Tools for electrical work

I'm fixing up a room for a home office. It needed some outlets, phone jacks and Ethernet connections. Nice work for a technically adept fellow like me. Today I'm working on the phone and data lines. Here is a list of the tools I have used so far:
Tape Measure Pencil Level Rotozip Hammer Drill 1/2" and 3/4" x 12" masonry bits Masonry Hammer Masonry chisels (2, Big.) 4 pound hand sledge. Vacuum cleaner (I used this a *lot*) Heavy duty hand cleaner. I also anticipate using a lot of shampoo later today.
Did I mention that I'm putting the jacks in a cinder block and plaster wall? Any minute now I may start working with some wires...
Greg Guarino
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are you lonely greg ?
Greg G wrote:

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Nope. But my wife and daughter do generally have the good sense to leave the premises when I start a project like this. My post was an attempt to convey (humorously) how little of a "wiring" job actually involves wire.
Greg

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wrote:

Thank you for explaining that. It went right over my head; I read it several times trying to figure out what you were asking.
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try a comedy club greg...
we'll see how humorously you are then...
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Greg G wrote:

Have fun m8. Be sure to tell us how that electrical work goes.
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