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Old 12-03-2016, 03:34 PM   #41
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Ok, now it's clear to me that you are against that kind of practice...

My bad, for moments I though you was defending, supporting and promoting those illegal and non reliable practices.


So now I agree with you!


Thanks.

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So what you just said is that my words were wrong when you thought that I agreed with it but now they are right when he found out that I don't agree with it?
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Old 12-03-2016, 03:40 PM   #42
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So what you just said is that my words were wrong when you thought that I agreed with it but now they are right when he found out that I don't agree with it?
Not that what you was saying was wrong, because if you didn't read it in one of my replies I told that I was very aware that those scenarios you was describing really happen all the time... I was against your statements in the sense that the way you was stating them seems like you was supporting, encouraging, etc. those practices.


Now it's clear to me that you against those practices, of people who do Electrical works without License... right?
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Old 12-03-2016, 03:44 PM   #43
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You asked me if it was reliable to work that way, and I gave you an accurate answer, and you then opposed that answer.

The fact is that it's very reliable, there are companies here who have been working for decades doing electrical work without a license and no one ever stops them. The same with handyman, it's the same all over the country and probably and most other countries. So again it is a reliable way to work, some people get caught and pay the fine, but the majority don't. Whether I am for or against working like this doesn't change anything.

As a licensed contractor my own business is affected by these people to an extent, so I don't like them. But I'm still not going to lie and say that it doesn't happen.
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Here we go, let's do it, this time by sections in order to be more specific.


You just replied: ''You asked me if it was reliable to work that way, and I gave you an accurate answer, and you then opposed that answer.

The fact is that it's very reliable,...''


^ Regarding that specific question yes I opposed to your answer and I still do. The fact it isn't reliable.




You just replied: ''As a licensed contractor my own business is affected by these people to an extent, so I don't like them. But I'm still not going to lie and say that it doesn't happen.''


^ Absolutely, I know that is happening, I don't like it either... and I never said or implied the contrary.


So if you can notice I was debating you about the statement that you say it is reliable, while I think it is not. But never about the fact that it is happening.


I hope that I was very clear this time.




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Yeah I know I just disappointed you, LOL!


But it's okay, let Hack be happy, let Hack be happy ''winning'' all the time, come on sing along, Let Hack be happy...



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Now you're talking nonsense. Explain how it's not reliable.

There are contractors and handyman going on for years and decades doing unlicensed electrical work. Very rarely do they get caught And when they do they continue to do it afterwards.

Your wording of "reliable" is silly to begin with. I'm assuming you're just a retread, the fact that you are here arguing such a stupid point tells me that you are probably FrunkSlammer.
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Someone came here to ask about the laws in our state. I gave accurate advice about the law as well as started a frank discussion about how the system actually works.

You, on the other hand, have crapped the thread with stupidity. You are very typical of a young apprentice who speaks way more than he should. Either you will learn to shut your trap or you will fail in this trade like all the other loud mouth punks.
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Someone came here to ask about the laws in our state. I gave accurate advice about the law as well as started a frank discussion about how the system actually works.

You, on the other hand, have crapped the thread with stupidity. You are very typical of a young apprentice who speaks way more than he should. Either you will learn to shut your trap or you will fail in this trade like all the other loud mouth punks.
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Only one buddy. But it is beautiful.
I have two but, was born with one kidney so, only one was connected.
I didn't know it worked like that until I had the second one disconnected.
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I didn't read the whole thread, so if this is a duplicate, sorry.

My small point is that a friend would not ask you to illegally pull a permit for him to act as an EC when he has not obtained the qualifications.

IMO, you should not do this.
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