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2021-11-07 4:08:46 PM  
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Gonna get medieval on their hiney when they get home.
 
2021-11-07 4:15:28 PM  
Wow... that was... something else.

Are those things equipped with turn signal lights? Because that's how it looked like. There is no Amish in my area and last time I was in Schenectady was 20 years ago so I don't remember...
 
2021-11-07 4:18:49 PM  
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2021-11-07 4:19:33 PM  

awruk!: Wow... that was... something else.

Are those things equipped with turn signal lights? Because that's how it looked like. There is no Amish in my area and last time I was in Schenectady was 20 years ago so I don't remember...


They are fine with electricity/lights if it's a legal requirement. They are very practical people and I respect them for it.
 
2021-11-07 4:23:41 PM  

awruk!: Wow... that was... something else.

Are those things equipped with turn signal lights? Because that's how it looked like. There is no Amish in my area and last time I was in Schenectady was 20 years ago so I don't remember...


Probably depends on the area.

Funnily enough, at the rural highschool just outside of my hometown there was a substantial population of them and the older teenage boys weren't adverse to installing stereos and putting spinners on the wheels of their carriages.
 
2021-11-07 4:26:09 PM  

ISO15693: awruk!: Wow... that was... something else.

Are those things equipped with turn signal lights? Because that's how it looked like. There is no Amish in my area and last time I was in Schenectady was 20 years ago so I don't remember...

They are fine with electricity/lights if it's a legal requirement. They are very practical people and I respect them for it.


Oh, I know, I was just wondering about the left/right signal lights on those things, and how this would be actually implemented with the driver holding the reins and having the horse in front of him instead of some dashboard... I'm an engineer by training, things like this just make me curious, that's all...
 
2021-11-07 4:29:42 PM  
He lives his life a quarter of an acre at a time.
 
2021-11-07 4:31:29 PM  

ISO15693: awruk!: Wow... that was... something else.

Are those things equipped with turn signal lights? Because that's how it looked like. There is no Amish in my area and last time I was in Schenectady was 20 years ago so I don't remember...

They are fine with electricity/lights if it's a legal requirement. They are very practical people and I respect them for it.


As all religions should be, secondary to earthly laws.
 
2021-11-07 4:34:31 PM  

awruk!: ISO15693: awruk!: Wow... that was... something else.

Are those things equipped with turn signal lights? Because that's how it looked like. There is no Amish in my area and last time I was in Schenectady was 20 years ago so I don't remember...

They are fine with electricity/lights if it's a legal requirement. They are very practical people and I respect them for it.

Oh, I know, I was just wondering about the left/right signal lights on those things, and how this would be actually implemented with the driver holding the reins and having the horse in front of him instead of some dashboard... I'm an engineer by training, things like this just make me curious, that's all...


Well then! Here is some good info to settle your curiosity :)
https://www.popularmechanics.com/cars/car-technology/a24666/how-the-amish-build-a-buggy/
 
2021-11-07 4:36:58 PM  

frankb00th: ISO15693: awruk!: Wow... that was... something else.

Are those things equipped with turn signal lights? Because that's how it looked like. There is no Amish in my area and last time I was in Schenectady was 20 years ago so I don't remember...

They are fine with electricity/lights if it's a legal requirement. They are very practical people and I respect them for it.

As all religions should be, secondary to earthly laws.


LDS article of faith:

12 We believe in being subject to kings, presidents, rulers, and magistrates, in obeying, honoring, and sustaining the law.
 
2021-11-07 4:51:55 PM  

ISO15693: awruk!: ISO15693: awruk!: Wow... that was... something else.

Are those things equipped with turn signal lights? Because that's how it looked like. There is no Amish in my area and last time I was in Schenectady was 20 years ago so I don't remember...

They are fine with electricity/lights if it's a legal requirement. They are very practical people and I respect them for it.

Oh, I know, I was just wondering about the left/right signal lights on those things, and how this would be actually implemented with the driver holding the reins and having the horse in front of him instead of some dashboard... I'm an engineer by training, things like this just make me curious, that's all...

