that's funny..i always get that Jet Express song from the commercial stuck in my head..."Jet Express Jet Express Todaaaaay"..BrutuStrength said:I worked for the Jet Express (Jet-engine catamaran ferryboats from Port Clinton to Put-In-Bay.)
Natural Gas is actually odorless. They put that smell in it to detect gas leaks.OSUsushichic said:I taught swimming lessons at the local public pool and painted gas meters for Cumberland Gas in Mt. Vernon. Nothing like sniffing natural gas and paint chips all day!
Natural Gas is actually odorless. They put that smell in it to detect gas leaks.
I never knew that until a few years ago until my buddy who is a Nautal Gas driller in Oklahoma told me.
Thump said:Natural Gas is actually odorless. They put that smell in it to detect gas leaks.
I know exactly how you feel about being sensitive to the smell. I've worked around gas lines since I was 18. I used to locate underground faciliteis for AEP, Time Warner, and Columbia Gas and everytime there was a gas line hit and I would have to go to the site I dreaded it because the smell of rotten eggs makes me nautious (sp?) . I don't have to worry about smelling it anymore. I work behind a desk if you couldn't already tellOSUsushichic said:After working that job, I'm extra sensitive to the smell. When I worked on OSU's West Campus a few years ago, I would smell natural gas every day.