Need some winter heat?

Discussion in 'Motorhome Chat' started by TJ-RV, Feb 18, 2009.

  1. TJ-RV

    TJ-RV Deleted User

    Here's one way to heat your motorhome when the temperature gets too low. Be sure to have a fire engine on standby.

    [ame]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sU478UvcF6I[/ame]
     
  2. kkclassic

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    Fire Jet Truck

    Wow wonder what his gallons to the mile are?

    Impressive
     
  3. JeanLuc

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    Only in America!

    What a pathetic show of bravado. Great example of self-indulgent pollution and wasted natural resources.
    :Mad:
     
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    weymard Read Only Funster

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    :Mad: As we say in French : "débile" (daft)
     
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    hilldweller Funster Life Member

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    Why would anyone do that ?
     
  6. TJ-RV

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    I can only guess why they'd do that, but some possibilities might be:

    - Demo their "fire truck" capability.

    - Get rid of that very old Winnebago.

    Glad I wasn't downwind of it.
     
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    hilldweller Funster Life Member

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    Or they are Top Gear fans and think anything that gets TV time is good no matter how brain dead it is.

    But please don't be offended, this is no criticism of you for posting it, it deserves it on the basis "you'll never believe this". :)

    It's on a par with TG's building of a space shuttle using a reliant robin using our money. I really do hate to think how much that cost the Beeb.

    I really appreciate Fifth Gear now, they actually do dumbed down tests and Tiff + Jason are a great pair for showing skilled fun in cars.
     
  8. wasp

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    Only in America ,everything to excess ,all he wanted was two slices of toast:Rofl1::Rofl1::Rofl1::Rofl1:
     
  9. pappajohn

    pappajohn Funster Life Member

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    Hey.............chill out.:Angry:

    i also enjoyed the topgear team dragging a variety of old cars across the jetwash of a 747 on full thrust and that used a lot more of 'the worlds resources' than these guys ever would.

    how many time has your local radar station been 'attacked' by military jets to see if the system still works....they know the system works so why 'waste' so much of 'the worlds resources' doing it again and again.:Angry:
     
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    hilldweller Funster Life Member

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    No way, I am Grumpy Old Man. I have my reputation to consider.

    I am sick Grumpy Old Man because I keep watching TG despite their juvenile excesses. I'm not sure how much that is a comment on me or the captivating TV programs we get now.

    But how many times can we watch serious quality cars being abused on an airfield. How many more stale jokes about James' sexuality. How many scenes of little Hammond yapping round his master's ankles. I do like The Star, that's 5 minutes of really good entertainment.

    I enjoyed Hammond's Airbus program even though it was a good half hour program stretched to a full hour. One hell of a piece of engineering. Though the point about them fitting winglets as The Big Thing then showing a Boeing that had them 15 years ago was a bit pointless. And the long drawn out demo of a shock absorber was equally pointless because Henry Ford knew about these 100 years ago. OK, so it was mostly crap, but not the view inside an unfinished one. I hope they sell one.
     
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