Well then! Here is some good info to settle your curiosity :)
https://www.popularmechanics.com/cars/car-technology/a24666/how-the-amish-build-a-buggy/


User name checks out
 
2021-11-07 4:59:11 PM  

ISO15693: awruk!: Wow... that was... something else.

Are those things equipped with turn signal lights? Because that's how it looked like. There is no Amish in my area and last time I was in Schenectady was 20 years ago so I don't remember...

They are fine with electricity/lights if it's a legal requirement. They are very practical people and I respect them for it.


Rum Springer for sure I've heard they're good with iPods and solar power which is you know at least it's not a zipper.
That that buggy was pretty close.
 
2021-11-07 5:09:02 PM  

awruk!: Wow... that was... something else.

Are those things equipped with turn signal lights? Because that's how it looked like. There is no Amish in my area and last time I was in Schenectady was 20 years ago so I don't remember...


No. Maybe an orange caution sign like tractors, but no turnsignals, lights, etc.

Now, old-timey horseless carriages...
 
2021-11-07 5:26:41 PM  

ISO15693: awruk!: ISO15693: awruk!: Wow... that was... something else.

Are those things equipped with turn signal lights? Because that's how it looked like. There is no Amish in my area and last time I was in Schenectady was 20 years ago so I don't remember...

They are fine with electricity/lights if it's a legal requirement. They are very practical people and I respect them for it.

Oh, I know, I was just wondering about the left/right signal lights on those things, and how this would be actually implemented with the driver holding the reins and having the horse in front of him instead of some dashboard... I'm an engineer by training, things like this just make me curious, that's all...

Well then! Here is some good info to settle your curiosity :)
https://www.popularmechanics.com/cars/car-technology/a24666/how-the-amish-build-a-buggy/


Thanks for that.  Read the whole article and it was awesome to see the adoption and adaptation of new technologies.  Buggies electrical system powered by lithium Milwaukee batteries? No different than me using my brushless drill as an ice auger during the cold season ice fishing.
 
2021-11-07 5:28:52 PM  
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2021-11-07 5:31:25 PM  
Mounting up your loco and get the chase on.

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2021-11-07 5:42:28 PM  
In the late spring the horses sometimes try to run away from the BO emitting from the buggy. They're simple creatures who react to their environment.
 
2021-11-07 6:24:59 PM  

The Red Zone: ISO15693: awruk!: ISO15693: awruk!: Wow... that was... something else.

Are those things equipped with turn signal lights? Because that's how it looked like. There is no Amish in my area and last time I was in Schenectady was 20 years ago so I don't remember...

They are fine with electricity/lights if it's a legal requirement. They are very practical people and I respect them for it.

Oh, I know, I was just wondering about the left/right signal lights on those things, and how this would be actually implemented with the driver holding the reins and having the horse in front of him instead of some dashboard... I'm an engineer by training, things like this just make me curious, that's all...

Well then! Here is some good info to settle your curiosity :)
https://www.popularmechanics.com/cars/car-technology/a24666/how-the-amish-build-a-buggy/

Thanks for that.  Read the whole article and it was awesome to see the adoption and adaptation of new technologies.  Buggies electrical system powered by lithium Milwaukee batteries? No different than me using my brushless drill as an ice auger during the cold season ice fishing.


It's my understanding that they are okay with batteries something about AC vs DC power being allowed. How would you charge it though? Solar?
 
2021-11-07 6:40:44 PM  

WDFark think for a second: The Red Zone: ISO15693: awruk!: ISO15693: awruk!: Wow... that was... something else.

Are those things equipped with turn signal lights? Because that's how it looked like. There is no Amish in my area and last time I was in Schenectady was 20 years ago so I don't remember...

They are fine with electricity/lights if it's a legal requirement. They are very practical people and I respect them for it.

Oh, I know, I was just wondering about the left/right signal lights on those things, and how this would be actually implemented with the driver holding the reins and having the horse in front of him instead of some dashboard... I'm an engineer by training, things like this just make me curious, that's all...

