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TERRY TITSWORTH
Works at RAE CORPORATION
Lived in Manteca, CA
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The new Behmor 1600 Plus came in today. Tomorrow we do the initial testing and the 1/4# burn in. My new afterburner for the older 1600 was waiting for me at home when I got there last Friday evening.... Those guys in Incline Village are super... Thanks again ....
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I placed my 'Pre-Order' for the New Behmor yesterday with SWEET MARIA'S and then placed an order for a new afterburner for my 5 year old Behmor. attempted to use PayPal but couldn't because my original card info was expired, which put me on a 2-3 day lock out after I updated info. I e-mailed the Folks at BEHMOR Inc. to let them know that I would use a different method of payment and they advised that they had already placed the part in shipment.... Now that is service folks... 
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NOW it's spring... My first Iris's are appearing...
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When my daughter takes liberty with my response to, "What do you want on your cakes?" A special thanks to Miss Laura's Cakes.
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This was one of two broadcast interviews I participated in.
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I roasted coffee last night in my BEHMOR using both the old style drum and then the new style drum. With the new drum I stopped losing coffee beans to the Roasting god and the unit is actually quieter. Maybe due to reduced weight of the drum? Anyway here is last nights results using Guatemala Acatenango - Finca San Diego Buena Vista from SWEET MARIA'S.
If you are still using the old style drum for the BEHMOR 1600 I HIGHLY recommend getting the new drum.
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It's been a pretty good year for my Irises.
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Fresh coffee. Fresh roasted coffee. Freshly ground, freshly roasted coffee. And after placing on "FARSEROOK" my page refused to open for the rest of the day.... So, I cleared it off my semi-smart phone. The app. Not the picture. Life will now be simpler. 
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I made the news. Well, I spoke about what I saw.
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So, the winter weather wants to slow down my roasting. It hasn't gotten above freezing for 5 days now so I dug out my 'trusty' popper roaster. It has a PRESTO Poplite as the base, two empty bean cans, two empty photo paper rolls, 6 drywall screws and a strip of masking tape. First roast was just past first crack and the second roast just before second crack. I did a little 'engineering on the base by adding separate switches for the fan and the heating element. I turn on both switches to roast then turn the heating element to stop the roast and cool down the beans.
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Awesome! I remember using our air popper till the thing melted! I still think it produced some of the best roasts, albeit very small amounts
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Work
Occupation
Currently I am creating file folders for cooling coils and equipment.
Skills
I am an expert flat glass cutter. I was trained by the state of Oklahoma to instruct Firearms training for new officers.
Employment
  • RAE CORPORATION
    Just do it, 2000 - present
    After spending over $15,000.00 to 'purchase' the job, I was finally allowed to enter the Engineering area, the job I had originally been promised before spending the 15 Thou. I was originally placed in the Lab in which the outward bound supervisor thought I was a spare day laborer. 2 supervisors later one of the finally checked and found out I was suppose to be an engineer in training. Makes one wonder about the 'supervisory' capabilities one encounters.
  • HARDING GLASS WAREHOUSE
    mine and 4 others peoples jobs, 1993 - 2000
    I started out as a glass cutter and shipment loader. After several other employees left, were fired or took medical leave without returning, I became the ONLY glass cutter, customer assistant, head ware-houseman, shipment receiver and off-loader, morning delivery loader, clean up man and glass warehouse stocker.
  • OKLAHOMA FIXTURE-GLASS
    cut from leadman to doing the work of leadman, with a lazyman as leadman, 1988 - 1993
    Myself and 5 other people started up the Glass Division of Oklahoma Fixture, including setting the machinery to be used to fabricate glass fixture for DILLARD'S, MACY and several other clothing outlets. When production started I was a Lead Man and became in charge of the night shift crew. i was responsible for setting the profile for grinding and polishing glass edge work for shelving and mirrored column covers. After 4 years and 8 months of working that position the owner of the business got upset with me because I had to apply for Food Stamps to feed my family because of the low pay. I was demoted to 'set up man' doing exactly the same thing I had done as Lead Man while the new Lead Man wandered around looking at the ugly women. The shop folded after a few more years, around 1998. The owner busted the company.
  • City of Okmulgee
    Range Officer-NCIC files, 1980 - 1988
    Began as patrol officer, trained as and became a state certified Range Officer,earned Sgt. stripes then became Dispatch Supervisor. Range Officer statues allowed for at least 3 weeks a year on a range training new officers.
  • Libbey Owens Ford Glass Company
    Jobbers Cutting, 1968 - 1980
    Started out as an 'off-bearer' on the cutting tables. moved up to Glass Cutter then on to Feeder. I fed stock sheets of flat glass (181" x 130") to the cutting tables using an overhead crane, operated from a walk along control tether. Spent a while in packing and in the Box Shop as well.
  • Sharpe Army Depot
    Aircraft Handler-Helper, 1967 - 1967
    Assisted the aircraft handler move helicopters and fixed wing aircraft from point A to point B. Mostly UH1's. Some OH's and some U aircraft.
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Re-visiting my old photo's negatives and records.
Introduction
I am simply a person trying to make it to retirement. I have worked since I was 18 years old, full time, and a couple of years before that part time. I spent a summer working at Sharpe Army Depot outside of Lathrop. I earned a whole $1.50 an hour helping out Uncle Sam.
Bragging rights
I was in the FIRST Auto Pistol School for Police in Oklahoma, the First Defensive Shotgun School for Police in Oklahoma, Instructed in the First Security Officer Firearms training School in North-East Oklahoma.
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Previously
Manteca, CA - Tracy, Ca - Waldron, AR - Van Buren, AR - Okmulgee, OK - Stockton, CA - Henryetta, OK
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Deer guggle, Rangely is no where close to Okmulgee....
Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
Sept. 5th.....SUBWAY. Fresh bread, fresh veggies, standard processed meats and cheeses. It was clean, only one employee at the time of order. Second employee showed up in time to ring up the bill. nothing special.
Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
Very clean, affordable and very roomy. Didn't find any meat on the breakfast bar but had a very tasty green chile sauce to cover the boiled eggs. The night attendant was very pleasant and helpful detailing the layout of the hotel. Wi-Fi worked well also. That is almost a MUST to keep current on finances and info today.
Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
Efficient SONIC. One of the few locations that get my order correct almost all the time. Can't say the same for a lot of them. The burgers are pretty good, and the fries are also. Love their cherry limeade, they don't taste like someones aftershave or perfume as some of them around the state do.
Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago
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Sept. 4th....It's a SUBWAY. Fresh bread and veggies. Typical canned/bottles add on. Standard processed meats and cheeses. Clean front one attendant as the order began. second attendant stepped in after sandwich was half made. Nothing Special.
Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
The restaurant was well laid out, plenty of room. There was a wide variety offered on the menu. Service was excellent and got the order correct including special instructions to 'hold the sour cream'. The food was excellent and plentiful. If you like the home style Mexican meals, give this one a try.
Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
A recent visit to the place after several years of avoiding the place was a pleasant surprise. The food was MUCH better than it had previously been. The staff was both pleasant and attentive. We noticed that the staff did not congregate and stand around like we had become accustom to. There were either tending to patrons, clearing tables, cleaning up areas or checking the buffet. This was the first time in a long time that I came away from the meal without an ill feeling.
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Public - 9 months ago
reviewed 9 months ago