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Re: Pizza oven vs. de-icing baths (no Audi content)

Hey, Tim, could we make that all the male passengers?  For reasons that I
hope are obvious?
Portia Loeks, Audi Widow
At 11:35 AM 7/30/96 -0500, you wrote:
>     Just make all the passengers pee on the plane.
>     Tim NJ 90CQ, 77Spitfire
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>Subject: Pizza oven vs. de-icing baths (no Audi content)
>Author:  "Duff; Ian" <iduff@charter.com> at Internet
>Date:    7/30/96 10:08 AM
>Prolly the cover of either Popular Science (NOT) or the National 
>Enquirer. Can you imagine the size of a pizza oven big enough to lightly 
>broil a 747? Can you imagine what the same oven would do to a Beech 
>1900? That sort of means a papa, mama and baby bear choice of ovens. I 
>can just see it now, O'Hare needs to take by eminent (NOT) domain 
>another 400 acres for the pizza ovens and their attached nuke plant. 
>Ian Duff, 1990 Coupe Quattro 20v, Red/Black
>Home: New Bedford, MA, USA
>Work: Charter Systems, Inc., Waltham, MA, USA
>>From: 	Alan Cordeiro[SMTP:cordeiro@avlna.com] 
>>Sent: 	Tuesday, 30 July, 1996 9:43 AM
>>To: 	quattro@coimbra.ans.net
>>Subject: 	Warning...No useful Audi content 
>>> >- you can pee on your driveway if you like but DON'T DUMP YOUR ANTIFREEZE 
>>> Guess what we contribute is pittance compared to the 'DeIcing' airports do 
>>> when they 'Exxon Valdez' the waiting jets with glycol deicing fluid.
>>> Didn't think putting glycol in the storm drain was good. I know of toooo 
>>> many racoons that frequent storm drains.
>>> my 2 drips.
>>>There was an article in Avaiation Week about how the Germans have built a 
>>>special system for de-icing planes at the big, controversial new airport 
>>>over there (Erwinger Moos sp?)  It collects the glycol spray and recycles 
>>>it so the earthworms don't have to swim in it. Good idea.  I sat at the 
>>>gate at Chicago Midway a few times and watched them shoot the stuff all 
>>>over the plane.  Most of it went down a drain in the tarmac.  I'll bet it 
>>>wasn't recycled.
>>>Best Wishes,
>>Somewhere, sometime ago I saw this neat idea where all planes 
>>about to take off went through a tunnel about one hundred
>>feet in length. The inside of this tunnel had tons of infra-red 
>>heating elements, ( sort of like a gigantic pizza oven ) and 
>>de-iced the plane at just the appropriate time, ( instead of 
>>every fifteen minutes at the terminal ).

               Michael Loeks
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