I have only been a "full time" employee one time.
That deal was simple.
I drew a salary.
The days (24 hour period) I was on call I got
If I worked during that time then I got 1.25 hours of comp time per hour worked
The "nights" (after hours) I got
There where 3 of us and we rotated by the week.
After 18 month on the "job" I had over 250 hours comp time added up when I left.
That is the rate I negotiated with the employer.
The one I am on now is better.
When I am called I bill 2 to 1 comp time with
GM will be releasing this thing in 2011 as the new flagship luxury car...
is he going to hire for this job.
more importantly what country is he going to borrow the money from to hire this ACORN/RIAA moron from?
Give each ex-Marine an AR-15 and 500 rounds
Give each ex-Marine an m92 and 100 rounds
Give each ex-Marine full battle dress
Put 5 each on each ship
Pay them 50k per year
Pay extra 100k in insurance
350k per year per ship
Safety and dead pirates, priceless.
The tool cage on the loading dock of a trucking company in winter with 5 degree weather inside when they opened the doors every 10 minutes.
Working with the boss that fired the entire IT staff because someone locked a file while writing to it.
The cruise ships have there own cell towers within the ship. You could be driving by the ship in your car and switch over to the ships international cell tower for a moment and you would never even know.
5500 watt at the minimum 7500 watt is better
You don't want to run your laptop off of the gennie, you want to get 4 6 volt golf cart batteries run 2 in series then run the 2 pairs in parallel.
Then get an inverter to convert the 12 volt to 110.
Charge the batts with the gennie using a trickle charger
On a 7500 watt (7.5 Kw) you get...
7500 watts / 115 volts = 65 Amperes of juice
Most homes have a 200 Amp main breaker
Then you get an external weather proof box
Wire it into a 60 Amp 220 breaker in the main (if its outside)
with an appliance plug.
You then get a #8 wire extension cord about 30-50 foot long and plug it into the gennie
You have enough to power almost everything.
Just make sure you turn off the Main breaker prior to starting the gennie and turning on the 60 amp breaker or you will kill some poor lineman.
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Sometimes, too long is too long. - Joe Crowe