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Old 03-18-2016, 01:47 PM   #11
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well, basically, we left the fire extinguisher in the bus.. I may have accidentally used it and didn't know it's a one time use..

and it kind of exploded with the Florida heat and all the windows being shut. I'm assuming the pressure kind of leaked out of the extinguisher and couldn't get out.. so.. boom. :3
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Old 03-18-2016, 03:17 PM   #12
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hmmm mines been ok. The cans of paint and stripper explode though.
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Old 03-18-2016, 03:33 PM   #13
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Darn, I thought Jake was mean like the rest of us.

Speaking for the older crowd on here, get a hair cut! Just kidding. It'll fall out soon enough.
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You know, co2 fire extinguishers don't make all that mess. They're also better at covering more types of fire. Most people at least think about switching after cleaning up all that powder.
Think about this. If you had an engine fire the co2 won't damage your engine.
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Old 03-18-2016, 04:35 PM   #15
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pretty cool, waiting for the next episode
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Bro, all I can say is...come up to TN and we will eat and hangout...the video was cool...relax and have fun...I have a spot for you...and can run a cord.

have fun, live and enjoy life....each step will open your eyes....wow...18...to be 18 again...hell I would still be 47 now

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Awesome to see another young person into the bus life. Looking forward to seeing what you come up with as far as style. Also digging the studio in the back. Think it'll fit a drum set? Or just keyboard max?

I worry than that you guys won't have enough storage with that floorplan though.
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Awesome to see another young person into the bus life. Looking forward to seeing what you come up with as far as style. Also digging the studio in the back. Think it'll fit a drum set? Or just keyboard max?

I worry than that you guys won't have enough storage with that floorplan though.
Thanks!

It probably won't fit a drum set, but a keyboard and probably two guitars (on the wall, not in use at the same time), and a microphone.

I'm not too concerned with the storage space. We're going to build storage into the bunk beds for clothes and stuff like that, a medicine cabinet for hygiene and we'll have a couch which we'll probably design.. so, more storage in those, too! If need be, we do also have two sides of undercarriage . I'd love to save one in case we do decide to use some plumbing system.. but the other, we can use for storage of a portable grill, possibly fold up bikes, washer/dryer bins, that kind of thing.
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Old 03-22-2016, 09:38 PM   #19
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You know, co2 fire extinguishers don't make all that mess. They're also better at covering more types of fire. Most people at least think about switching after cleaning up all that powder.
Think about this. If you had an engine fire the co2 won't damage your engine.
I'll look into getting one of those! Thanks

Side note, about my hair: I love it! ;)

My mom doesn't.. but I just want to let it grow and see where it goes from there, haha.
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