Jobsite Weaponry

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svaurez

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California
If your jobsite was attacked by martians,what type of electrical apparatus would you use to defend yourself?

I would grab a 1" bender.
 

jxofaltrds

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Mike P. Columbus Ohio
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ESI
Re: Jobsite Weaponry

Originally posted by svaurez:
If your jobsite was attacked by martians :D (Martinis),what type of electrical apparatus would you use to defend yourself?

I would grab a 1" bender(blender) :D .
What ever happened to My Favorite Martian?

Mike P.
 

able123

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Location
Virginia
Re: Jobsite Weaponry

According to Fustatatus Receptacaules, a very grounded person:

A previous alien discussion mantains:

1- secure water tight service
2- pull your fuses
3- install lightning arrestor in appropriate place
4- ensure line and transformer are big enough to handle the number of martians you plan to use

If they arrive by armoured cable use plan b:
:: While wearing rubber hip boots and holding nose, enable high pressue switch to activate fan and vent the area.
Give boss martian the key to the city. If there is good wind they will not replace all switches before leaving.
 

luke warmwater

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If they attacked some of the sites I've been on, there would be no need to defend myself, as the carpenters will probably offer them a Beer and Party On.
 

Len_B

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Location
New Hampshire
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I would threaten to recalibrate their instruments with the most dangerous tool in the pouch---the trimpot screwdriver...
 

charlie

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Location
Indianapolis
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Whoa . . . was that there ah putdown to spectors? I know they ain't purfect but then no one is but the utility engineers. In fact, I was told I was a purfect . . . :D Shucks, ah thunk ah broak ma spel checker.
 

jxofaltrds

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Mike P. Columbus Ohio
Occupation
ESI
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If you are up to snuff, fear no one!

Why are any critics a problem?

If it is right it is right.

I welcome anyone telling me I did something wrong. This is not a plumbing problem where it damage something. This is electic. It could kill someone.

That said I have had @$$#ole inspectors.

If you are right--fight. If not change.
 

al hildenbrand

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Location
Minnesota
Occupation
Electrical Contractor, Electrical Consultant, Electrical Engineer
Re: Jobsite Weaponry

Grab a scrap of EMT and start blowing wirenuts at'em. :D
 

bill addiss

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Why not just throw the CodeBook at them, their resulting confusion should give you plenty of time to do anything else that you want.

:p
Bill
 

roger

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Location
Fl
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Electrician
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I agree with Bill, and Bob may be right about the consequences.

I would just let them do what ever they wanted to do, and then submitt a change order for extensions of time, materials, and extended overhead for the delay. :)

Roger
 
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