15:47-- yesitsme: ... but I'm not going to cry for them.
16:08-- yesitsme: The people that live right by Fire stations? ... at least it's not a constant/daily thing. Some days worse than others. Yea, I feel for them too.
16:09-- yesitsme: Don't think Firetruck sirens are 110db though.
16:19-- yesitsme: Ooops. Yes they are. Some are almost 120 db. A car horn is 118 db @ 3 feet. An Air Raid (tornado) siren is around 127 db @ 100 ft. -------- The threshold of pain is 130 db, with anything above that causing immediate hearing damage.
16:20-- ranger1: If someone is so drunk or tired that they can't see huge flashing arms then a horn probably isn't going to save them
16:21-- ranger1: Never got why people value the sound of a train horn so much and would be against quiet zones
21:07-- yesitsme: Yea ranger1! They don't even need to be driving...
17:02-- ForneyFan: No one likes the horns, but its there for a reason, safety
17:02-- ForneyFan: I agree no one should be driving drunk or whatever but it could happen
17:04-- ForneyFan: I think a horn is more necessary in a area thats more dense then not. Oh well can't always win with the majority who always think about what makes life better, when the thing they are supporting is making life more vulnerable.
18:17-- yesitsme: Well, maybe ours will have the wayside horn. That should make you happier.
18:17-- yesitsme: (I'd have to do research on the article and see if that is in the plans for Forney)
18:24-- yesitsme: It's not here - I'd have to look at City documents, and I'm not about to for that.
18:25-- yesitsme: DID YOU KNOW the Quiet Zone ruling for us was passed in October 2013?? - It was scheduled to be completed in summer of 2014. THAT didn't happen.
22:02-- DebbieKay: Let's see...(365 days a year x 2 years) x 26 trains a day = 18,980 trains have gone through our town in that time.
22:05-- DebbieKay: So since I've lived here 10 years that means there have been 94,900 trains that have passed by my house. dayuuum
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13:44-- yesitsme: +++ Ignore the Guest +++
13:45-- yesitsme: Well, ALMOST DebbieKay. Dayum is right, except 10 years ago I don't think the # of trains was 26/day
13:46-- yesitsme: In fact even now, it's not 26 EVERY day. Some have less - like Sundays. Fridays seem pretty busy....
13:46-- yesitsme: I mean to try and actually count them this Friday.
13:46-- yesitsme: ... or next.
13:47-- yesitsme: I might miss some when I'm sleeping
13:48-- yesitsme: Hey! Guess Who is Coming in December to House of Blues w tickets in the $20 to $27.50 range? ... Annnd we (could have) seen them for FREE at the Spellman Amphi? (Some did).
13:49-- yesitsme: Hahaha.... they were "jokey", so I didn't go see them.
13:50-- yesitsme: [Steel Panther]
13:55-- yesitsme: They are doing Canada now, then two other House of Blues around the U.S., and another place
13:55-- yesitsme: Hope they remember FORNEY fondly. Hahahahah
13:59-- yesitsme: OH!!! Ooops oops dang. NVM all that. It was Velcro Pygmies here. Not Steel Panther. MY BAD.
13:59-- yesitsme: Looks like the same ish though.
14:00-- yesitsme: Velcro Pygmies must be Steel Panther wannabees
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