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    Talking Chiller Tear down Funnay of the day!

    Our maintenance tech has been asking to help us out so he can learn some of the trade. Well yesterday was his day! I told him we cant have any water leaking out of the tubes while cleaning and an old trick is to put tampons in the holes to stop it. I told him to get ahold of the Janitor to get some and get to work. Man was he fired up when we let him in on the joke. LOL!


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    I tought He was just Plugging a few tubes...................Will You teach him to tie tubes next???

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    And he's not even wearing a JCI shirt (Here's your sign !)
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    Good one. I never thought of that one. Maybe because I've never flagged.
    In the AF we'd send the new guy for stuff like 3 feet of flight line or a gallon of prop wash.
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    Goot one.

    I thought those strings were Fuses! Well they are at my house!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Home&Marine View Post
    Goot one.

    I thought those strings were Fuses! Well they are at my house!

    Haaaaaahaaaaaaahhhhhhaaaaaa...
    Ah, another demolition dude. There's no place like home.
    Whoops, Now I see what you mean.
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    How far did he get before you let him in on the joke?

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    Reminds me of the bucket of gland seal we'd send the newbie down to the lower level of the engine room to find. He'd find it all right...about five gallons of cold water's worth poured on his head out of a plastic bucket, through the upper level catwalk. As hot as it was down there, it was hard for anyone taken by that to get mad.
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    Sorry to bump an old post, but was talking smack over the weekend and remembered this old post...Happy shutdown season folks...

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    I see the OP has made just this one post. Just to embarrass a coworker (he didn't have to include the guy's face). I enjoy a good joke and I have pulled a few pranks in my day, but to advertise it on the web, and especially a site dedicated to peers in the trade, is uncalled for. I think that post says more about the OP than it does the guy that was pranked...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nuclrchiller View Post
    I see the OP has made just this one post. Just to embarrass a coworker (he didn't have to include the guy's face). I enjoy a good joke and I have pulled a few pranks in my day, but to advertise it on the web, and especially a site dedicated to peers in the trade, is uncalled for. I think that post says more about the OP than it does the guy that was pranked...
    Agreed. And he had to use a York chiller. The bastard!

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    I definitely would have cut the guy's face out of the picture. I would be majorly pissed if someone posted my picture on the internet without my permission.
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    This kind of nonsense has no place in our professional world.

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