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    Question fire ade

    We had a salesman at the meeting tonight talking about
    a new additive for class A B & D fires I think it was
    Fireade 2000 Anybody have any real world
    experience with it? Chief ordered 2 5gallon jugs so we
    can try it out,
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    Good grief, massfire!!! Just joined today, and all of your repsonses are bumping threads that are a couple of years old...about 1 particular product? I think we can safely assume you are a salesman for the company.

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    Nope

    we use the product. Just trying to help set some people straight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by massfire View Post
    Nope

    we use the product. Just trying to help set some people straight.
    Straight on what? That you are too cheap to pay for an ad?

    FyredUp

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    Default fireade

    get a life.

    If the information doesn't apply to you, then move on. It is a 2 step process.
    BTW I will ask if my department will take an ad. out.

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    WOW! Mass you have at last count 21 post all related (10 different threads) to fireaid. Is this your new full time job?

    Can you talk about other fire related topics???

    T.J.

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    Default fireade

    sure.

    but it seems that the thread is about fireade.

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    Quote Originally Posted by massfire View Post
    get a life.

    If the information doesn't apply to you, then move on. It is a 2 step process.
    BTW I will ask if my department will take an ad. out.
    Why would a fire department take out an ad on foam?

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    Default foam

    exactly. some are quicker than others.

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    How about some fireade koolaid? I'm sure it's refreshing...

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    Default foam

    Very witty and possible delicious

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    Quote Originally Posted by jacklrd View Post
    Why would a fire department take out an ad on foam?
    Take his username, put www. in front of it and .com behind it and see what you come up with. I'm sure it's sheer coincidence it's a company that sells...... (are you ready?)................FOAM!

    I'm sure it's even more coincidental that all of his posts are in foam threads, most of which he's revived after being dead for years.

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    So. Who is using the stuff? Any good? Recomendations? Cost effectiveness relative to alternatives? Anything actually related to the thread or original question?

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    I've found Powerade(tm)to be easier on my stomach that Gatorade(tm).
    There was a mix called"Squencher" that Petter Supply in Paducah Ky used to sell.I don't know if they still do but it was pretty good keeping towboaters hydrated when out on the tow.
    Then there's always a good old fashioned windmill cocktail.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dday05 View Post
    How about some fireade koolaid? I'm sure it's refreshing...
    it's been pretty hot out the past week,i'll have a glass or 2

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    I joined the thread very late.

    My Dept uses fireade and i posted a link to some fireade videos. they might be interesting to some but not the others.

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    Yea catch, my post was pure sarcasm.

    I should have put one of these guys on there ->

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    How do you report this kind of stuff.

    Is there a way to make folks only watch for some time before they can post?

    Also, I like the grape Kool Aid, better for making popcicles.

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    Look at the bottom of the gray area on the left of the persons post and there is a little red triangle with a "!" in it, click it to report a post.

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