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Old 11-11-2007, 08:38 AM
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Busted! Mike G came back as James the "Canadian." Absolutely brilliant.
I'm not sure if I should feel complimented or offended!

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Old 11-11-2007, 08:53 AM
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Busted! Mike G came back as James the "Canadian." Absolutely brilliant.
I think Mike G would be severely offended by that proposterous notion.
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Old 11-11-2007, 08:56 AM
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Relationships secondary. Those of the Artistic temperament "are quite likely to choose relationships which will further their work rather than relationships which are intrinsically rewarding, and their spouses may well find that marital relations take second place (Storr, 107)."

Does that mean that we should chip in and get Mike G some Viagra?

thanks for the PM Greg. Appreciated
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Old 11-11-2007, 07:44 PM
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1: Who are you? steven

2: Where are you from? outer banks,NC

3: How long in the biz? 18 years

4: Individual Specialty? doing things right the first time.LOL i specalize in upscale landscape work. 50% hardscapes, 20%lighiting, 10% irrigation, 20% green stuff

5: Largest Job Installed? lighting... $25K, but total job $little over $200K

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Old 11-12-2007, 02:37 AM
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1: Who are you? Tommy Herren AKA The Lighting Geek

2: Where are you from? Sacramento CA

3: How long in the biz? I have been in landscaping for 30+ years, did my first live demo in 1985 or so with a green Nightscaping lighting kit. I have been 100% landscape lighting for 2+ years.

4: Individual Specialty? difficult to light situations

5: Largest Job Installed? $50,000.00 in lighting

6: Most fun you ever had on a job? doing a live demo 1-2 times a week, I love it!
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Old 11-15-2007, 09:28 PM
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Great thread, I've gone through almost half of it and decided to chime in!


1: Who are you? John

2: Where are you from? Los Angeles, CA

3: How long in the biz? 1.5 years in landscape lighting

4: Individual Specialty? solar LED

5: Largest Job Installed? $20,000

6: Most fun you ever had on a job? the look our clients get when they view our products firsthand. priceless!
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Old 11-15-2007, 09:54 PM
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Individual Specialty? solar LED's

My favorite is the Gambino SolarliterLED.

Thanks,

Mike M
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Old 11-15-2007, 10:11 PM
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Great thread, I've gone through almost half of it and decided to chime in!


1: Who are you? John

2: Where are you from? Los Angeles, CA

3: How long in the biz? 1.5 years in landscape lighting

4: Individual Specialty? solar LED

5: Largest Job Installed? $20,000

6: Most fun you ever had on a job? the look our clients get when they view our products firsthand. priceless!
Tell us more about the lights you use... maybe start a thread about Solar LEDs... I think most of us are less than impressed with what we've seen, but i'm always open to new ideas.
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Old 11-15-2007, 11:46 PM
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i appreciate the invitation Gregg, would definitely love to hear the community's feedback.

Mods, is there a way to start a sticky for solar lighting reviews, recommendations, etc?

And I agree, solar lighting in general shares a less than favorable stigma.
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Old 11-16-2007, 12:41 AM
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Jhuanger,
I am really curious about your "Individual specialty solar LED"? Do you design and install solar battery systems that power LED fixtures??? If not, (Please don't tell us you use solar powered fixtures with the panel right on the fixtures). I have thought about creating a solar lighting system using a DC battery solar powered system. In the research I have done, the first big obstacle is creating a solar powered battery system that isn't way too expensive. Then the other issues (which I know nothing about) are the basic fundamentals of using DC in a lighting system - voltage drop and etc. Jhuanger, I hope my post wasn't offensive I just don't know a lighting professional could do something with solar that is worth while without costing a large fortune. Lets face it, I real elaborate low voltage lighting system will cost a small fortune. I look forward to hearing more about your Solar LED systems.
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