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  1. #14
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    Yes Joey I believe so but can't prove it.

    I know one thing though. When I was in Boy Scouts and we had winter camporeee we threw a brick in the fire and then wrapped it up in a towel and put it in the bottom of our sleeping bag to keep warm. Temp got into the teens that night and my brick stayed warm most of the night. So yeah they hold heat pretty well I would say.

    [Edited by Steve Wiggins on 10-17-2005 at 05:15 PM]
    "And remember my sentimental friend......that a heart is not judged by how much you love, but by how much you are loved by others" - Wizard of Oz.

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    #10 "Hot" women call you.

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    Well there you have it folks; If a house has been set on fire, the brick house will stay warm longer
    Government is a disease...
    ...masquerading as its own cure…
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    Hot ladies in the grocery stores all day long!
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  6. #19
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    no comment....

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    I know one thing though. When I was in Boy Scouts and we had winter camporeee we threw a brick in the fire and then wrapped it up in a towel and put it in the bottom of our sleeping bag to keep warm. Temp got into the teens that night and my brick stayed warm most of the night. So yeah they hold heat pretty well I would say.

    [Edited by Steve Wiggins on 10-17-2005 at 05:15 PM] [/B][/QUOTE]



    Hey Steve, could it be that the hot air coming from you was actually keeping the brick warm?

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  9. #22
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    I tried the hot rock trick once, I burned a hole in the towel I wrapped it in and threw it out the door.

    Then I was afraid the grass would catch fire do I doused it with cooler water and then the rock broke.

    Perfectly good towel AND a rock ruined.
    Col 3:23


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    The best thing I like about HVAC is the customers who serve you good coffee.

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