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Discussion in 'Code Training *Sponsor: BuildingCodeCollege.com' started by Glenn, Sep 17, 2018.

  1. Inspector Gift

    Inspector Gift Sawhorse - Made in USA

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    Glen, FYI, here is the NW, we pronounce CABO as kay-bow.

    Thanks for sharing your research!! Much appreciated!!!!
     
  2. Glenn

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    Ha, ha! Oh man...I've been hit with that Kay-bow lesson from a few folks now! Oops! At least I didn't confuse it with a popular South American tourist destination!
     
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  3. Glenn

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    I had never heard of a dwelling code version of the Uniform Plumbing Code. Now I have. Pretty cool, actually.
     
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    Glenn, Glenn, Glenn; you have chosen to enter a brave new world. So much knowledge to acquire and so little time.
    I have just received digital copies of UBC 1927 to the end, fun reading.
     
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    Very cool. I also just got a huge donation to my unofficial "North American Building Code Museum" Two generations of code officials' treasures, and in it...an original 1927. Hard to believe. (it smells super moldy, need to learn about book restoration and preservation) I am only missing 1933 now and I will have the entire volume I collection. Incredible gift. The best part is I have so many duplicates, I am preparing a HUGE collection to give to an amazing up and coming code professional I know. Big thanks to David P. Tyree for this donation. I will care for it with honor and respect.
     
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