I want a HUGE set of air horns on my truck. Even considering a set of
Nathan chimes if I can find one for a good price. The down side is the
compressor and air tank. I could use a used SCUBA tank, but not sure of the
volume I could get, and any size tank is fairly good sized. Two would
definitely do it, but then I'd have to build a box in the bed, or the like.
Are there any good LOUD horns that you guys have/use that are either
electric or air powered? Again, I want something that will at least
approach a Nathan in performance. (for those who don't know what Nathans
are, they are the ones from railroad locomotives)
I want good suggestions, as I don't want to be spending $$$ trying different
horns or different combinations. Trouble is, there aren't many places that
have these hooked up where you can test blow them.
I stay away from the Republik of Kalifornia for just those reasons. But,
when I do HAVE to go there, I observe all their laws. Like leaving my
concealed firearms at home.
The horns would have a separate control, as I had in my motorhome for the
two separate horns.
Discretion is the better part of valor, and the degree of danger dictates
the degree of leniency of any PO. Indiscriminate use of the big horn would
not be a smart idea anywhere.
A couple of my wallet IDs would help assuage the officer's hostility, too.
Truth is, I really like California. It's like about four different states.
It's about as diverse a state as you can get. And yet, it is truly
beautiful. It just has some strange politics.
We used to go from Las Vegas for two weeks every summer to visit my dad's
brother in Lakewood. We'd go to Knott's Berry Farm, Disneyland, Griffith
Park, ChinaTown, all over southern California. We still go to visit friends
in Bonsall. That's cool. We go to trade shows in LA. I like going to
California, I just wouldn't want to live there. Tax wise, I think there are
only a couple of states worse.
I hate going south of the 405 highway near the coast. Fortunately, my
company sold its assets down there, so I no longer have a reason to drive
that far south along the coast. I happen to live near a conservative island
city in a liberal county. Although California is a "blue" state, if one
were to look at the "red" vs. "blue" make up of the state, one would find
that, by square mile, Califorina is conservative. I suspect that's true for
most of the US. In other words, cities tend to produce citizens who think
government should attend to every need of it's citizens, and rural areas
tend to produce citizens who learn to care for themselves and others.
Let the flame begin.
SINNERS AND SAINTS, I can lead you to the promised land. Trust unto me your
worldly goods. Look not to your inner heart, for I alone know the true path
to salvation, and that path requires you to relinguish all the sins of your
former life of acquiring material goods. Do not give the wages of your sins
to "charitable" orgarnizations, for they are frought with lies and deceipt.
To be true to the calling of God you must recognize that He requires you to
send your donations to:
"Ed H. Airline Ticket to Honolulu, Hawaii" (not associated with Ed H. Hotel
I am retired. In my work life, I was a Union Teamster (parking attendant in
Las Vegas), welder, crane operator, commercial diver, and steel erection
contractor. Now, I just manage my income producing properties, and live
from investments in first deeds of trust. I also do volunteer work with the
police department, and am a part time coroner's investigator when they get
Since I don't get paid, I don't know if the jobs qualify as real or not.
Oh, yeah. I also do Homeowner's Reserve Audit Studies, and that pays.
For the times when someone does something so stupid that I really need to
get their attention instantly.
My father used to ask me that.......... "Why do you HAVE to ........?"
Maybe just because I can.
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