Message from RevStench in MacGuyver - Skills & Academics #general


2017-08-01 21:26:12 UTC  

He seems to be doing ok. He swears he's coming back to work tomorrow. He's that guy who works 7 days a week and thinks he's freaking superman.

2017-08-01 21:27:04 UTC  

He told me that he never felt a thing until after he left the hospital. That's how you know it was pretty bad cut.

2017-08-01 21:28:50 UTC  

Now it'll hurt like hell.

2017-08-01 21:33:43 UTC  

That's what he said. He got lucky. The things I've seen this man do with a circular saw blow my mind, and a fucking ladder took him out.

2017-08-01 21:36:01 UTC  

Well, wish him a speedy recovery from the Alt Right.

2017-08-01 21:37:04 UTC  

Haha will do. He'll appreciate it. He has 12 white grandkids!

2017-08-04 03:16:22 UTC  

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2017-08-04 03:16:38 UTC  

Starting my first batch of organic kefir.

2017-08-08 02:17:39 UTC  

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2017-08-09 02:33:06 UTC  

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2017-08-09 02:35:51 UTC  

Ukrainian/Russian style Borscht w/ grass fed beef, cabbage from the motherland, onion, organic carrot, potatoes, dill, organic garlic, crushed black pepper, Georgian nectar herbs, majoram, lemon juice, and a little organic whole milk.

2017-08-09 03:10:38 UTC  

That looks amazing

2017-08-09 09:46:20 UTC  
2017-08-09 14:54:29 UTC  

Danke

2017-08-09 21:32:15 UTC  

A new Blurb should be up tomorrow about what kind of tools you need to always have on hand in your garage.

2017-08-09 21:32:45 UTC  

Also I start my Comercial Driver's License Program on the 21st, I'll take pictures of equipment to post up if I can.

2017-08-10 22:12:36 UTC  

@Yuma County Are you thinking about driving long haul?

2017-08-10 23:59:56 UTC  

@RevStench#3208 planning on it

2017-08-11 00:59:51 UTC  

New blurb in the <#339423792881336320> channel, guys. It's pretty simple this week.

2017-08-11 10:18:39 UTC  

thanks @Yuma County!

2017-08-11 12:25:02 UTC  

@Yuma County Right on bro. That'll be a lot of fun and good times.

2017-08-14 21:21:40 UTC  

Hey

2017-08-14 21:22:43 UTC  

Welcome aboard everyone just joining us.

2017-08-14 21:22:53 UTC  

Hey guys just joining as well

2017-08-14 21:22:57 UTC  

Hi 😃

2017-08-14 21:23:03 UTC  

Hallo

2017-08-14 21:23:04 UTC  

Hey

2017-08-14 21:23:18 UTC  

Hello everyone

2017-08-14 21:23:20 UTC  

Hello 😃

2017-08-14 21:23:29 UTC  

Henlo

2017-08-14 21:23:48 UTC  

Howdy y'all

2017-08-14 21:23:54 UTC  

If you're not familiar with the set-up, have a look in the <#338772935462354945> channel. Lots of good info from a lot of smart people on this server.

2017-08-14 21:24:14 UTC  

Welcome, all.

2017-08-14 23:40:00 UTC  

Anyone here HVAC?

2017-08-15 00:13:10 UTC  

@REVNAT/PA yeah I believe @Lebens can help you.

2017-08-15 01:05:22 UTC  

@REVNAT/PA i contract HVAC. Post your question in electrical discussion please

2017-08-24 20:41:49 UTC  

OSHA has shown up twice this week to one of my job sites. Make sure everyone is up to date on compliance. This get expensive quick if you're busted. Fall prevention is the big one.

2017-08-27 20:09:36 UTC  

This is another reason residential is more profitable. Osha shows up to commercial projects. Commercial projects honestly do not have profit margin to time/material ratios that i find worth my time. In residential im in and out loke the wind with average material cost being 10% of ticket value

2017-08-27 20:11:18 UTC  

Example a $5k job will take me 1 day with material being around $500

2017-08-27 20:12:39 UTC  

In commercial after your time and material matrix you're lucky for 10% profit margins and youve wasted months

2017-08-27 21:10:53 UTC  

OSHA gets me because I work over 60ft often doing box gutters.
It's hard to fly under the radar when you see that scaffolding mess haha.
I work on time and materials too because doing historic preservation it's the only way to be fair. You have no idea how bad things could be until you open it up.
Historical preservation/restoration can get expensive quick, for example box gutters can break the bank, they run $200 to $250 a linear foot. I've worked on homes that run around $50k to have the gutters replaced on the whole home.
In that pic thats less than 20ft of gutter, it wraps the corner about 3 feet back, we replaced the dentil block too, that ran right around $7k. We made out like bandits, now we're doing the other side, which should go faster, because the "rafter tails" aren't rotten on this side.

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