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post #11 of (permalink) Old 09-02-2002, 02:32 PM
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I'd say about half the dept is converted over now to red. Still a few lime yellow ones around. you can go to <a target="_blank" href=http://www.sanantoniofire.org>www.sanantoniofire.org</a> to look at trucks and stations in sa. We just got one of the new ones,... pretty sweet. [img]images/icons/cool.gif[/img]

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Yah here in Corpus Christi, alot of girls have trucks but might as well have cars cause they never do anything with them. But the deal is, the girls always want to ride with the guys that have the badass trucks (me and my friends) and like to go mudding in them. I tend to get the most requests for a ride...I LOVE MY SUBURBAN. So basically the girls 'round here like the riding around part of trucks...
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Why is it so hard for a modern woman to find a kind, gentle, sensitive man?
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I thought there was a study that yeller trucks were easier seen by motorists?
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hmmmm, steve are you implying that most chicks into trucks are related to the dinosaur "lickalotopus"? [img]images/icons/laugh.gif[/img]
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There was, and I do believe that the lime yellow was the most visible color according to the study. Cities that would use those colors got discounts from insurance companies. However, I believe it was later determind that the average citizen expects to see red fire trucks.... and when something yellow, with flashing lights comes up behind them, they are slower to get out of the way etc.... leading to more accidents. Maybe it was white that was the most visible... anyway, white is not supposed to work good up north because of snow condidtions etc. I really don't care what they can see better....... I like red. [img]images/icons/wink.gif[/img]

I say if something BIG.... making a loud noise... with flashing lights comes up behind you... get the flock out of the way! LOL
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Because all of them already have boyfriends! [img]images/icons/tongue.gif[/img]
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Heh, that's what i thought you meant [img]images/icons/laugh.gif[/img]
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i love the way people around here respond to abulances and fire trucks making a run, makes me laugh and wanna jump out with my favorite crowbar so that they understand what kind of di(ks they are by ignoring the emergency vechicles when they can't get to the hospital in any decent time. couple of weeks ago a fire dep. ambulance was trying to cross a four lane (2 each way) highway just after the lights turned green for cross traffic, i heard him coming a block away and just sat there, all 3 other lanes started haulin but and he sat there letting the bad arss horn rip for over 15 sec. litterly, he was so close to the treffic i thought mirrors were gonna start flying, no one would stop. send 20 cap cars behind one and they all would be writing tickets in minutes.
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I cant even tell you how many times I want to jump out of the engine and rag on folks. I have to stop myself a lot from sticking a certain finger out of the window and cursing at them.

I dont know if some folks just dont care or what, but how can you miss a 12' tall, 6' wide, 35+' long diesel truck with sirens blairning and lights flashing? I garunte if those same folks were in danger or if their kin were in danger they'd be pissed at folks who didnt get out of the way.

Maybe if they'd get off the dang cell phone and turn their radios down they would have attention left to notice things like that.

Sorry to rant like that, but this is something that realy ticks me off. I'm sure the other firefighters (and police and EMTs) here know what I mean.
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