Got that right Pete I think low voltage scares the hell out of me more though as it wont kick you off the line you just do the shake and bake.
Regards Mark K
Forgot to mention, before I got into the Film thing as a crew member, I spent 10 years in the Canadian Army as a Medic with the Airbourn Regt.
10 years US Navy, left in 2011. Now work for the state lottery and run my own business selling antiques and collectables at weekend markets.
As some of you know, I'm a Learning Disability Nurse. I work in a secure unit for people with Autism who have challenging behaviour/committed crimes. Its keeps me busy.
Nice to hear from you V I thought you had gone to ground or I must have been missing your threads.. Cheers Terry.
This also happened to me with 347 volt, because someone was trying to make me hurry. I told him that if he ever did that to me again, I would smack him!
I started as a shoemaker's helper in my father's store at the age of about 8!
I have driven tractor in the tobacco fields, grain bin and elevator erector, auto body technician, auto mechanic, and since 1980 as a journeyman interprovincial electrician, since 1992 as an alberta journeyman instrument mechanic and millwright/ machinist and general "fix everything".
Also, many other things in between.
Searching for anything relating to, Anton Boos, 934 Stamm. Kp. Pz. Erz. Abt. 7, 3 Kompanie, Panzer-Regiment 2, 16th Panzer-Division (My father)
I heer you Ralph I started in the saw mills at age 13 doing night shift clean up it would take a few hours then the Millwrights or electricians would come in and scoop me up when they needed a hand some nights I did not get much clean up done.
Soon enough they hired a new kid and that is all I ever did any more was assist the trades men as a matter of fact I am sitting in Vancouver Airport waiting for my flight to John I Love my job not many people get to say that.
Regards Mark K