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Old 08-13-2011, 09:06 PM   #1
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new here just wanted to say hello checked this site out ,and decided to register and post .In a nut shell just another sparker out there used to do residential ,commercial and industrial wiring now work for the railroads as a substation electrician but still very much enjoy old work residential and troubleshooting missing the hustle of new construction ,you know putting together meter sockets in the back of the van on the way to the job to stay ahead ,running endless homeruns in the mcMansions of the late 90`s early 2000`s,switching out for days and days ,only to find out your helper missed a homerun now the second floor is only half lit ,or troubleshooting a circuit while the home owner waits for his free electrical lesson .Good times but just ranting now , anyway Im sure Ive found the right site
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Old 08-13-2011, 09:30 PM   #2
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new here just wanted to say hello checked this site out ,and decided to register and post .In a nut shell just another sparker out there used to do residential ,commercial and industrial wiring now work for the railroads as a substation electrician but still very much enjoy old work residential and troubleshooting missing the hustle of new construction ,you know putting together meter sockets in the back of the van on the way to the job to stay ahead ,running endless homeruns in the mcMansions of the late 90`s early 2000`s,switching out for days and days ,only to find out your helper missed a homerun now the second floor is only half lit ,or troubleshooting a circuit while the home owner waits for his free electrical lesson .Good times but just ranting now , anyway Im sure Ive found the right site
Welcome, where you from in Philly?
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Philly guys are taking over the forum!!!
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Old 08-13-2011, 10:33 PM   #6
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I live in delco work in philly thanks for the welcome guys
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Old 08-13-2011, 10:48 PM   #8
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Where in Delco, I am in "Upper Dumpy".
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Seems that way but Philly is a cool place from what I have heard about it.
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Seems that way but Philly is a cool place from what I have heard about it.
It ain't all bad. We've got problems just like any other big metropolis does.

Philly has a ton of great scenery, great history, alot of shopping and great food. People, for the most part, are pretty friendly and helpful.

The town has come a long way in the last 5 or 10 yrs.

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Where at in the city you guy's live?
I'm a North East guy. Pennypack Park.
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Old 09-13-2011, 11:37 PM   #18
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Raised in Bucks County.

Moved to Fishtown after Highschool.

Currently reside in Roxborough.
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