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Old 10-12-2017, 09:02 PM   #21
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I'm going to send a strongly worded email to the major panel manufacturers telling that that Paul from "The Carolinas" doesn't like the way their breakers smell. Strongly worded. Strongly.
Once the girls in the secretarial pool stop laughing they will file that where it belongs.
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I'm going to send a strongly worded email to the major panel manufacturers telling that that Paul from "The Carolinas" doesn't like the way their breakers smell. Strongly worded. Strongly.
Work with me a few hours after a good Mexican lunch and you will be smelling something besides circuit breakers.
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