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2014-04-28 10:08:39 PM  
content7.flixster.com
 
2014-04-28 10:09:07 PM  
Rush fell out of his wheelie scooter again?
 
2014-04-28 10:13:16 PM  
It stinks.
 
2014-04-28 11:22:11 PM  
This brings up several interesting questions.  First, they transport human waste in dump trucks?  I'd have thought they'd use enclosed tankers.  Second, this truck is from a concrete wall company?  Does that mean that concrete walls are built using recycled human waste?  I'm not sure how I feel about that.
 
2014-04-28 11:27:21 PM  
And Biff Tannen was tailgating it.
 
2014-04-28 11:51:46 PM  
I hate manure.
 
2014-04-29 12:31:47 AM  

TuteTibiImperes: This brings up several interesting questions.  First, they transport human waste in dump trucks?  I'd have thought they'd use enclosed tankers.  Second, this truck is from a concrete wall company?  Does that mean that concrete walls are built using recycled human waste?  I'm not sure how I feel about that.


I was wondering how in the world human waste is recycled and what is it recycled into, exactly?
 
2014-04-29 12:39:57 AM  

Ambivalence: TuteTibiImperes: This brings up several interesting questions.  First, they transport human waste in dump trucks?  I'd have thought they'd use enclosed tankers.  Second, this truck is from a concrete wall company?  Does that mean that concrete walls are built using recycled human waste?  I'm not sure how I feel about that.

I was wondering how in the world human waste is recycled and what is it recycled into, exactly?


Why, I can make a hat or a brooch or a pterodactyl...
 
2014-04-29 01:19:51 AM  

some_beer_drinker: Why, I can make a hat or a brooch or a pterodactyl...


You joke, but they do actually make jewelry out of laquered moose poop in Alaska.
 
2014-04-29 01:46:25 AM  
Now that's what I call a bowel movement!

/apologies to Conker
 
2014-04-29 01:49:40 AM  
Moose dung, the ambergris of Alaska.
 
2014-04-29 01:53:10 AM  

Ambivalence: TuteTibiImperes: This brings up several interesting questions.  First, they transport human waste in dump trucks?  I'd have thought they'd use enclosed tankers.  Second, this truck is from a concrete wall company?  Does that mean that concrete walls are built using recycled human waste?  I'm not sure how I feel about that.

I was wondering how in the world human waste is recycled and what is it recycled into, exactly?


It is probably the particulate that drops out at a waste-water recycling plant.  Let it dry out and it is essentially compost.  They use it as fertilizer, like compost.  From what I understand, it isn't directly applied to food crops for humans, but is used to fertilize food crops for animals.
 
2014-04-29 01:56:20 AM  
I didn't know trucks hauled furries and juggalos.
 
2014-04-29 01:59:07 AM  

phalamir: Ambivalence: TuteTibiImperes: This brings up several interesting questions.  First, they transport human waste in dump trucks?  I'd have thought they'd use enclosed tankers.  Second, this truck is from a concrete wall company?  Does that mean that concrete walls are built using recycled human waste?  I'm not sure how I feel about that.

I was wondering how in the world human waste is recycled and what is it recycled into, exactly?

It is probably the particulate that drops out at a waste-water recycling plant.  Let it dry out and it is essentially compost.  They use it as fertilizer, like compost.  From what I understand, it isn't directly applied to food crops for humans, but is used to fertilize food crops for animals.


But why is it being hauled by a concrete company?

I was googling to try to find out, but the only thing I found was a message board referencing articles that no longer exist about Singapore planning to do this back in 2007.

I'm guessing the idea is to use it as aggregate for concrete.  I don't know how they actually recycle it.

Just think - if that is true your houses foundation could literally be shiat.  So could streets, walls, your driveway, your swimming pool.
 
2014-04-29 02:10:41 AM  
No specific route to avoid the closure is being prioritized at this time.

How about anything uphill for starters?
 
2014-04-29 02:11:05 AM  

gfid: phalamir: Ambivalence: TuteTibiImperes: This brings up several interesting questions.  First, they transport human waste in dump trucks?  I'd have thought they'd use enclosed tankers.  Second, this truck is from a concrete wall company?  Does that mean that concrete walls are built using recycled human waste?  I'm not sure how I feel about that.

I was wondering how in the world human waste is recycled and what is it recycled into, exactly?

