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  • #31
    Originally posted by CaptOldTimer View Post
    What he said, he shouldn't be denying it!

    Maybe they do kind of stuff at in California, eh?
    Not denying anything.

    Turnouts can be dangerous. Especially immediately following a fire. I never said they weren't. As previously stated I wouldn't allow my children direct contact with them.

    If you re-read post #10 you will see that our dept doesn't deal with a lot of structure fires so in that regard my turnouts usually are relatively harmless. Therefore I have no problem bringing them into the house. Bodily fluids are more of a concern to me and that gets addressed immediately.

    Good for y'all for being concerned about your families. But does it make sense to be so concerned in one area, almost to the point of obsession, while so many other similiar hazards exist. These other hazards, many more than the few I've suggested here, are far more commonplace.
    Last edited by Blulakr; 10-12-2010, 08:11 PM. Reason: Retracted argumentative comments.
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    • #32
      Originally posted by RFD21C View Post
      I never bring my gear into the house not because of the exposure risk. She would simpily kick my ***** for bringing that "smelly nasty stuff into the house." haha

      My wife has been a volly since she turned 18, over 20 years. She says she likes the smell.
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