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at Ritzville Supercharger right now - burning bushes on 3/13

Discussion in 'Northwest' started by Bperry, Mar 13, 2015.

  1. Bperry

    Bperry Member

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    I realize asking eastern Washington to compost is a tall order, but is it to much to ask not to burn bushes with gasoline next to the supercharger?

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    Sorry for gigantic pictures, best I can do from mobile right now.
     
  2. freds

    freds Member

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    Been there personally and sorry to say that this post seems to be too politically correct just inspire a **** storm or some kind of reaction or another. While I do see the gas container I dough much of it was used as a fire accelerant. I supposed he could have used biodiesel or ethanol from food producing farmland.

    However I am very happy to see that this site has been upgraded from the metal super charger stands to the sleek modern ones. That from other locations I have seen that are well lit at night with cherry red Tesla glow like your personal ride is during the daylight... The last time I was there I encountered the hard sheet metal stands.

    You should be glad that that who ever it is; has gathered up the sage brush and dried grass and is burning it in the dead of winter so that come summer it is not fuel for a wildfire to take out the entire charging infrastructure thus breaking a critical link in the supercharger chain on I-90....

    Flame on or flame off or off to the races?
     

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