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Craigslist "Electrition"

Found on Craigslist, a self proclaimed licensed electrition.
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Nice assortment of both electrical and plumbing materials.

I wonder what area this professional works in.



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Not sure about this particular guy but this is not really that uncommon. I see plumbing fittings all around the country and Rodalco says that was plumbing fittings I saw in New Zealand.


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Did the CL "electrician" get their license in a Cracker Jack box?

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Bought it on Craigslist


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