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Old 09-25-2011, 04:46 PM   #1
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I think this gc pissed somebody off.

Trimming out an 8000 sq ft house today, couldn't get power to one of the attached garages. Took me a while to track this down, but this is what I found.:
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It must have been Shockdoc.

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Excellent detective work. What did you use to find it ?
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Old 09-25-2011, 04:51 PM   #4
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That is an awesome word, " sabotage". Sawzalls in walls have always been known to reek havoc. I even once witnessed a carpenter cutting in a thru wall AC cut right thru the mast.
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Excellent detective work. What did you use to find it ?
Probably a key hole saw...
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That cut looks to me like the "tarded" carpenters were trying to kerf cut the stud with their skilsaw to take out a bow. Hey fella's, (carpenters) you ever pause to bother to look or do you even give a rats ass about anybody else's work, or possibly the welfare and life safety of the occupants of that house?


I have this nonsense happen to me all the time. It makes me want to go purchase a 350 magnum and start using it........
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That cut looks to me like the "tarded" carpenters were trying to kerf cut the stud with their skilsaw to take out a bow. Hey fella's, (carpenters) you ever pause to bother to look or do you even give a rats ass about anybody else's work, or possibly the welfare and life safety of the occupants of that house?


I have this nonsense happen to me all the time. It makes me want to go purchase a 350 magnum and start using it........
You mean a 357 magnum ...
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You mean a 357 magnum ...
Your right Harry, shows what I know about firearms.......
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Your right Harry, shows what I know about firearms.......


On the other hand, 350 is a damn good motor
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http://www.reloadbench.com/cartridges/350rm.html
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My brain.
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Another case against romex. If they could afford a 8000sf house, they could have afforded EMT.
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Last time I encountered a close situation , I used my pliers to pull on each conductor at the box. Low and behold one started falling and gave me a direct measurement to the break.
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That cut looks to me like the "tarded" carpenters were trying to kerf cut the stud with their skilsaw to take out a bow. Hey fella's, (carpenters) you ever pause to bother to look or do you even give a rats ass about anybody else's work, or possibly the welfare and life safety of the occupants of that house?


I have this nonsense happen to me all the time. It makes me want to go purchase a 350 magnum and start using it........
The 350 rem mag was a good round in its day, maybe even a little ahead of its time. I think I may have one of those still, I have not reloaded one in years.
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Thats a pretty cool rifle if you have one:

http://www.google.com/imgres?imgurl=...9QEwBQ&dur=138
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Any GC who uses blown in insulation should be covered in Scotchkote and covered with the "insulation from hell"..

I truly HATE working in that chit..

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