Message from sigruna14 in MacGuyver - Skills & Academics #general


2018-03-13 02:51:06 UTC  
2018-03-13 02:54:37 UTC  

no. he cleared it.

2018-03-13 02:54:55 UTC  

didn't say it was broken, but that there was a lot of hard junk in it.

2018-03-13 02:55:06 UTC  

cost me $100.

2018-03-13 03:30:03 UTC  

That's not bad at all

2018-03-13 03:30:13 UTC  

I'd pay that for peace of mind

2018-03-13 04:13:39 UTC  

Yeah I think that was totally worth it

2018-03-13 04:36:31 UTC  

I wonder how clay got in your pipe

2018-03-14 06:01:15 UTC  

Pretty fair price. Maybe some hippies with an underground pottery class were there washing their hand for years before.

2018-03-22 21:04:12 UTC  

Guten Tag alle.

2018-03-22 21:35:01 UTC  

Wie gehts dir? Alles gut?

2018-03-22 21:35:09 UTC  

Gutten tag comrade

2018-03-23 03:25:57 UTC  

Alles geht ganz gut, wie immer. @⚡Clark⚡

2018-03-23 03:28:01 UTC  

Wie ist es mit dir gegangen, @⚡Clark⚡?

2018-03-26 17:00:00 UTC  

@everyone Is there anyone with experience as a military contractor?

2018-03-26 17:00:41 UTC  

Worked for TC for a year.

2018-03-26 17:02:52 UTC  
2018-03-26 17:13:56 UTC  

@Deleted User Awesome! Do you have any advice as to how a startup might make industry connections? Thank you for your time.

2018-03-26 17:18:21 UTC  

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.

2018-03-26 18:18:09 UTC  

Ok, thank you. I'm asking for a prospect who's a tech startup looking for contracting work.

2018-03-26 23:00:12 UTC  

@everyone This video is a great reference! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_mTFQbaT3Zc

2018-03-26 23:17:36 UTC  

Hey all, does anyone here work for a general construction contractor?

2018-03-26 23:18:13 UTC  

@everyone ^^^

2018-03-26 23:20:59 UTC  

@John O - I used to, heavy marine and highway work

2018-03-26 23:24:49 UTC  

Damn, not quite what I'm looking for. Thanks anyway, brother

2018-03-26 23:26:39 UTC  

I worked for a few home buliders and 1 commercial. What's your question? @John O -

2018-03-26 23:28:50 UTC  

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

2018-03-26 23:47:06 UTC  

@John O - shop around for insurance

2018-03-26 23:47:20 UTC  

that was probably the biggest hurdle in louisiana

2018-03-26 23:49:35 UTC  

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.

2018-03-26 23:49:51 UTC  

Sorry brother @John O -

2018-03-26 23:50:25 UTC  

@Deleted User might know something

2018-03-26 23:50:46 UTC  

KY doesn't have a general contractor's license?

2018-03-26 23:56:32 UTC  

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.

2018-03-26 23:58:08 UTC  

Np dude. That's weird

2018-03-27 01:20:34 UTC  

I got a GC license in TN @John O -#7072

2018-03-27 01:21:20 UTC  
2018-03-27 16:06:15 UTC  

@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

2018-03-27 18:03:50 UTC  

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.

https://cdn.discordapp.com/attachments/322711183503130635/428252825039142932/KIMG0303.JPG

2018-03-27 19:07:56 UTC  

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