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Old 03-25-2014, 08:29 PM
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Well, I guess the show is now over. Thanks for coming out. I'm here every Tuesday and Thursday. Tip your waiter and have a great evening.
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Being stupid enough to use it.
I have seen plenty of trucks with Nathen train horns on them, and Im sure they get used. Never a story about getting a ticket for them.
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Well, I guess the show is now over. Thanks for coming out. I'm here every Tuesday and Thursday. Tip your waiter and have a great evening.
Do you follow bad tippers home too?
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Old 03-25-2014, 10:17 PM
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Hey, I'm proud of you. You completed an entire post without using the word pussy.

Now go blow your train horn at women and children walking down the sidewalk.
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Old 03-25-2014, 10:30 PM
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Joe,

I want to add a bit more....

You're the guy who disagreed with the police officer who arrested someone who blew a train horn at a women walking on a sidewalk causing her to fall into street where the guy then almost ran her over, which most likely would've killer her.

And you had the audacity to proclaim that other people on this thread were stupid. Pot, meet kettle.

I feel sorry for you. I got angry when I saw the video posted earlier...you know the one. You seem to be angry constantly. Maybe it's like excursion said. Maybe your wife is cheating on you, maybe your kid is on drugs, maybe you just lost your business. Whatever your issue is I hope things get better for you. Cheer up, you'll live longer.

If that doesn't do it, take my earlier piece of advice. Go play with your little horn.

Smiley face back atcha.
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Old 03-25-2014, 11:04 PM
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What is the harm done from blowing the horn after a sporting event? Also, you do not know what i meant by "have fun" so I will explain. A friend of mine has slightly over four hundred acres with trails just big enough for there dually to squeeze through. I normally go to a spot and hit the horn for 3 seconds every so often and we time each other to see how long it take one another to find my jeep with a dirt bike or his gator. I know that is not everybody's cup of tea. But we like doing that every once in a while. I'm not saying they should be used to scare people because they simply should not but I am saying there are some totally safe ways to use them.
I realize I'm about 7 pages out of this at this point, but I want to clarify my post in response to this post.

I have no problem with you having some loud horn or whatever you use on your friend's 400 acres, or blowing that horn after a sporting event, or whatever.

My issue is that you are modifying the car's horn, an important safety feature, with this ridiculous and dangerously loud train horn for the purposes of "having fun"...you need your car's horn, and you need to be able to blow it in an emergency on the road without startling other drivers and pedestrians to the point where you can cause an accident.

If you had two horns...a train horn for "fun" and the regular horn for use on the road, you'd get no argument from me. Its people who use this BS on public roads and endanger the lives of others I have a problem with.
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Hey, I'm proud of you. You completed an entire post without using the word pussy.

Now go blow your train horn at women and children walking down the sidewalk.
For a minute there I thought you were done acting like one.
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I realize I'm about 7 pages out of this at this point, but I want to clarify my post in response to this post.

I have no problem with you having some loud horn or whatever you use on your friend's 400 acres, or blowing that horn after a sporting event, or whatever.

My issue is that you are modifying the car's horn, an important safety feature, with this ridiculous and dangerously loud train horn for the purposes of "having fun"...you need your car's horn, and you need to be able to blow it in an emergency on the road without startling other drivers and pedestrians to the point where you can cause an accident.

If you had two horns...a train horn for "fun" and the regular horn for use on the road, you'd get no argument from me. Its people who use this BS on public roads and endanger the lives of others I have a problem with.
While I'm sure thee is someone out there who has this as their regular horn, I would bet most of them have it set up to a separate button.
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Joe,

I want to add a bit more....

You're the guy who disagreed with the police officer who arrested someone who blew a train horn at a women walking on a sidewalk causing her to fall into street where the guy then almost ran her over, which most likely would've killer her.

And you had the audacity to proclaim that other people on this thread were stupid. Pot, meet kettle.

I feel sorry for you. I got angry when I saw the video posted earlier...you know the one. You seem to be angry constantly. Maybe it's like excursion said. Maybe your wife is cheating on you, maybe your kid is on drugs, maybe you just lost your business. Whatever your issue is I hope things get better for you. Cheer up, you'll live longer.

If that doesn't do it, take my earlier piece of advice. Go play with your little horn.

Smiley face back atcha.
Your worrying about how and what other people do and think I'm angry?
My 1 st post summed up all of your posts so far except for when you said the show was over.
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Old 03-26-2014, 09:16 AM
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While I'm sure thee is someone out there who has this as their regular horn, I would bet most of them have it set up to a separate button.
Heh...I bet you're 100% wrong. If you polled the people here that have these horns. I'd bet money almost all of them replaced their OEM horn. So the train horn is their ONLY horn.
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Heh...I bet you're 100% wrong. If you polled the people here that have these horns. I'd bet money almost all of them replaced their OEM horn. So the train horn is their ONLY horn.
Mine, as mentioned earlier, is on a separate button. I think this is what most do also. Its not to be nice or practical though... Its because it works best that way. It would be foolish to use as your normal horn because the air compressor can't keep up. Its only good for a few short blast before depleting the tank.
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Just don't blow it at people out on the road...and you'll get no argument from me.
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