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  1. #31
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    drpipe is the Chuck Norris of welding. Or maybe Lance Link.
    Nothing welded, Nothing gained

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  2. #32
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    Quote Originally Posted by shovelon View Post
    drpipe is the Chuck Norris of welding. Or maybe Lance Link.
    I'm voting Lance...

    when expected awe turns into laughter................................well...... ...........


    No matter how good you THINK you are… there will always be somebody better out there somewhere….

    And….

    No matter how experienced you may be… there is probably somebody out there that was doing it BEFORE you soiled your first diaper…….

    Some enhanced observation skills will serve you much better in the long run than chest beating and braggadocio..

    Braggers are usually NOT producers...

    There are some folks out there … who are a legend in their own mind…. But NOWHERE else…..

    Got to be very lonely at the top of an imaginary mountain….


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  3. #33
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    Quote Originally Posted by shovelon View Post
    drpipe is the Chuck Norris of welding. Or maybe Lance Link.
    WAIT ! He even has his own GAME! I goggled him.


    https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...a.drpipe&hl=en

  4. #34
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    Default Best welder in the world

    Chuck norris doesn't fit or weld he simply tells the pipe to line up and fill the gap.... Or it's to the scrapyard for it

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    Quote Originally Posted by drpipe View Post
    Most of you haters are not good enough to grind my beads .... I challenge any of you to come test out here in Alaska at any of three big shops in town I know most of you are not making 36-40 bucks an hour that's just for you and your tools not a welding rig....... Come and get it nut up or shut up
    If you're as good as you say your beads wouldn't need ground!

    36-40 bucks....hmmm....our company is paying $41.50 plus benefits for basic structural welders. That's take home pay for just the person, a helmet and their "golden arm". Guys with advanced skills get a lot more than that. Plus, our cost of living is significantly cheaper than it is in Alaska.

    Maybe you should be the one "coming and getting it".

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    Quote Originally Posted by drpipe View Post
    Chuck norris doesn't fit or weld he simply tells the pipe to line up and fill the gap.... Or it's to the scrapyard for it

    I thought he just cold fused it with his stare and didn't need to utter a word.

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    What part of the country is this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by drpipe View Post
    Most of you haters are not good enough to grind my beads .... I challenge any of you to come test out here in Alaska at any of three big shops in town I know most of you are not making 36-40 bucks an hour that's just for you and your tools not a welding rig....... Come and get it nut up or shut up
    I wouldn't get out of bed for $40/hr, let alone work for it.

  9. #39
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    40 an hour is top wages ..... I'm not stupid I know the rates around the country unless your chasing bacon jobs most hands don't make more than 34-37 an hour lets see some of there's jobs your talking about

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    Well if your posts and resume have errors alike you need

    Funk & Wagnals

    Or at least an english class

    and maybe you to can go out into the real world and see what goes on
    In real time

    and do some thing about your arrogant abrasive attitude
    it's not going to get you anywhere in life
    Backed my CATMA over your CARMA
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