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Date: Tue, 11 Oct 2005 07:15:23 -0500
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Subject: Use your job to get free heat this winter
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Almost every occupation has it's waste products that produce heat.
Since fuel prices this winter will be outrageous we must all look to
our jobs for heating our homes. Here are some examples.
Restaurant worker - burn fryer oil and paper trash
Electrician - burn old wire
Carpenter - burn wood scraps
Plumber - burn pvc pipe
Office worker - burn office paper
Farmer - lots of stuff to burn on the farm, cornstalks, downed trees
Demolition - Burn parts of demolished buildings
Mechanic - Burn drain oil and old tires
Undertaker - burn dead bodies
Store owner - burn cardboard boxes and other packaging
Grocer - burn rotted food
Newspaper worker - burn old newspaper
Baker - burn defective bakery
Lumberjack - burn wood scrap from trees
Garbage Pickup - Burn everything that burns from the garbage
Government employee - burn red tape and scandal papers
Musician - burn broken drumsticks and instruments
Postal worker - burn all the junk mail (Please!!!)
Barber - burn hair
Highway worker - burn asphalt
Gas station worker - (you got the "real stuff" to burn)
More to come ..........
PVC pipe will polute the air unless burned in a oven built for that
purpose. The acids from the burning will corrode the flue.
The fresh wood the lumberjack has is more water than celulose, so it
will not burn well. Same thing with rotted food. ant hair, etc. You
must be a troll to post stupid stuff like that. Also, is the savings
from the free fuel greater than the cost of an efficient wood burning
or fuel burning stove?
you need to burn all your stupid posts. It would be best if you did
that before you post them. :-)