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Re: New Member Comments #6832 02/01/02 08:52 PM
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Deep in the woods of West Central Wisconsin

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Re: New Member Comments #6833 02/04/02 09:36 PM
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I live in east Dallas...Licensed journeyman(SBCCI) electrician, industrial controls specialist, and professional electrical eng.instructor. Currently another Journeyman, two helpers, and myself are building a new control room, yard signalling, and metering for a large TXU electric switchyard (345KV) just east of Dallas. I got such a tickle out of "Barefoot on a Metal Ladder with a Drillmotor (in the swimming pool) I HAD to print it to take to work and show everyone (including all the linemen outside). Great laughs and I appreciate Sparky's sense of humor with "HOLY COW!!!" The TXU electrical sup's even redid that photo's caption with "Barefoot Burns"-Ladder Bandit". Last Friday, the TXU job superintendent fixed home-made Texas style deermeat chili in the biggest cast-iron skillet I've ever seen, over a propane burner in one of the work trailers. It was enough chili for ALL of us to have seconds, and then some. Being a working electrician never ceases to be a rewarding and often fun career.

Re: New Member Comments #6834 02/05/02 08:08 AM
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electrica instructor for electrical utility in houston texas.been in trade since 1973.have enjoyed this forum,found it to be very useful.

Re: New Member Comments #6835 02/05/02 09:31 AM
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Hi all:

I went through the Navy apprenticeship and finished a BSc and MSc along the way. I left a swell job (note sarcasm) as an electrical foreman at a steel mill south of Chicago to come down to sunny Georgia.

I currently work for the craziest cool company ever (we even have a car in trans-am series...look for the big green smiley)called automationdirect. I support VFD's and starters.

I have to say, this is by far the best forum I belong to. Thanks guys.

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Re: New Member Comments #6836 02/05/02 09:41 AM
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Hey Third Degree, Sounds like we are in the same area. I'm around I75 and Mockingbird.

[This message has been edited by wolfdog (edited 02-05-2002).]

Re: New Member Comments #6837 02/05/02 05:13 PM
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I'm from La Junta, Colorado, in the southeastern part of the state, along the lower Arkansas River.

Re: New Member Comments #6838 02/05/02 06:51 PM
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hi there from saludaa,s.c. been working with electricitysince i was 13or14 yrs old. like to collect old meters & battery chargers. any one out there no where i can round up a old GE I-20S meter? will pay up to $45 for one in good shape maybe more. enjoy the boads, very informative.

Re: New Member Comments #6839 02/05/02 06:55 PM
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oh boy what a day! can't spell at all i meant saluda,sc.

Re: New Member Comments #6840 02/05/02 09:35 PM
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3rd degree Burns Offline
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Yeah, Wolfdog.........pretty close. I actually live around the Lakewood Shopping Center (where Abrams crosses Gaston). Hey, what did you think of this snow today? Been a mudpit in the new Forney switchyard for us lately....of course when we eventually finish it THEN they'll bring in and lay down about 20 thousand tons of gravel.

Re: New Member Comments #6841 02/05/02 10:13 PM
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Hey Third Degree, you livin' over there with the doctors and lawyers in Lakewood. I'm right at Knox and Central.
Snow didn't bother me today. I was in a mechanical room running 2". I was dry and sort of warm.

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