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Rental cars
3 (6.4%)
Paid flights
0 (0%)
check hat and cup when you came on site.
1 (2.1%)
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7 (14.9%)
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2 (4.3%)
all of the above
34 (72.3%)

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Re: some perks of the past
« Reply #50 on: Oct 18, 2007, 05:51 »
dont foget weapons- you could take them in your car and sell them in the parking lots. sometimes even take them into the plant- remember sweeney at salem- got caught coming out of the plant with a 357   

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Re: some perks of the past
« Reply #51 on: Oct 18, 2007, 08:49 »
@ oconee inna 70s, yinz cood go out two da sop area frum containment, doff yer gloves, git a hand 'n face frisk, burn a butt 'n get a drinka water.  never thaught dat was a perk, thought it moor a way to keep every buddy working inna can four moren 2 ours.
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Re: some perks of the past
« Reply #52 on: Oct 19, 2007, 02:41 »
dont foget weapons- you could take them in your car and sell them in the parking lots. sometimes even take them into the plant- remember sweeney at salem- got caught coming out of the plant with a 357   

I thought bringing an automatic weapon to work was a prerequisite to get into Turkey Point in the 1980's!

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Re: some perks of the past
« Reply #53 on: Oct 19, 2007, 03:10 »
Playing cards for 3 weeks in a trailer overlooking the Pacific Ocean waiting for your red badge at a 4 month outage. That was cool!
 Working an endless 7/12s outage at Turkey Point in 85. When we got off work, we would go watch the Juniors shoot their guns across a canal adjacent to the parking lot and have a few beers. That was all you had time for.

 


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