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  • #16
    Re: As a proffesional, do you use you skills in other interests?

    Originally posted by Fireguy97 View Post
    T Maple Leaf calls is "Maple Leaf Canned Meats are an appetizing source of protein and because they're from Maple Leaf you always have the assurance of quality from a brand you trust."
    Does that mean only the good kind of quality Listeriosis?

    Mick
    Ba-zing! Never too soon for Maple leaf low-blow huh? ...
    West Trail Mechanical Ltd
    Service. Commitment. Expertise.

    www.westtrailmechanical.ca

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    • #17
      Re: As a proffesional, do you use you skills in other interests?

      Originally posted by plumb4life View Post
      Tornado warnings? lol
      If i lived in a trailer , It would draw them to me..

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      • #18
        Re: As a proffesional, do you use you skills in other interests?

        I end up being the neighborhood go to guy for just about everything.
        Once the weather gets better I get the kids with busted bikes and flat tires.
        I take the time to teach them what I am doing so one day they can fix their friends flats and be the hero.Skills the will keep for the rest of their lives
        Up in Ice Road Plumbers country I imagine it getting up around 40-50 F
        and everybody in shorts and red faced..."too.....stinkin'........hot......"
        Early spring just hit here.I celebrated by tossing a decent stereo into the work truck.

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        • #19
          Re: As a proffesional, do you use you skills in other interests?

          There's a plumbing solution for almost everything. What better than Channelocks to work on just about anything?

          I remember many years ago using galvanized pipe, correctly bent, drilled, and slotted to replace the original rusted-out shift tube on a Corvair van.

          One day, I was driving down the street and the muffler exploded and fell off of it. I brought it back to the shop and used a vise to push it back together and welding skills came in real handy. (Corvair timing was very sensitive and a little adjustment stopped the backfiring.)

          I've had to learn to do all my auto mechanic work over the years, but I had a head start since I learned a lot when working for a mechanical contractor - rebuilding pumps and bearings and stuff like that.

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          • #20
            Re: As a proffesional, do you use you skills in other interests?

            I enjoy keeping the deer herd in check. Also like taking pictures of them with the trail cam. Oh, and eating them.


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