Message from sigruna14 in MacGuyver - Skills & Academics #general
no. he cleared it.
didn't say it was broken, but that there was a lot of hard junk in it.
cost me $100.
That's not bad at all
I'd pay that for peace of mind
Yeah I think that was totally worth it
I wonder how clay got in your pipe
Pretty fair price. Maybe some hippies with an underground pottery class were there washing their hand for years before.
Guten Tag alle.
Wie gehts dir? Alles gut?
Gutten tag comrade
@everyone Is there anyone with experience as a military contractor?
Worked for TC for a year.
@Deleted User Awesome! Do you have any advice as to how a startup might make industry connections? Thank you for your time.
The way i met mine was through some guys i met who had done a lot of contracting already. What job did you have in mind? I just did PSD and static positions. My advice would be to apply on something low level, have to get your foot in the door. The recruiters usually reply back within a day or 2 if you meet the requirements.
Ok, thank you. I'm asking for a prospect who's a tech startup looking for contracting work.
@everyone This video is a great reference! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_mTFQbaT3Zc
Hey all, does anyone here work for a general construction contractor?
Damn, not quite what I'm looking for. Thanks anyway, brother
I worked for a few home buliders and 1 commercial. What's your question? @John O -
There we go. I'm working on getting a general contractor's license. Any tips? I know there's not much you can say that would be valuable to me, since every state has different requirements, etc
that was probably the biggest hurdle in louisiana
Honestly no, I wish you the best😃 I've never taken that journey, only worked for them. KY only licenses electric, plumbing and HVAC. Not my area of expertise.
But like @Goose said insurance. I did cable as a contractor and that was the biggest bump around here as well to get over.
KY doesn't have a general contractor's license?
Electrical, plumbing and HVAC licenses are required at state level, and general contractors are regulated by county. Like the guy I work for, we have a business license in each county we work in. So we pay a tax to work there. I'm sorry, I'm not familiar enough with it.
Np dude. That's weird
I got a GC license in TN @John O -#7072
@Deleted User I'm trying to get mine, too. I pretty much know what the deal is, as I already work construction. But if there's any huge insights you could give, I'd appreciate it
We don't have a hunting channel but I wanted to show these off. I shot them last year. I didn't do the taxidermy though.
A guy just severed an underground cable in his yard. @everyone if you're doing yard work, make sure to call 811 before you dig