It is probably the particulate that drops out at a waste-water recycling plant.  Let it dry out and it is essentially compost.  They use it as fertilizer, like compost.  From what I understand, it isn't directly applied to food crops for humans, but is used to fertilize food crops for animals.

But why is it being hauled by a concrete company?

I was googling to try to find out, but the only thing I found was a message board referencing articles that no longer exist about Singapore planning to do this back in 2007.

I'm guessing the idea is to use it as aggregate for concrete.  I don't know how they actually recycle it.

Just think - if that is true your houses foundation could literally be shiat.  So could streets, walls, your driveway, your swimming pool.


Because just because your main line of work is concrete, there is no reason not to use the big, expensive truck you have to haul other stuff when you don't need it to haul concrete-related materials.  Despite them constantly referring to it as "human waste" this stuff is essentially dirt.  If you have a dirt-hauling truck, and they need dirt hauled, are you saying you would refuse to haul said dirt for cash just because you normally use your dirt-hauling truck to haul aggregate.

Also, using dirt as aggregate would most likely just result in a useless mass that would pretty much crumble at the drop of a hat - there is a reason they use stuff like gravel.
 
2014-04-29 02:13:11 AM  
Well there's a load of-- never mind. He just lost it.
 
2014-04-29 02:13:51 AM  
I thought the Romney2012 campaign bus would have been de-commissioned by now. Huh.
 
2014-04-29 02:14:13 AM  

gfid: phalamir: Ambivalence: TuteTibiImperes: This brings up several interesting questions.  First, they transport human waste in dump trucks?  I'd have thought they'd use enclosed tankers.  Second, this truck is from a concrete wall company?  Does that mean that concrete walls are built using recycled human waste?  I'm not sure how I feel about that.

I was wondering how in the world human waste is recycled and what is it recycled into, exactly?

It is probably the particulate that drops out at a waste-water recycling plant.  Let it dry out and it is essentially compost.  They use it as fertilizer, like compost.  From what I understand, it isn't directly applied to food crops for humans, but is used to fertilize food crops for animals.

But why is it being hauled by a concrete company?

I was googling to try to find out, but the only thing I found was a message board referencing articles that no longer exist about Singapore planning to do this back in 2007.

I'm guessing the idea is to use it as aggregate for concrete.  I don't know how they actually recycle it.

Just think - if that is true your houses foundation could literally be shiat.  So could streets, walls, your driveway, your swimming pool.


That "pizza stone" that you got at Wal-Mart.
 
2014-04-29 02:14:16 AM  

theincrediblemoo: Now that's what I call a bowel movement!

/apologies to Conker


Y'know IN THE BATHROOM!

/apologies to NintendoCapriSun
 
2014-04-29 02:24:39 AM  

Ambivalence: I was wondering how in the world human waste is recycled and what is it recycled into, exactly?


Crunchwrap Supremes?
 
2014-04-29 02:29:00 AM  

phalamir: Because just because your main line of work is concrete, there is no reason not to use the big, expensive truck you have to haul other stuff when you don't need it to haul concrete-related materials.  Despite them constantly referring to it as "human waste" this stuff is essentially dirt.  If you have a dirt-hauling truck, and they need dirt hauled, are you saying you would refuse to haul said dirt for cash just because you normally use your dirt-hauling truck to haul aggregate.

Also, using dirt as aggregate would most likely just result in a useless mass that would pretty much crumble at the drop of a hat - there is a reason they use stuff like gravel.


i wouldn't refuse the business, but unless they have a regular contract I would think whoever they are hauling waste for would want to be sure they could haul the waste away even if the concrete company were busy.

And sand is used as aggregate as well as gravel.
 
2014-04-29 02:42:53 AM  
Sand and dirt are two totally different beasts
 
2014-04-29 02:49:59 AM  

gfid: phalamir: Ambivalence: TuteTibiImperes: This brings up several interesting questions.  First, they transport human waste in dump trucks?  I'd have thought they'd use enclosed tankers.  Second, this truck is from a concrete wall company?  Does that mean that concrete walls are built using recycled human waste?  I'm not sure how I feel about that.

I was wondering how in the world human waste is recycled and what is it recycled into, exactly?

It is probably the particulate that drops out at a waste-water recycling plant.  Let it dry out and it is essentially compost.  They use it as fertilizer, like compost.  From what I understand, it isn't directly applied to food crops for humans, but is used to fertilize food crops for animals.

