Type: Posts; User: 537refergirl
Consider it done.
Ah, well that answers that. TY. ;)
Met with the head honchos for the job I'm starting on Monday, and what does he ask me when he hears my Boston accent? "Do you know Jane" I'm like WTF?!? :eek: I thought hmmm, your the third person...
I only do that when I'm taking a service call in the hood at 3 am.
Nothing like taking a sharp corner and having an adjustable whack ya in the knee.
Actually I am off today :p Start a new job next week. Am on my way to take
a drug test....I didn't study....but I know I'll ace it. Good thing they don't test for beer. :eek:
Well I definitely resemble the last part. :D
I'm gonna say no, since I don't know who/what sweet jane is. I've heard of Mary Jane.
A little over 5 years, but I work from NH to RI...I don't mind windsheild time. Switching from service to pipefitting for the winter though this year. Service is soo slow, I don't wanna be out of...
I wanted to ask, but didn't wanna keep hijacking that other thread.
SO, do you work for yourself or for a comapny? Just wonderin'
It's pouring out and days like today are easy money.
"The A/C is leaking, I need service ASAP!"
95% of the time...it's the roof. ;)
Are you interveiwing in the city or outside of it? I find lots of in-house here in Boston, you gotta know someone. Do you have a previous employer who might be black balling you? :confused:
You can count me in. ;)
I left JCI at the end of April. And don't regret it for one second!! I was on the national accounts side, where many of the guys I still talk to aren't getting 40. But the Core group (chiller guys)...
Atta boy!! (took a 2nd gander)
Liquid nail is under used in my opinion. ;)
Yah I used to see quite a bit of dodges and chevys but now it's ford country.
I'm going with that. :D
I just left a company that serviced Starbucks....eew. I'm a honey dew/marylou's girl unless it's beer time of course. ;)
you could just bungee it back up with your nitro bungee system :eek:
ha ha ha ha j/k
The pharmacies I do, I use the brush, then nitro with a vacuum trying to suck the crap out of the air.
I didn't say it worked the best...but that's what I do.
I'll give ya ten bucks you can come see me... :D
Dude, that's not fair to include all union guys like that
...it's almost like hating a whole ethnic group of people for what a handful of people did. Nuff said.
Thanks!! I enjoy the change in the winter, steady shift, no OT, plenty of extra time to shovel. :rolleyes:
I'm moving from service to pipefitting construction. From a service van to my own vehicle. From service calls to one jobsite. What was I thinking. :eek:
Eh, I enjoy the switch...
I just started a new thread to say...
I hate starting a new job. :mad: