okay anyone with working knowledge of thermodynamics care to explain this one?
I don't think you need a working knowledge of thermodynamics to explain setting off the fire suppression system.
Wait that's all it was?
man that guy wasn't very smart. at the least take in some duct-tape and a plastic bag.
its to keep the smoke away from the detector, wunderkin.
Maybe it was hooked up to an electronic smoke detector that senses smoke. Cigarettes can set of some of those. Do they even make the sprinklers with little bulbs of bromine in them anymore?
I know it's a cliche but Yakkity Sax really would work here.
Also five for "pirates of dark water".
five extra stars for the last tag.
1:55 is really great.
Also, where's Jennifer Connelly?
0:34 calling manager about this week's supply of bread dough or mommy to come pick him up ASAP?
This just gave me the best idea ever: stupid employee insurance.
japanese ghost subway is the worst subway
The water opening the walk in door at 1:23 is amazing.....those walkin door handles are usually pretty stiff and hard to open.....wow
I like how they get mops and buckets.
If my manager did something like this (and I assume he's a manager because of the way he's dicking around while other people are sweeping and cleaning up) I would just walk out of the store and let him clean it up.
I really hope the darkness of the water is due to dirt on a less-than-spectacularly-mopped freezer floor and not because of the other contents of the freezer.
Also I couldn't help but have Yakety Sax in my head when I watched it.
Found this on another forum. Don't know how accurate it is:
"28 year sprinkler guy here.
To clear up some of the misconceptions:
1. If the building was required to have a fire sprinkler system, then ALL accessible parts of the building must have them.
2. Typically, in a freezer (or a cooler if the possibility of freezing exists), one would install what is called a "dry pendent" sprinkler, to avoid freezing of piping - but it's piped from the usual wet sprinkler system and works the same way.
3. Fire sprinklers are activated by heat. In the case of the cooler in question, the sprinkler would typically be rated for 155* F.
Smoke will NOT activate a fire sprinkler, unless it is installed without a fusible link (an "open" head) on a deluge or pre-action system that is activated via smoke detection.
Bet $20 that Subway doesn't have such.
4. The water in any fire sprinkler system gets nasty, REAL nasty, fairly quickly once the system is online.
Stagnant water, you know. Sitting in black steel pipe.
Black water, smelly as hell, even contains something nasty called MIC (microbial influenced corrosion).
I've seen more than one plant evacuate when someone smelled sprinkler water and thought it a hazardous chemical - which it is, really.
Hope that clears things up some."
So people should run about as fast from sprinkler water as they should from the blazing inferno it's trying to stop. Upton Sinclair should have written on this.
Good job posting exactly what was already posted here
Oh God. Oh holy shit. Oh God.
I think I'm about to pop a lung from laughter here.
|Frank Rizzo |
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Live Leak has finally lived up to its name!
What's up with the shirtless guy wandering through at :40?
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Legitemently a "Live Leak"
that was excellent. and the filthy water spewing out of the sprinkler was the icing (filthy black icing).
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