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Old 04-16-2011, 06:11 PM   #1
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Hello all I have been lurking in the background reading all the old posts and getting a feel for you guys for about a week and decided to register so I can add my two cents.
I am a commercial electrician in PA mostly doing office tenant fitouts. While sensormatic installs keep us afloat during slow periods.
I hope to get to know you guys and hopefully I can offer something to this forum.
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Old 04-16-2011, 06:15 PM   #2
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Hello all I have been lurking in the background reading all the old posts and getting a feel for you guys for about a week and decided to register so I can add my two cents.
I am a commercial electrician in PA mostly doing office tenant fitouts. While sensormatic installs keep us afloat during slow periods.
I hope to get to know you guys and hopefully I can offer something to this forum.
Welcome to the forum Enjoy the fun...
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Hello all I have been lurking in the background reading all the old posts and getting a feel for you guys for about a week and decided to register so I can add my two cents.
I am a commercial electrician in PA mostly doing office tenant fitouts. While sensormatic installs keep us afloat during slow periods.
I hope to get to know you guys and hopefully I can offer something to this forum.
Sensormatic as in toilets?
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Sensormatic as in toilets?
Sensormatic as in CCTV, loss prevention, and inventory control devices.
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Sensormatic as in CCTV, loss prevention, and inventory control devices.
Those things that cause all the noise when you leave a store without paying for something.
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Those things that cause all the noise when you leave a store without paying for something.
Exactly! But I like the idea of calling them toilets better now that I think about it.
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Sensormatic as in CCTV, loss prevention, and inventory control devices.
Oh, you mean those things that make me pay for something at the register, walk 30 feet, beep, and make me prove I just paid for the items? Yeah, love those things. I once told a Kohl's loss prevention lady to call the police if she didn't like the fact that I didn't care to show her my receipt when she asked me to. I knew I hadn't stolen anything, and was sure their Sensormatic thing was effed up.
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Oh, you mean those things that make me pay for something at the register, walk 30 feet, beep, and make me prove I just paid for the items? Yeah, love those things.
Spent about a year remodeling an open large Kohls like store, we would always grab the senders out of the back room and put them in others tool boxes to the point security just stopped paying attention. Good times.
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Welcome to the forum OHMsFolly.


I was in a dept store a while back, a father and probably 7 or 8 year old son were looking at jeans or something next to me.

The kid looked at the little sensor device that is attached the clothes and asked " Dad, what's this plastic thing for?"

The dad replied "Well son, that is a security device to prevent people from stealing clothes, if you try to steal something that thing will blow your hands off when you walk out the door."
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Old 04-25-2011, 06:29 PM   #15
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Welcome to the forum OHMsFolly.

I was in a dept store a while back, a father and probably 7 or 8 year old son were looking at jeans or something next to me.

The kid looked at the little sensor device that is attached the clothes and asked " Dad, what's this plastic thing for?"

The dad replied "Well son, that is a security device to prevent people from stealing clothes, if you try to steal something that thing will blow your hands off when you walk out the door."
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