Thursday, January 24, 2008

Carbon footprint bollocks!

Greytown gets a new ambulance.

Just another local interest story until I read this bit:

"We specifically got the smaller 2.2 litre engine because we are mindful of our carbon footprint."

What a load of old arse!

This is an ambulance- they are big heavy vehicles and need to go fast- not just go fast but accelerate briskly. That's how you get past retards who won't pull over for the lights & siren!

They need a big-arsed 6-litre turbo diesel engine- not something taken from a golf cart!


Carbon friggin' footprint indeed!

4 comments:

MK said...

If they're real leftists, the longer they take to get to the victim, the greater the chance of the victim dying, there by saving even more of the carbon footprint.

molson said...

Not a bright bunch there in Greytown. The weight of the vehicle has far more to do with fuel economy than the size of the engine. F=ma doesn't change because of the tiny engine displacement other than the 'a' and 'F' get really small. The 'm' stays pretty much the same. OK. Maybe the small engine weighs a little less than the big engine, but relative to the weight of the vehicle, it is insignificant. So now Greytown has a big heavy ambulance that still has crappy gas mileage goes really fecking slow. Rocket fecking scientists they are or maybe greentards. HaHaHa!

Anonymous said...

Thank fuck for someone else with their own mind. How can the BBC talk about this shit every day when it is as real as the fucking religions it resembles.

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