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  • #44455

    Heebeegeebee BB
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    just curious.
     

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    #142431

    Ken Feldman
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    Terrible, just had to head home to deal with another friggin storm.

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    #142435

    Ken Feldman
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    I think it also has to do with Weather Broadcasters with flatulance.  They have reporters interviewing people at the gas pump talking about why they are buying premium instead of regular.  BECAUSE THEY SOLD OUT OF REGULAR YOU IDIOT!!!!!  Should be some wind and rain by this afternoon.

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    #142437

    Anonymous
    Guest

    Have you heard anything about adding Nitrous Oxide to petrol? What’s that all about?

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    #142439

    luke skywalker
    Participant

    Don’t forget your batteries, milk, and bread. Oh, and your good friend Don Julio…

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    #142441

    Ken Feldman
    Participant

    Been to Mexico twice in the last month…no shortage of the Don.  Went out this morning to make sure the NEW generator is ready just in case.  Damn thing didn’t work!!!!  Cheap Japanese motor.  Hopefully it won’t be needed.  Storm track brings it to your neck of the woods so stay dry later in the week.

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    #142442

    Ken Feldman
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    “Inside an engine, gasoline, along with oxygen that comes in the air intake, produces combustion so the car has power, but only a limited amount of oxygen comes thru the air intake. If you want more power from your car then one of the easiest places to start is by trying to push more air in there and that is what turbochargers and superchargers do: they force more air into the engine and along with more air, more oxygen comes into the engine so a bigger explosion is produced and more power generated. But what if you don’t want to buy an expensive turbocharger or supercharger or don’t want the hassle of installing them? Well, another option is to buy a NOS system. This system will inject Nitrous Oxide gas into the engine. As I mentioned in the beginning of this message, every Nitrous Oxide molecule contains two Nitrogen and one Oxygen molecule. What happens is that when the molecule enters the engine, it’s so hot in there that they separate and the oxygen molecule can help burn more gasoline now that it’s all alone. This only happens if it’s really hot (like around 570 degrees F) else they won’t separate and it won’t help burn more gasoline. There is also another benefit of using a NOS System: when Nitrous Oxide comes into the engine, it’s at a lower temperature than the air around it. When you cool things down they tend to occupy less space (the freezing of water is one of the only major exceptions to this rule). The Nitrous Oxide coming in to the engine cools down a bit the surrounding air that same air gets a little bit more compact and that extra space gets fill with a little bit more air and so more is entering the engine. When you add everything up a lot more oxygen exists in the engine and you have a bigger explosion along with the gasoline already in there.”

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    #142443

    luke skywalker
    Participant

    Did you put gas in it? Even Japanese motors generally need fuel.

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    #142445

    Mike Carnell
    Participant

    Darth,
    Sorry you got the storm but it looks like this first season on the coast is giving us a pass.
    Regards

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    #142446

    Mike Carnell
    Participant

    So by default vegetarians are the cause of global warming?
    Regards

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    #142450

    Anonymous
    Guest

    Thanks Darth .. I only heard about it yesterday.

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    #142451

    Anonymous
    Guest

    I guess the only meat eating ‘mad’ cows are still in the UK as our government never learns, never keeps a promise, but still want to be a ‘foreign’ bribe – oops! I mean bride.
    Cheers ..

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    #142452

    Night Fox
    Participant

    Bring enough gas to power your electrical generators and connect to isixsigma.com! Of Course if intenet connection still up and running!!!

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    #142460

    Mikel
    Member

    Lovely, headed to Florida to help family and friends with some friggin storm. Someone thought it was a good idea to leave a nice boat in the South Florida.
    Darth, yell if you need help – I’ll be a few hours south of you.

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    #142464

    Ken Feldman
    Participant

    Stan, tourists have been evacuated from the Keys.  Track places it smack onto Key Large/Islamorada today.  Should be OK by late tomorrow.  Have a good trip.

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    #142469

    Heebeegeebee BB
    Participant

    WOW, That’s scary news D.   Keep safe.
    Heebee

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    #142508

    Mike Carnell
    Participant

    That is some hard core determination to use your laptop.
    Regards

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    #142513

    Mikel
    Member

    Last stop before the Keys.
    Went from marina on the coast to a strong barn in the Redlands.
    Opened a bottle of tequila and a case of Red Stripe last evening – fresh grouper and rain.
    Life is good

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    #142515

    Mike Carnell
    Participant

    It looks like the center went right through Duck Key. I hope you got your boat out.
    Good luck.
    Regards

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    #142516

    Ken Feldman
    Participant

    According to the news this morning, the “eye” came ashore on Plantation Key, the site of my former condo.  But then again, this whole adventure was much ado about nothing.  Anyway, a bottle of tequila, a case of Red Stripe, fresh grouper and a dancer from Big Dick’s bar makes for heaven.  Stan, if you are heading north a bit, give me a call or maybe we can meet somewhere and catch up.

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    #142523

    Mike Carnell
    Participant

    Reports from Calle Ocho this morning say it was just a heavy storm. Glad everyone is doing ok.
    Regards

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    #142526

    Heebeegeebee BB
    Participant

    Good news Mike!

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    #142528

    Mike Carnell
    Participant

    Thank you we appreciate the thought.
    Regards

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    #142531

    Ken Feldman
    Participant

    Now it looks like Cabo San Lucas is in the sights of a strong Cat 4 hurricane.  Good thing we went a few weeks ago and didn’t vacation there this week or next.  Prayers out to those in that neck of the woods.

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    #142538

    Chris Seider
    Participant

    Stan,
    I’m disappointed.  You are going downhill with your drink selection….are you abandoning that grappa (excuse my spelling) to take on Red Stripe?
    Your old grasshopper…. :)

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    #142540

    Mikel
    Member

    Grappa is for celebration of great achievement; Red Stripe and Tequila is for dancing naked in powerful rain storms.
    I still insist on grappa as a certification requirement.

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    #142541

    Chris Seider
    Participant

    Silver Patron is nice for sunny weather also :) 
    Guess you still kept those stringent requirements all those years…..!  By the way, I may have found something that rivals grappa on my preference scale–it’s the “straw rum” they make here in South Africa. 
     

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    #142542

    Ken Feldman
    Participant

    Apparently you require cheap tequila plus grappa plus teasing by Babe of a Sister just for a simple job interview!!!!!  No wonder I never got the job :-).

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    #142556

    almasi
    Participant

    well !!
    thnaks stan

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    #142575

    Mikel
    Member

    I hope you remembered the important pagan rituals during the passing of Ernesto yesterday.

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