But why is it being hauled by a concrete company?

I was googling to try to find out, but the only thing I found was a message board referencing articles that no longer exist about Singapore planning to do this back in 2007.

I'm guessing the idea is to use it as aggregate for concrete.  I don't know how they actually recycle it.

Just think - if that is true your houses foundation could literally be shiat.  So could streets, walls, your driveway, your swimming pool.


You didn't look very hard. Or with the right key words. In my exhaustive 10-second search of "human waste recycling" and "human waste composting" I found half a dozen articles about the exciting field of human waste recycling and its use in fertilizer, energy production, and heavy metal poisoning treatments.

As to why it was being hauled around in dump trucks, I can only imagine it was for the same reason anything gets hauled around in dump trucks: Have truck, will haul.
 
2014-04-29 02:53:02 AM  

some_beer_drinker: Ambivalence:

I was wondering how in the world human waste is recycled and what is it recycled into, exactly?

Why, I can make a hat or a brooch or a pterodactyl...


How about some coffee?
 
2014-04-29 02:57:29 AM  

Gyrfalcon: You didn't look very hard. Or with the right key words. In my exhaustive 10-second search of "human waste recycling" and "human waste composting" I found half a dozen articles about the exciting field of human waste recycling and its use in fertilizer, energy production, and heavy metal poisoning treatments.


I was looking for a use of it for concrete or as aggregate for concrete.

Oddly enough, I just saw this example of it being used in Nepal as cooking fuel today:

http://www.cbsnews.com/videos/protecting-villagers-tigers-rhinos-and -e lephants-in-nepal-with-a-clean-energy-solution/

They use it along with animal waste to create methane.
 
2014-04-29 05:08:26 AM  

walktoanarcade: I didn't know trucks hauled furries and juggalos.


I thought I had heard about a bunch of Republicans in the middle of a road...

Is there a poop trifecta in play now, what with the nappy article from late yesterday?
 
2014-04-29 05:15:06 AM  
I think I passed this spill on my way home from work yesterday. It just looked like dirt to me, which raises the question: are all those other trucks on the road hauling "dirt" or something else?
 
2014-04-29 05:43:48 AM  

AspectRatio: I thought the Romney2012 campaign bus would have been de-commissioned by now. Huh.


No your right.  Bus has been repainted and Miley uses it now. This is just another implementation of obamacare.
 
2014-04-29 05:44:11 AM  
photo of the scene

img3.wikia.nocookie.net
 
2014-04-29 06:19:03 AM  

walktoanarcade: I didn't know trucks hauled furries and juggalos.


Furries don't deserve to be lumped in with Juggalos. No one does.
 
2014-04-29 06:32:13 AM  
i.imgur.com
 
2014-04-29 06:44:21 AM  

TuteTibiImperes: This brings up several interesting questions.  First, they transport human waste in dump trucks?  I'd have thought they'd use enclosed tankers.  Second, this truck is from a concrete wall company?  Does that mean that concrete walls are built using recycled human waste?  I'm not sure how I feel about that.


Think about it, now:

How ELSE would they transport human waste, if not in a DUMP truck...
 
2014-04-29 07:54:28 AM  
Not sure what the fuss is about.  This should count as a civic improvement in Indiana.
 
2014-04-29 08:00:29 AM  

Ambivalence: I was wondering how in the world human waste is recycled and what is it recycled into, exactly?


I though poop was recycled food.

Then you can use it to grow food for cows.


Then eat them.

Then poop. Going back and forth.

Forever.
 
2014-04-29 08:14:40 AM  

phalamir: gfid: phalamir: Ambivalence: TuteTibiImperes: This brings up several interesting questions.  First, they transport human waste in dump trucks?  I'd have thought they'd use enclosed tankers.  Second, this truck is from a concrete wall company?  Does that mean that concrete walls are built using recycled human waste?  I'm not sure how I feel about that.

I was wondering how in the world human waste is recycled and what is it recycled into, exactly?

It is probably the particulate that drops out at a waste-water recycling plant.  Let it dry out and it is essentially compost.  They use it as fertilizer, like compost.  From what I understand, it isn't directly applied to food crops for humans, but is used to fertilize food crops for animals.

But why is it being hauled by a concrete company?

