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Repairables Cars For
- Repairable is a military logistics term for a hardware component of a weapons system that can be designated for repair.
- An item that is expected to be repaired when it is broken or worn out. This definition does not include equipment, but it does include component repair parts for equipment. Examples include engines, aircraft radios, and avionics.
- (car) the compartment that is suspended from an airship and that carries personnel and the cargo and the power plant
- (car) a motor vehicle with four wheels; usually propelled by an internal combustion engine; "he needs a car to get to work"
- (car) a wheeled vehicle adapted to the rails of railroad; "three cars had jumped the rails"
- A vehicle that runs on rails, esp. a railroad car
- A road vehicle, typically with four wheels, powered by an internal combustion engine and able to carry a small number of people
- A railroad car of a specified kind
The Final Cut
A pair of old SD75I's pull a cut of 50 Super Sam jennies for Viceroy loading under the Empire Superpocket, but this will mark the last time these jennies are loaded, a practice which has occured with this equipment for many decades. After a 40-minute loadout at .44 mph on the pacesetter, the jennies will make thier final 57 mile trek to Escanaba to be dumped one last time, and subsequently bringing thier 55 years of service to an end. These ex-CNW 24ft. jennies have made many trails over the years, carrying ore from mines which are now abandoned and on right of ways which have long ago been given back to mother nature. In recent years these cars have been in near-derelict condition, in restricted interchange service and carrying several strict FRA waivers to permit continued operation. At one time there were just over 1,100 of these jennies, many of which have succumbed to wrecks or were the victims of non-repairable Federal defects. From this point forward, it will be all mini-quads and rotary triplets moving ore on the old North Western in Upper Michigan, as the final cut of the North Western's jennies now await the torch. June 19, 2010.......Empire Mine-Palmer, MI
Look what this asshole did to my car! [Day 128/365]
So, on Monday, I had a flat tire. I went to see if I could get it repaired today. I took it into a shop, and they said it wasn't repairable. The guy insisted that he bring the tire back to my car (even though I had brought it in on my own.) As he was putting it into my trunk, the genius scraped this paint on my car with the screw that was in my tire. He saw what he did, and said "Have a good one." and walked off. This car is not even two years old, and I try to keep it as nice as possible, and this asshole scrapes the paint off down to the body. He knows he did it, and didn't even apologize. What a massive asshole. I was *this* close to running in there and ripping the guy a new butthole, and demanding that he pay for the damages, but my mom was insistent that we just leave. Further down the road, I saw someone's car engulfed in flames. I felt a little better about my scratch after that. Still, that asshole AT LEAST owes me an apology.