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Re: Hey Old, haven't seen you posting?

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01-21-2013 14:12:41

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Old, it's too bad that some people don't respect other. Guess there are bullies in grade school and bullies on YT. George

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01-21-2013 16:09:26

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 Re: Hey Old, haven't seen you posting? in reply to George Marsh, 01-21-2013 14:12:41  
Very true and there is a right way and wrong way to differ in an opinion. You can do it with respect or you can do it in a harmful manner. One way is the correct way and to debate is ok but when you do it in a way to be hurtful then that is wrong and you have just gone from being right to being wrong

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01-22-2013 06:08:50

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 Re: Hey Old, haven't seen you posting? in reply to old, 01-21-2013 16:09:26  
Old, you were not even cussed out for the ground and neutral issue. All I said is that you should have known better .

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01-22-2013 09:20:56

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 Re: Hey Old, haven't seen you posting? in reply to buickanddeere, 01-22-2013 06:08:50  
Ah but when I got out of doing wiring what I said was common practice and was the way it was done. The last time I worked as an electrician was in 1992 give or take a year or two and at each break box we always used a earth ground. Seen way to many metal building where a guy walked up to it and garbed it and got the heck knocked out of him from a shock from the building not being grounded as it should have been. As for code now days I di not know and I can only say what was done then. By the way do not bother to answer this because I will not see your answer

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