I was googling to try to find out, but the only thing I found was a message board referencing articles that no longer exist about Singapore planning to do this back in 2007.

I'm guessing the idea is to use it as aggregate for concrete.  I don't know how they actually recycle it.

Just think - if that is true your houses foundation could literally be shiat.  So could streets, walls, your driveway, your swimming pool.

Because just because your main line of work is concrete, there is no reason not to use the big, expensive truck you have to haul other stuff when you don't need it to haul concrete-related materials.  Despite them constantly referring to it as "human waste" this stuff is essentially dirt.  If you have a dirt-hauling truck, and they need dirt hauled, are you saying you would refuse to haul said dirt for cash just because you normally use your dirt-hauling truck to haul aggregate.

Also, using dirt as aggregate would most likely just result in a useless mass that would pretty much crumble at the drop of a hat - there is a reason they use stuff like gravel.


This.  After some this past season's big snow dumps, a gravel hauler company was used by the Flint Auto Auction to haul snow to somewhere else.  I know this because they used my road, meaning I had gravel haulers going past my house at 1min 30sec intervals.  I'm not complaining, because they did more to clear my road than Flint did.  Also, according to the show I saw about recycled human waste, they use it on golf courses.  So if your golf game is going crappy, maybe it was that burrito you ate last month making the grass grow a little too fast.
 
2014-04-29 08:18:39 AM  

walktoanarcade: I didn't know trucks hauled furries and juggalos.


1/10
 
2014-04-29 08:50:57 AM  
An aptly named vehicle for the task. If not hygienic.
 
2014-04-29 09:33:38 AM  

some_beer_drinker: Ambivalence: TuteTibiImperes: This brings up several interesting questions.  First, they transport human waste in dump trucks?  I'd have thought they'd use enclosed tankers.  Second, this truck is from a concrete wall company?  Does that mean that concrete walls are built using recycled human waste?  I'm not sure how I feel about that.

I was wondering how in the world human waste is recycled and what is it recycled into, exactly?

Why, I can make a hat or a brooch or a pterodactyl...


Surely you can't be serious?
 
2014-04-29 10:08:10 AM  
ts4.mm.bing.net
 
2014-04-29 10:17:52 AM  
The truck looks like it was going down the road and all of a sudden got a Spyder all up in its grill.
 
2014-04-29 10:50:01 AM  

Public Savant: some_beer_drinker: Ambivalence:

I was wondering how in the world human waste is recycled and what is it recycled into, exactly?

Why, I can make a hat or a brooch or a pterodactyl...

How about some coffee?


No thanks!!!!! (Eeeewww)

While I'm here, why did I read the comments in TFA?
 
2014-04-29 12:08:11 PM  

Colin O'Scopy: TuteTibiImperes: This brings up several interesting questions.  First, they transport human waste in dump trucks?  I'd have thought they'd use enclosed tankers.  Second, this truck is from a concrete wall company?  Does that mean that concrete walls are built using recycled human waste?  I'm not sure how I feel about that.

Think about it, now:

How ELSE would they transport human waste, if not in a DUMP truck...


heheheh.... he said DUMP.... heheheheh...

www.within-temptation.com
 
2014-04-29 05:19:08 PM  
Nicely concise, subby!  :D
 
2014-04-29 07:43:55 PM  

suid: Ambivalence: I was wondering how in the world human waste is recycled and what is it recycled into, exactly?

Crunchwrap Supremes?


Ah the cycle of life.
 
2014-04-29 11:49:18 PM  

mike_d85: walktoanarcade: I didn't know trucks hauled furries and juggalos.

Furries don't deserve to be lumped in with Juggalos. No one does.


Hmmmmmmm..nah sorry, I'm gonna have to lump them together. *majestic view taken in with a smile*

I was close to agreeing, but nah. I think my good sense kicked in.

I'll give you this, both groups are better than beliebers any day.
 
2014-04-29 11:55:06 PM  

strangeluck: walktoanarcade: I didn't know trucks hauled furries and juggalos.

1/10


I was making a joke, Do you think I honestly regard all those people as literally human waste?

It's a cheap joke because they look cheap, I don't deny that both retarded groups have good people.

Know the difference between trolling, joking, and a difference of opinion See? Laugh. Laugh damnit..

Hey, people make fun of me sometimes too, get over it.
 
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