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Old 02-12-2012, 02:51 PM   #29
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Was I supposed to ground or bond the sewer hose? I mean, it is a wire wound hose you know, and it is for transferring hazardous materials.
I sometimes make a 'tinfoil tent' over mine due to the "haz mat" thing. It lets the 'ground radiation' return to the ground.
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Old 02-12-2012, 06:28 PM   #30
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Old 02-12-2012, 08:11 PM   #31
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Only if you don't have it grounded properly.
Good thing there wasn't any static electricity. Gould have been explosive with the casses.

I will have to find out where to ground it.
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A view of train tracks? A train in the middle of the night? I wouldn't want that spot for $25.
Then there's those of us who pick out boondock camping sites because of the probability of trains. My wife and I did a recent trip out and about BC and camped wherever there were good spots to train watch and train listen throughout the night. Highway one north of Hope BC and across to Kamloops has lots of such places and we've spent a night or two at most of them.
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Then there's those of us who pick out boondock camping sites because of the probability of trains. My wife and I did a recent trip out and about BC and camped wherever there were good spots to train watch and train listen throughout the night. Highway one north of Hope BC and across to Kamloops has lots of such places and we've spent a night or two at most of them.
The record that CN has for derailments I hope you don't park too close. Thats my old stompin grounds a few years back when I was logging. Tree Huggers, arrrggg. That's another story!
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Great post, nice to have a chuckle every now and then.
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It would be fine if you run it through a flux capacitor.
LOL- by the way, where do I purchase one of those fine devices? It would also be valuable when I solder something, I wouldn't need solder with flux as a core!
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Did he get out and stand in the puddle?
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That's the old part, no longer available. There is an upgrade that does not require plutonium. Replacement part is as follows:
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That's the old part, no longer available. There is an upgrade that does not require plutonium. Replacement part is as follows:
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I tryed to select my vehicle make and model but they don't have a listing for an enterprise class starship. Closest thing is a honda accura.
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OMG... They're right around the corner from me. I'm going to print that and take it there tomorrow when I go to get a new throzzle rod and gonkulator.
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