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Old 07-23-2007, 01:18 PM   #1
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what do las vegas union electricians make?


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They make 39$ and some change I think thats on your check.

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Trouble? Cheese maybe? I give up!
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you forgot the free 15 bucks in casino chips
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They make 39$ and some change I think thats on your check.
I wonder if Fred is still here 2.5 years after he asked his question?
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I wonder if Fred is still here 2.5 years after he asked his question?
I just saw that, damn Bob that is beating a dead horse.
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of course he is. He's just been waiting patiently for someone to answer his question. In the meantime, hopefully he hasn't developed a gambling and substance abuse problem, and been in and out of rehab.
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I didn't even notice that on this one.
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Default Want to join the union in houston tx. Is there any work in houston or is it slow???

My next question is how much do the union electricians make in Tx????
Thank you for your time!!!!

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$19-$25 hr in Texas, give or take.

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