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Discussion in 'The Breakroom' started by SAKplumber, Jan 31, 2013.
That is an amazing picture..thank you so much for sharing
A lot of you guys have some cool / unique jobs!
Thank you. I'll try and post some more. I have lots!
EDC and Land Rovers, nice combination
This is what I work on...
Looks like a fun job!
Here is mine...
I was going to post a pic but then realized I don't work or have a job!
That's unusual to see a 407 offshore. Usually they use twin engine, dual pilots over water. Crazy OGP guidelines need the second engine to take you to the scene of the crash and the second pilot to confirm you going down.
Great mascot! That is a very kitty place to lay, isn't it?
You really know how to hurt a guy, don't you?
It depends on what contract I work on. Others we use a 212 and one an EC145. We are only 2-5 miles from shore, so it's not far. Usually a supply boat in very close proximity as well.
He loves to lay there
I work onshore in exploration. Most of the helicopters we use are single engine A-stars, 205's are most common. 212's occasionally.
Love the Cook Inlet we have had jobs I have been able to visit there in the last few years. Kind of cool looking out onto the water from camp at night and seeing the lights from all the rigs etc out there.
Killjoy I just watched the episode of Dual Survivor where Dave trapped a skunk . Did this one get you?
Props on the desk too. nice!
i actually managed to avoid getting sprayed even though i really made it mad trying to get the darn thing out of there..
I recently found out I can't post photos of my job site either...bummer. Secret manufacturing secrets are secret. I've enjoyed everyone's photos and stories tremendously!
I did maintenance work and property management for 26 years and the plumbing stories here made me remember bad things....
- I've pulled river rats out of main stacks (I bet SAK has seen a few of those rats the size of cats Downtown)
- Tons of lady products, toys, Barbie heads, and such from traps and drains
- Had tenants leave animals in houses after they moved and had to remove the bodies (sad work)
- Had tenants leave a house for months with the doors open so the dobermans could get in from outside
- Been chased out of crawlspaces by mama possums TWICE!!! my they play dead!
- Trapped and removed entire families of racoons from attics. Relocated to a local park. This is an extreme sport and should not be tried at home.
- Had evictions where gun barrels slid out from under cracked window sashes
- Had elderly women threaten me, offer to protect me from dogs, cook me breakfast when I was hung over, and try to steal my truck
That's just a few off the top of my head. The absolute worst stories are tenants who've said "I haven't seen anything" when I returned to the property to ask about a lost flashlight, Skeletool, knife, tool, or anything else I ever left on a job .
You know, now that I think about it factory work isn't all that bad.
Well done, sir!!