Moderately Confused by Jeff Stahler for January 15, 2022

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    C  about 1 year ago

    Darwin award nominee

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    RAGs  about 1 year ago

    It is never a good idea to wait until you need it to learn about emergency aids.

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    pschearer Premium Member about 1 year ago

    A good case for YouTube Premium. Sometimes it’s a good thing to pay for what you don’t get.

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    Jeff0811  about 1 year ago

    Squeeze trigger. Wait, this pin is blocking the trigger. Oh great, I got a defective fire extinguisher.

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    Detroit Dan Premium Member about 1 year ago

    We had instruction and practice once a year at work…

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    Copy-&-Paste  about 1 year ago

    Two thumbs WAY UP for this comic clip!!… (Be sure to hit that like button, subscribe and don’t forget to hit that notification bell…”) GEEZE!! That saying is etched in our brains!

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    Anters55  about 1 year ago

    Class C (electrical) fire: 1. Shut power2. Using appropriate extinguishing agent so marked for Class C (presumably in your hands presently) pull pin.3. Use burst, sweeping side to side until fire extinguished.4. Monitor for flare ups; reintroduce extinguishing agent as necessary.

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    derdave969  about 1 year ago

    Looks like a toaster oven. The one we have says to unplug if the contents ignite. Sure. I’m going to reach behind a flaming electrical appliance to grasp the electrical cord and unplug it.

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    sandpiper  about 1 year ago

    Whatever happens, it ain’t gonna be pleasant in that kitchen for along time.

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    P51Strega  about 1 year ago

    I was buffing floors in a 5&10 store as a teenager when the floor polisher caught fire. There was smoke and flames pouring out. I went into panic, first freezing, then trying to think. Finally it occurred to me to pull the plug. I unplugged it and looked around to see how much panic and carnage there was. No one had even noticed, there wasn’t even noticeable smoke in the air. My whole panic routine was likely one to two seconds. The weird part of this is when I reported it to my manager, his reply: “yeah, that thing’s pretty old, it does that sometimes. Plug it back in and see if it still works.” It still worked and I used it many times after that without further incident.

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    goboboyd  about 1 year ago

    The ‘Skip’ button can’t come up soon enough.

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    dflak  about 1 year ago

    We have two fire extinguishers in our house: one at the door between the kitchen and garage (the most likely place to have a fire) and the other in the hallway upstairs about 12 feet from the furthest bedroom.

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    Baucuva  about 1 year ago

    I think it’s done now.

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    mistercatworks  about 1 year ago

    Usually there are good pictorial instructions on a home fire extinguisher. They start with “call 911”. It’s too late to read the instructions during a fire. Practice going through the steps when you first buy the extinguisher.

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    corpcasselbury  about 1 year ago

    I attended firefighting school while in the U.S. Navy, so I know how to operate a fire extinguisher.

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    jjr1968  about 1 year ago

    P – pull pin____

    A – aim at base of fire

    S – squeeze trigger

    S – sweep from side to side


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    PoodleGroomer  about 1 year ago

    We had a call from a customer about a computer that wasn’t working. They said the lights dimmed, it went dark, and it let out some smoke. We went in and pulled the cards. One had failed badly. There was no damage to the 2 adjacent cards, the connectors or backplane, or the 1500 watt power supply. We replaced the card and it ran. That was a blessing of overengineering and qualifies as a UL standards equipment failure.

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    RAGs  about 1 year ago

    Is the ad for Zippo?

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    DawnQuinn1  about 1 year ago

    Ever notice that on YouTube, every 30 second video has a one minute ad before it?

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    ira.crank  about 1 year ago

    There needs to be a video on how to put a grocery cart into the grocery cart corral.

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