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    Default Help with hose image sought

    I'm putting together a powerpoint for a class on hose loads. Would like to find an image of a tangled mess of spagetti. I could search the thousands of images on the net or hope one of you fine folks might have a shortcut.
    Thanks in advance

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    this is the best i could find
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    lead, follow, or move the hell out of the way.

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    Lets see if this works...

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    Default Photo by Steve Spak

    Or here is some as well...

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    Ok...a caption for tridget80s pic.....


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    or.....

    "I said it is fine...not charge the line!"
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    Had something similar happen to us a couple of years ago - just goes to see how a simple communications SNAFU can cause everything to go wrong. Pump operator yelled "Water On" to the Nozzle crew letting them know that he was charging the attack line. Hydrant man heard "Water On" so he opened the hydrant. Unfortunately the other end of the supply line was still in the hose bed - attached to 600 more feet. I'll try to find the picture for you.
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