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Came into work this morning to find only about half the lights would turn on, none of the three phase stuff would come on, and basically I couldn't do anything. Turns out there had been a ground fault on one of the branch lines, and it actually melted the main coming onto the property.
The power company was nice enough to shut everything off completely after a couple hours, so I got nothing done. Of course, the manager had the ***** to ask me why everyone else went home. I told him a circle jerk was only fun for a little while-
On the plus side, now I can look for a better job this afternoon instead of waiting till Friday. I wonder what kind of fun and excitement will happen tomorrow?
Real trucks have the key on the left FTE Guidelines
I went from Winchester Bay, OR to Eatonville, WA to Buckley, WA to Auburn, WA in about 10 hours yesterday with hung over. What a drive last night. Planned on taking today off plus last Friday for about a month. Great trip. Brought home sand in everything.
After 10 years, its gone...2002 F350 Loaded with a lot of goods and time
1999 F350 stock as stock can get. Ignition kill switch and Trailer Brakes. Sold it...way to much blow by.
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