Brian Vagnoni on 9 Jun 2009 13:32:48 -0700

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Re: [PLUG] [Slightly OT] UPS recommendations

From: Paul L. Snyder

> Just tripped the circuit breaker...the second time this summer that
> the
> combined load of the printer and the A/C have pushed it over the edge.
> While I do intend to have an electrician in to rewire at some point,
> it
> would be really neat if, meanwhile, I didn't lose my work when I'm
> simultaneously in need of coolness, and in need of hard copies, and
> absent-minded.

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Marshmallows anyone....?(token smart #$% comment :-) )  Electrical work while labor intensive is not all that hard. Is is however butt crack filled, hot, dirty, messy, with people uttering lots of anti-female expletives work. I've personally rewired and upgraded several houses with old electrical systems to modern 200 amp service all the way to power company tie in. No I'm not licensed, no I never went to school for it, no the houses haven't burned down, and no I don't want to help. If this is your house perhaps doing so mite be the way to go. It will also increase the value of your house during resale. Doing it yourself will also save you a great deal of $$$. If you have a wife, I will gladly call her up for you and tell her just how easy it is :-). It's also a good excuse to buy lots of cool tools. I have wire every fish known to man and some that aren't. Anyway good luck to your sir.

Brian Vagnoni
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Sent: Mon,
08 Jun 2009 23:58:29 -0400
Subject: [PLUG] [Slightly OT] UPS

> Any suggestions for a where to start when shopping for a UPS?
> Thanks,
> Paul
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