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Old 01-26-2011, 03:04 PM   #1
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Anyone on this forum a member of local 104

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Or is anyone in any other local for a outside lineman

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Mostly narrowbacks on this forum.

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What is a narrowback
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What is a narrowback
Inside wireman.
Lineman are called Broadbacks. Slang around here for years.

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Trying to get into local 104. Had my interview in February, just waiting now

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