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“You’re Still Just A Cable Splicer!”

Published 13 Sep 2019

“You’re Still Just A Cable Splicer!”

This article was wtitten by John Perez of Quanta Underground Power Services ➡ See Part 1 “You’re Just A Cable Splicer!” I still am and always will be proud to be a “Cable Splicer”, or as I commonly refer to myself; a dirty tattooed underground rat. There are many of...

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