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Old 03-09-2012, 09:11 AM   #11
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Perhaps also trying to keep the post related to the questions and not veering off. Not that anyone here would veer off topic but i'm sure some on the new people might.

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Old 03-09-2012, 11:00 AM   #12
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Should have made a poll. But its a great idea!
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Old 03-09-2012, 10:49 PM   #13
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The apprentices that post here are just one of the boys (or girls). They are welcome in all areas.

They don't need their own sandbox.

As far as folks who come here with the "How do I get into the trade?" questions : It varies wildly from state to state. There is no cookie cutter way to get into the trade.

This is plumbingzone not wannabeplumberzone.

If someone wants to formulate a post to be reviewed as a possible sticky, we will address it when it happens.

I don't care enough about it to do that....

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Where are all the apprentii who need our advice and guidance? Oh it's Saturday night, maybe they are out spending their hard-earned apprentice paychecks.
Sewing their oats, Yeehaw! Awww to be young again.
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I'm one of the newbies you talk about... going on my second year of journeymen classes and yes I was out on Saturday night pissing that huge apprentice paycheck away haha
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Sewing their oats, Yeehaw! Awww to be young again.
I am a new plumbing student as of the Fall and have about $700 dollars of books and About the same in tools to buy. Does anyone by chance have any plumbing school Texts they wanna get rid of cheap? Here's a list.
1. 2009 International Plumbing Codes / Comm
2. Modern Plumbing by Blankenbaker
3. Mathematics for Plumbers and Pipefitters
4. Blueprint RDG.F/Plumbers with 10 Blueprints
5. Plumbing Pricing Book by Trade
Any help and advice for tools would be greatly appreciated. I just finished my second year of welding and am looking forward to the plumbing/pipefitting year ahead.
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