Sorry for the arrogance this week guys, just got done a great heat wave.
Don't feel like listening to any more idiots for 2 more days (random #).
Goodbye to all you great techs. Stormy do not reply, you don't fit in.
Rich how you feelin these days, baby is gorgeous; Paul love the new projects
you are workin on; and Pat, when can I come out and change water filters
Hey Bob, you leaving the group or just taking time off from here?
Thanks for the concern, I'm working hard at trying to get off for my
daughters wedding! I told them NOT to get married when I'm busy, I can't
enjoy any part of it with the work load. Oh well, dads and husbands dont
I guess I don't know that the church without air conditioning is going to be
hot too! Had to have a church with a pipe organ. I said that its going to
be hot in there, 'oh no, its not bad in August". According to the
photographer the inside of the church today was 87, and its 78 outside!
Well, hope you stay around or at least come back when things slow up for
Heck, I am always around just usually too busy to post. I left for a few
weeks till the floods stopped (thank's Paul). I'll be around for a while,
just lurkin' here in the background. Good Luck with the wedding, ya gotta
rent a portable AC for the day. Movin Cool 12 or 25 ton!!!!!!!!
Thats not a bad idea.......... Hmmm, I guess I have too look in Cleveland
or Toledo for something like that. Aren't they extremely loud and don't
you need 3 phase? I have never had the need to rent one even with the
industrial work we did, we always put things in with redundancy to prevent
I happen to know where a 25 ton unit is located in Cincy... with a
Genset on board.
I'd be happy to pull it up there and set it up for free beer.... and the
approximate value of my retirement account (-;.
Enjoy the wedding... and the heat. It's all part of the story that will
be told years from now. I know this... I got married in a un A/C church
in the summer... and I expect my sons will also someday.
My only hope is that they both marry rich girls....
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