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#24484 - 04/14/03 11:19 AM Appropriate address for this EC!! (this is funny)  
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P.E. Stone Electric & Datacom* at #50 Watts Street in New York City. [Linked Image]

Any other such appropriate addresses for E.C.s you can think of? Real ones only please.

*(ps) Stone is the electrical contractor that did the wiring when my employer renovated its offices. They're one of the big ones apparently...they also did electrical work at some WTC offices and also lost some people there when that thing came down a year ago.


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#24485 - 04/14/03 01:18 PM Re: Appropriate address for this EC!! (this is funny)  
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Well it doesn't have anything to do with EC, but I used to work on Easy Street in Simi Valley, CA.

It was the best job I ever had too.

GJ



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