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  1. #14
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    Doorstep? Don't you know where their outside air intake is?
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    Quote Originally Posted by crab master View Post
    Doorstep? Don't you know where their outside air intake is?
    +1 relevant hvac controls application

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    Quote Originally Posted by crab master View Post
    Doorstep? Don't you know where their outside air intake is?
    I was just thinking of keeping customers out, feeling guilty about suggesting that, fresh air intake is of course the best place for that but it leads to some sort of terrorism I think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by koolkahuna View Post
    I was just thinking of keeping customers out, feeling guilty about suggesting that, fresh air intake is of course the best place for that but it leads to some sort of terrorism I think.
    Terrorism? I heard it keeps the pigeons away from the outdoor air intake.

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    i actually know someone who did something similar a long time ago. it involved a syringe and a convertible.
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    Don't get mad, get even. Or better yet, get mad then get even. I knew a guy that had his engineering stolen so he went to his competitors shop in the middle of the night and emptied a 2 ton dump trailer full of manure up against the front & back doors of their office. I heard through the grapevine that it took them 3 hours to dig out all the crap so they could get into the building.

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    That's a ****ty job.

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    How do you get a fox to pee in a cup?

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    We request the Architects CAD's for the mechanical on lots of jobs, that's how we do our graphics and floor layouts. The drawings are time consuming to create but there isn't anything secret in them.

    However, it seems that the relationship between you two was a contractor to contractor relationship so I'd like to know the circumstances and why they would need your CAD's if you were both bidding the job?
    Saving the world...one service call at a time.

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    Ok, re-read your post and it looks like they are the mechanical and you were the controls guy. That's horrible if that was the case. But there was no reason for them to request your CAD's so that should have raised a red flag right away. Have you ever done business with these clowns before?
    Saving the world...one service call at a time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tlp261 View Post
    How do you get a fox to pee in a cup?
    Peer pressure.
    When the wolverine goes, the fox will do the same every time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by koolkahuna View Post
    Peer pressure.
    When the wolverine goes, the fox will do the same every time.
    Tell him it's a random drug test.

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