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Is this a bad time to bump the cruse ship horn idea?
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Old 03-25-2014, 08:47 AM
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Is this a bad time to bump the cruse ship horn idea?
Cruise ship horn? Forget that! I had cruise missiles installed in my Lincoln MKX! Wait for it...

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Old 03-25-2014, 10:09 AM
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Cruise ship horn? Forget that! I had cruise missiles installed in my car! Wait for it...
I wonder what the Deputy DoRights think of that one....??? LOL!
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I wonder what the Deputy DoRights think of that one....??? LOL!
So no response on how you'd react if that was your son on the bike in that video and he were severely injured? I'm curious to know what you'd do if you saw that happen and saw your child on the ground hurt/crying? Just curious...,

My guess-one of things, you either ignore the question or you give a bs answer. Prove me wrong and tell me it would upset you, then at least I know you are a human.

Two things to end on...

1-you probably think that video with the exploding car is real don't you?

2-men shouldn't type the phrase "LOL". It's a teenage girl thing. Just FYI.
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I have no problem with people doing what they want. Want a train horn? Get it. My problem comes from people using freedom to the point where they ruin it for everyone.

It's like drinking at a baseball game. Drink, get drunk, whatever. But when you get so hammered that you cause a 7 car pile up on the freeway or get into a fight on the stands or parking lot (San Fran giants vs dodgers game, well documented) then it's a prob. Doing that bs ruins it for everyone. Stadiums limit the amount of alcohol for EVERYONE afterwards. Even if there is no good reason other than the guy driving the excursion diesel got too drunk last week and caused a problem.

Being a moron in public causes EVERYONE problems. If you are too short sighted to see that then you have more problems than the one I'm currently addressing. Think. Then think about it some more. The answer will come to you. Or if not you'll be blowing train horns at strangers in public for fun.

That's a good look, by the way. Who really wants to be "that guy" with the train horn causing people to wreck their bicycles? I know I'd be embarrassed to be caught doing that...
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Is this a bad time to bump the cruse ship horn idea?
I say do it!.....

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So no response on how you'd react if that was your son on the bike in that video and he were severely injured? I'm curious to know what you'd do if you saw that happen and saw your child on the ground hurt/crying? Just curious...,

My guess-one of things, you either ignore the question or you give a bs answer. Prove me wrong and tell me it would upset you, then at least I know you are a human.

Two things to end on...

1-you probably think that video with the exploding car is real don't you?

2-men shouldn't type the phrase "LOL". It's a teenage girl thing. Just FYI.






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I have no problem with people doing what they want. Want a train horn? Get it. My problem comes from people using freedom to the point where they ruin it for everyone.

It's like drinking at a baseball game. Drink, get drunk, whatever. But when you get so hammered that you cause a 7 car pile up on the freeway or get into a fight on the stands or parking lot (San Fran giants vs dodgers game, well documented) then it's a prob. Doing that bs ruins it for everyone. Stadiums limit the amount of alcohol for EVERYONE afterwards. Even if there is no good reason other than the guy driving the excursion diesel got too drunk last week and caused a problem.

Being a moron in public causes EVERYONE problems. If you are too short sighted to see that then you have more problems than the one I'm currently addressing. Think. Then think about it some more. The answer will come to you. Or if not you'll be blowing train horns at strangers in public for fun.

That's a good look, by the way. Who really wants to be "that guy" with the train horn causing people to wreck their bicycles? I know I'd be embarrassed to be caught doing that...
Are you just fishing for arguments?.......

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Re: Train Horn

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Do you really want a train horn or just an air horn.

If you want the real deal look up Nathan air chime.
J C Whitney has an entire assortment of electric or compressed air type horns, compressors, solenoids, and even weather shields if you mount your horns in a forward facing air blast.

Or, you can get a bull horn with variable loudness. Or La Cucaracha, Dixie, Dukes of Hazzard, etc. etc. etc.
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Kind of but not really I guess...just wanted to hammer my point home. Which I feel like I've done at this point. Cheers!
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Wanted to put one on my wife's Mini Cooper as a safety feature when people try to come over on you in the next lane, but she said "No!"
I did that on a 66 MGB out in Utah where folks had the bad habit of pulling right out onto major highways right in front of it. Hadley truck horns. Quite effective as they sound just like a huge semi about to adjust your membership in the gene pool.
The vacuum powered compressor leaned out the tiny engine too much, so had to switch to an electric one.
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My guess-one of things, you either ignore the question or you give a bs answer. Prove me wrong and tell me it would upset you, then at least I know you are a human.
Sorry, I'm not taking the bait. I'm just amused by all of this virtual chest pounding.

We don't know one another so guessing does no good. I could be that bald 140 lb weakling you want to brutalize...or a fit 210 lb man with a firearm waiting at my house after someone follows me home to give me the "beating I deserve". I could also be the father of 5 kids that works hard, pays his taxes, drives a Jeep and would be upset if one of my kids where abused in any way.

What I surely am is human and I try to do no harm unless necessary. I'm not affected by pokes at my manhood...nor am I compelled to belittle others to make myself feel better.

I'm casually involved as a spectator in this thread. You guys go ahead and keep it up.

Its hilarious.

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