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    Hi. My name is cheffie and I killed a thread this week. (for those who may be wondering what I killed, the answer/question thread). The thead killing word is:
    PREVENTION



    why does that make me sad?

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    • Originally posted by superchef
      Hi. My name is cheffie and I killed a thread this week. (for those who may be wondering what I killed, the answer/question thread). The thead killing word is:
      PREVENTION



      why does that make me sad?
      Don't worry Cheffie...I believe I killed ARHaney's Gun Revenge thread. Add another to the list....
      YGBSM!
      Eagles may soar, but weasels don't get sucked into jet engines.

      If all you have is a hammer, then your problems start to look like nails.
      ___________________

      IACOJ
      Southern Division.

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      • Originally posted by spearsm
        Don't worry Cheffie...I believe I killed ARHaney's Gun Revenge thread. Add another to the list....

        Mark, You forgot one..........................

        Redneck Christmas
        Chief
        Wren Volunteer Fire Department
        IACOJ
        Southern Division

        http://www.wrenfiredepartment.4t.com/

        In Memory of:
        FireFighter/Pilot James Archer
        1946-2005
        "Rest in peace James, you now have the ultimate set of wings on you."

        Thanks, LeuitEFDems

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        • Originally posted by arhaney
          Mark, You forgot one..........................

          Redneck Christmas
          Gee, Alan. You aren't making me feel any better!
          YGBSM!
          Eagles may soar, but weasels don't get sucked into jet engines.

          If all you have is a hammer, then your problems start to look like nails.
          ___________________

          IACOJ
          Southern Division.

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          • thread killers unite

            HAVE A SAFE HAPPY NEW YEARS TO ALL THE THREAD KILLERS


            Thanks spear. I don't feel so bad now and someone posted again so the thread lives on.

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            • So what is it about red paint that makes it so difficult to get
              good coverage?

              I used a recommended primer and three coats of red before all was said and done.

              Happy New Year.

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              • Originally posted by PattyV
                btw, lutan and stillPSFB, us Queenslanders are ready to come help you guys out if you need our help this coming weather period. Just ask specifically for Lower Beechmont RFB
                The ****'s really hit the fan here tonight out west - they could lose seven large towns by dawn. Strike teams are being responded from everywhere.

                I don't think that you will get down to here though - if I were a betting man I'd bet the house on Sydney calling for anything that has 4 wheels and a pump by about 15:00 Sunday - you guys will get the call as with our current fire situation we won't be able to send much help this time.

                For the benefit of those in the U.S., Sydney has an urban interface problem like Californian cities. When things go bad there we get the call to go up and help - it's only a 900 mile Code 3 run My FDNY friends totally freak when I tell them that we go on 900 mile runs for fires - one of them said that if they go more than 5 miles then it must be a really big job.
                Last edited by stillPSFB; 12-31-2005, 08:28 AM.
                Busy polishing the stacked tips on the deckgun of I.A.C.O.J. Engine#1

                ...and before you ask - YES I have done a Bloody SEARCH!

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                • If we don't hear from Patty in the next few hours then it's a fair bet that he's riding a truck into hell - things have really gone pear shaped, the ****s hit the fan and the world's gone nuts north and south of Sydney tonight - north of Sydney is somewhere no firefighter in the world would want to be right now as they are really really in the **** with their backs against the wall. Currently they are fighting from house to house and street to street but are being driven further back all the time - that's 120+ 5 man companies being driven back, the wind is blowing 70mph steady and gusting a lot harder and it just plain ain't looking good

                  Good luck Bro and stay safe if you are down in amongst it.
                  Last edited by stillPSFB; 01-01-2006, 08:54 AM.
                  Busy polishing the stacked tips on the deckgun of I.A.C.O.J. Engine#1

                  ...and before you ask - YES I have done a Bloody SEARCH!

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                  • http://www.int.iol.co.za/index.php?s...6101502759B223

                    For those who ain't seen it.
                    Last edited by LEWTFL; 01-01-2006, 09:15 AM.

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                    • Just got a report a few minutes ago that the fire is roaring on a 15 mile front with a 150 foot high wall of flame and is about half a mile from taking out the town of Kariong which has about 650 houses in it (well it did have a few minutes ago anyway). Embers were landing all around the houses and starting numerous fires in the town.

                      Bugger all you can do when it's got a 70mph wind behind it. They've got over 40 other fires out of control in that state as well, so it's a mess up there.
                      Busy polishing the stacked tips on the deckgun of I.A.C.O.J. Engine#1

                      ...and before you ask - YES I have done a Bloody SEARCH!

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                      • Sounds nasty

                        I participated in interface protection duties for the city of Cranbrook B.C in 2003

                        We were called in 'just in case', and never saw any action.

                        Just watching the flames across the valley sent shivers up my spine...

                        Some of the forestry guys gave us an education in the wildfire classification system (which has a name which I can't seem to remember). The worst as I recall was a rank 7.... Tree's candling and flames running in the treetops. Spotting up to several miles ahead of the fire, and generating its own sucking wind due to the insatiable apitite for o2.

                        I hope PattyV and all else near Sydney are safe and sound.
                        SRFD905 - Serving since 1998

                        *~-|EGH|FTM|-~*

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                        • I havent been called in yet. They are probably keeping us QLDers on hold a bit longer as replacement crews later on in the week. Thats the only reason i can think of that im not on one of the longer code 3 calls ever.

                          Imagine how many alarms you would have to sound to get mutual aid from 900km away.
                          "There are only two things that i know are infinite, the universe and human stupidity. And im not so sure about the former."

                          For all the life of me, i cant see a firefighter going to hell. At least not for very long. We would end up putting out all the fires and annoying the devil too much.

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                          • Jobs like that are where the fire service acronym **** was first developed "Send Help It's Terrible"
                            Busy polishing the stacked tips on the deckgun of I.A.C.O.J. Engine#1

                            ...and before you ask - YES I have done a Bloody SEARCH!

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                            • Just read that a firefighter is in a critical condition after recieving 3rd degree burns to 60% of his body. Apparently he got trapped in his tractor whilst trying to save his property.

                              My prayers are going to him and his family.
                              "There are only two things that i know are infinite, the universe and human stupidity. And im not so sure about the former."

                              For all the life of me, i cant see a firefighter going to hell. At least not for very long. We would end up putting out all the fires and annoying the devil too much.

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                              • My prayers are going to him and his family.

                                Thread Killer Extraordinaire!

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