Well then! Here is some good info to settle your curiosity :)
https://www.popularmechanics.com/cars/car-technology/a24666/how-the-amish-build-a-buggy/

Thanks for that.  Read the whole article and it was awesome to see the adoption and adaptation of new technologies.  Buggies electrical system powered by lithium Milwaukee batteries? No different than me using my brushless drill as an ice auger during the cold season ice fishing.

It's my understanding that they are okay with batteries something about AC vs DC power being allowed. How would you charge it though? Solar?


Solar or barter.  My dad had a business relationship with a guy who helped out the Amish on a regular basis.  I'm not looking to start fights or arguments with this, but locally to his area the Amish had a lot of gray areas. He would regularly drive them into town 20 miles away to pick up deep cycle batteries and other necessities and perform work with his modern tools that they could take advantage of but not perform themselves. Quite similar to the article where they bought up vw brake parts for use in buggies. Everything was repaid with home churned butter, raw milk, meat etc.   To each their own
 
2021-11-07 6:43:07 PM  

WDFark think for a second: The Red Zone: ISO15693: awruk!: ISO15693: awruk!: Wow... that was... something else.

Are those things equipped with turn signal lights? Because that's how it looked like. There is no Amish in my area and last time I was in Schenectady was 20 years ago so I don't remember...

They are fine with electricity/lights if it's a legal requirement. They are very practical people and I respect them for it.

Oh, I know, I was just wondering about the left/right signal lights on those things, and how this would be actually implemented with the driver holding the reins and having the horse in front of him instead of some dashboard... I'm an engineer by training, things like this just make me curious, that's all...

Well then! Here is some good info to settle your curiosity :)
https://www.popularmechanics.com/cars/car-technology/a24666/how-the-amish-build-a-buggy/

Thanks for that.  Read the whole article and it was awesome to see the adoption and adaptation of new technologies.  Buggies electrical system powered by lithium Milwaukee batteries? No different than me using my brushless drill as an ice auger during the cold season ice fishing.

It's my understanding that they are okay with batteries something about AC vs DC power being allowed. How would you charge it though? Solar?


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You ever wonder what Amish women do all day?

Feed the hamsters.
 
2021-11-07 6:54:52 PM  

leeksfromchichis: WDFark think for a second: The Red Zone: ISO15693: awruk!: ISO15693: awruk!: Wow... that was... something else.

Are those things equipped with turn signal lights? Because that's how it looked like. There is no Amish in my area and last time I was in Schenectady was 20 years ago so I don't remember...

They are fine with electricity/lights if it's a legal requirement. They are very practical people and I respect them for it.

Oh, I know, I was just wondering about the left/right signal lights on those things, and how this would be actually implemented with the driver holding the reins and having the horse in front of him instead of some dashboard... I'm an engineer by training, things like this just make me curious, that's all...

Well then! Here is some good info to settle your curiosity :)
https://www.popularmechanics.com/cars/car-technology/a24666/how-the-amish-build-a-buggy/

Thanks for that.  Read the whole article and it was awesome to see the adoption and adaptation of new technologies.  Buggies electrical system powered by lithium Milwaukee batteries? No different than me using my brushless drill as an ice auger during the cold season ice fishing.

It's my understanding that they are okay with batteries something about AC vs DC power being allowed. How would you charge it though? Solar?

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You ever wonder what Amish women do all day?

Feed the hamsters.


I'd think they'd upscale. They do have horses.
/Not Amish.
//No clue.
///Sarcasm?
 
2021-11-07 6:57:36 PM  

Kit Fister: awruk!: Wow... that was... something else.

Are those things equipped with turn signal lights? Because that's how it looked like. There is no Amish in my area and last time I was in Schenectady was 20 years ago so I don't remember...

No. Maybe an orange caution sign like tractors, but no turnsignals, lights, etc.

Now, old-timey horseless carriages...


