got my needle file set out and got to work well it only took me five hours but eventually I filed a good fit in the thread after I used the rifflers on it I got a complete set of No 2 thro 8 rifflers they're brilliant for fine work getting the radius on the end of the pins was the hardest bit I got a good mind to write a stiff letter to the factory its a disgrace it would never have happened in my day its all these imports we got plenty of good engineers here Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah Blither Blah Blah Blah BlahBlah Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah Blither Blah Blah.
Alan, GCE O level Eng.Lang., Eng.Lit., Math, Biology, Physics, Chemistry, History, Geography, Religeous Studies, Art; GCLI: CP4[Mech. Eng.]; CGLI: T5[Mech. Eng.]; HNC[Mech. Eng.], Dip.Mech.Eng.[Warwick]; 20 yards Swimming Certificate (breast stroke) [Linked Image]
Edited for spelling and grammatical errors Blah Blah Blah continued on page 94......


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