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Kade

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About Kade

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  • Birthday 08/23/1991

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    SouthWest Louisiana
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    Guitars, music, electricity, computers, video gaming.
  1. That's what I was coming here to do. Contractors don't know how build a multimillion dollar establishment and the other half don't know how to install and work around the other trades. Now, I have to work through all the bull shit they left behind. No lie. I'm 15-20ft above the ground in the ceiling. Walking on 3/4" sheet rock mounted to aluminum studs and cable tray hanging from the ceiling by grid wire. Why wasn't there a catwalk installed? Why wasn't there a CORRECT path for cable over the devices I have to service? No clue. And the safety lady wants to get on my ass for not having cones out around the 1-man scissor lift and have a spotter when I'm higher than 6ft on a ladder? If she only knew... Fuck a majority of the contractors.
  2. CDL Class A? Know shit about welding? Know anything about logistics and management? First two jobs are fairly easy to come by down there in your area. They'll make you money quick... the last choices, what you spent all that valuable time for, they ain't gonna come as easy. You can't just hop into a instant A/C office job making $100k... Gotta start at the bottom, be someones bitch for a bit in no way do I mean that rudely, always makes me furious that college graduates expect some bitchin job to show up all their dropout friends that are making good money "busting" ass everyday. Im not saying shit cause I dont want to listen to Frank preach about college, what part of LA, Im guessing your not far at all from me I stay in Welsh, but my work is in Lake Charles.
  3. CDL Class A? Know shit about welding? Know anything about logistics and management? First two jobs are fairly easy to come by down there in your area. They'll make you money quick... the last choices, what you spent all that valuable time for, they ain't gonna come as easy. You can't just hop into a instant A/C office job making $100k... Gotta start at the bottom, be someones bitch for a bit in no way do I mean that rudely, always makes me furious that college graduates expect some bitchin job to show up all their dropout friends that are making good money "busting" ass everyday. Computer Technology - Networking Specialist Industrial Electricity (currently 4th yr apprentice) Industrial Instrumentation No CDL I know a little welding I know how to inventory if that's anything I'm a surveillance tech at the moment. Pretty much utilizing my Networking degree, but damn. I figured I could afford to be out the house lol
  4. Beating a dead horse, but spending 4 years in college, earned 3 relative degrees, and still can't find a job making worth a shit. Edit: I've been out of college for 2 years.
  5. I FIXED IT!!! Those damn blue T-splices never cut through the remote from the deck in the first place. One little strand was touching metal. The T finally got loose and would touch copper half the time. Threw that shit in the trash and went straight through besides the pigtail to my relay. Thank the Lawd I fixed that
  6. Sounds good. From the looks of pictures online, the midranges look the same. Just wondering if I was paying more for an external crossover and different tweeter or if the entire kit was a substantial upgrade from the P1s. Thanks for the comments.
  7. Are there any differences in the P1 and T1 midranges in the component sets?
  8. Welcome to the real world. Don't forget to pay back those student loans I don't owe a dime. Guess I have that going for me.
  9. But i heard a college education guarantee's you a huge paycheck and easy jobs with no hard work required. It's. All. A. Lie. I've quickly learned if I would've stopped learning and started networking myself a.k.a. sucking ass and being fake, I may be in a better situation than I am now.
  10. 1. Spending 4 years at a community college only to work 1/2 of 2014 at 3 temporary jobs. 2. Receiving several denial of employment emails for jobs I had applied for last fucking summer. 3. Entry level jobs that require 3-5 years experience.
  11. Took a trip to houston over the weekend. On low volume, like 2 or 3 on the deck, it shut off just once on the round trip. About 6-7 hours total drive time. I'm just going to switch all my electrical out. New battery, upgrade from 4gauge to 0gauge, run a new remote wire, maybe recrimp all my deck connections and see if that won't fix my problems.
  12. The entire amp turns off Test outside of vehicle. Rule out as many variables as possible. I'll see what I can do. It's just hard to recreate the problem. Happens at really random times.
  13. The entire amp turns off Edit: I checked all the exposed wires. Nothing. Eveything else under the carpet I have not checked yet. I'm the only person that rides in my car and my feet are far from the wire runs. I don't think I'd have a stray wire under the carpet.
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