Tag Archive | electricity

The Dumbest DIY Project I’ve Ever Seen


I’ve been working as an electrician for almost a year now and I’ve seen things that have made me stop in my tracks simply because of how ridiculous they were. I’ve been on jobs that honestly didn’t require an electrician, just plain simple logic. I understand if you can’t use a breaker if you’ve been […]

The New Job.


Man has it been a long time since my last post. Aside from the NHL lockout not providing any inspiration to write, ive been kept really busy with my new job. Like I told you in my last post, I graduated from my electricity program last August. It took a few weeks to get a […]

New Tattoo: Electric Ground Symbol


This past August 20th I graduated from my electricity program at the Pearson Electrotechnology Centre in Lachine, Quebec. For many of you who already follow me on Twitter or know me personally, this shouldn’t come as news since I pretty much announced everywhere. I only bring this is up because it was the reasoning behind my latest tattoo. I wanted to […]

The Danger of Not Making an Effort


If you follow me on Twitter; read my Blog or know me personally, you already know that I went back to school to study electricity. As you can imagine, when you’re studying electricity or any other potentially dangerous trade, a lot of emphasis is placed on safety and security. I had complained about this one […]