BRITISH GAS

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Re: BRITISH GAS

Post by type21f » Sat Feb 14, 2015 2:50 pm

Is that one step up from a "Quick-fit fitter?"

Anyway we recognise you might be British but how do you Engineer Gas?

I am a Project Engineer and I Engineer Projects..
I used to be a Work Packet Owner and no one was taking my Work Package away from me.....I owned it!

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My Gas and my Electric are Scottish owned...and I do now pay in Groats...
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Re: BRITISH GAS

Post by matt d » Sat Feb 14, 2015 11:26 pm

I'm just a gas engineer. Not british gas but any gas they bring in on ships or piped from Putin. Hope it lasts long enough till my retirement
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Re: BRITISH GAS

Post by type21f » Sat Feb 14, 2015 11:29 pm

So do I!
So you are a British......Gas Engineer.....

If you have to deal with Gas every day...stop eating Swede....nor not RUSSIAN

Anyone who posts on here deserves retirement. .. including me....I have it on hold...or is it freeze...

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Re: BRITISH GAS

Post by Eternal Optimist » Sun Feb 15, 2015 8:47 am

garys67 wrote:Im a British Gas Engineer
Just pay up!
I'd happily pay up, but for some reason, you don't want to dig a four mile trench to serve 300 potential customers!

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