on 6/5/2008 7:06 AM C. E. White said the following:
Yes, they are easier and safer than metal when drilling holes in the
tank to steal gas, as has been happening lately. Drilling into the tank
with cordless drills won't cause a spark which may result in injury or
death to the thieves, and thereby limiting the amount of damages you may
have to pay for injuring the thief from other reasons, like dropping the
drill on their face.
On Thu, 05 Jun 2008 07:41:17 -0400, willshak wrote:
Take your cordless drill into a completely darkened room and hit the
trigger, and tell me there isn't a spark! You still have a rotor, a
stator and brushes, and any time you have those, you can generate a spark.
Maybe a few will start blowing these bastards to hell...
I find it ironic that part of the solution to conserving petroleum uses
products made from petroleum (plastics).
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address with the letter 'x')
Of course you know plastics are made from the garbage that remains once all
the useful stuff has been distilled from a barrel of crude... This garbage
was priorly dumped as useless before scientists learned how to play with
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