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Old 11-09-2012, 04:10 PM   #46
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YOU ARE A COPPER ???? I mean a Sheriff.

Uhhh I mean an officer. Hey what is the difference anyway?
Police officer has jurisdiction over the city he works in.....Sheriff is county wide......in other words, I can poach in Los Angeles city areas if I want....

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Dumb kids..

I see. Similar then to our OPP officers

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Old 11-09-2012, 04:25 PM   #48
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Dumb kids..

I see. Similar then to our OPP officers
If you have ever seen Reno 911.....that is my station...they filmed all of it there....and those guys are so short....
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Old 11-09-2012, 07:00 PM   #49
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I know I can't legally work in this field at my age.

However, I can take the cover off furnaces, look inside of them, point everything out, etc.

If I was prompted to, I could take a furnace apart and put it all back together. Of course I'd need help lifting everything and I'd have to get that inducer on there just right...
If you loved hvac you'd have already taken a few furnaces apart. All the rest of us hvac techs have multiple times. Hell, I have a few I mess with in my living room.
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Doc---If you ever have kids----I picture your house at Christmas---little kids unwrapping tools and furnaces----squeals of delight---- " Oh, Dad--a 135,000 BTU unit----How did you know I wanted one?"
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Doc---If you ever have kids----I picture your house at Christmas---little kids unwrapping tools and furnaces----squeals of delight---- " Oh, Dad--a 135,000 BTU unit----How did you know I wanted one?"
And the wife is saying "Honey, thank you for the new drill, it matches my blue high heels."
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And all this is helping this poor child, how?
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And the wife is saying "Honey, thank you for the new drill, it matches my blue high heels."
Yup, Makita.

Mike, I wouldn't be that guy.

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