Central pa here, the sub groups of Amish and Mennonite have road style lighting with indicators.   They also have the orange triangles for daylight running.

Fun fact some of the Mennonite kids have underglow style lighting cause they're "cool."

Also

Their lighting is in better repair than several of my farmer neighbors!

/Lancaster drift!
 
2021-11-07 7:01:21 PM  

Death Rocket: Kit Fister: awruk!: Wow... that was... something else.

Are those things equipped with turn signal lights? Because that's how it looked like. There is no Amish in my area and last time I was in Schenectady was 20 years ago so I don't remember...

No. Maybe an orange caution sign like tractors, but no turnsignals, lights, etc.

Now, old-timey horseless carriages...

Central pa here, the sub groups of Amish and Mennonite have road style lighting with indicators.   They also have the orange triangles for daylight running.

Fun fact some of the Mennonite kids have underglow style lighting cause they're "cool."

Also

Their lighting is in better repair than several of my farmer neighbors!

/Lancaster drift!


Wisconsin here. Our amish have no electric lights at all. Maybe a kerosene lamp with a red lens on it. But usually just a reflective SMV sign on the back, and maybe a couple reflectors.
 
2021-11-07 7:11:39 PM  

The Red Zone: WDFark think for a second: The Red Zone: ISO15693: awruk!: ISO15693: awruk!: Wow... that was... something else.

Are those things equipped with turn signal lights? Because that's how it looked like. There is no Amish in my area and last time I was in Schenectady was 20 years ago so I don't remember...

They are fine with electricity/lights if it's a legal requirement. They are very practical people and I respect them for it.

Oh, I know, I was just wondering about the left/right signal lights on those things, and how this would be actually implemented with the driver holding the reins and having the horse in front of him instead of some dashboard... I'm an engineer by training, things like this just make me curious, that's all...

Well then! Here is some good info to settle your curiosity :)
https://www.popularmechanics.com/cars/car-technology/a24666/how-the-amish-build-a-buggy/

Thanks for that.  Read the whole article and it was awesome to see the adoption and adaptation of new technologies.  Buggies electrical system powered by lithium Milwaukee batteries? No different than me using my brushless drill as an ice auger during the cold season ice fishing.

It's my understanding that they are okay with batteries something about AC vs DC power being allowed. How would you charge it though? Solar?

Solar or barter.  My dad had a business relationship with a guy who helped out the Amish on a regular basis.  I'm not looking to start fights or arguments with this, but locally to his area the Amish had a lot of gray areas. He would regularly drive them into town 20 miles away to pick up deep cycle batteries and other necessities and perform work with his modern tools that they could take advantage of but not perform themselves. Quite similar to the article where they bought up vw brake parts for use in buggies. Everything was repaid with home churned butter, raw milk, meat etc.   To each their own


Most religions have workarounds for commandments that can't practically be followed. Fish not being meat on Fridays for Catholics is a well known one. Jews have a weird set of rules about what constitutes being outside so most cities have a designated line of telephone poles and power wires making up the "wall". Muslims have commands against depicting humans but have a workaround for photo ID. Sikhs must carry a knife but have workarounds to make it more symbolic then a weapon. Using hand tool batteries to solve electric lighting laws is kinda tame in comparison.

Humans are not rational they are rationalizing animals. In any situation they will figure out how to follow the rules while still doing exactly what they were going to do anyway.
 
2021-11-07 7:21:47 PM  
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2021-11-07 7:27:00 PM  

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2021-11-07 7:35:03 PM  

ISO15693: awruk!: ISO15693: awruk!: Wow... that was... something else.

Are those things equipped with turn signal lights? Because that's how it looked like. There is no Amish in my area and last time I was in Schenectady was 20 years ago so I don't remember...

They are fine with electricity/lights if it's a legal requirement. They are very practical people and I respect them for it.

Oh, I know, I was just wondering about the left/right signal lights on those things, and how this would be actually implemented with the driver holding the reins and having the horse in front of him instead of some dashboard... I'm an engineer by training, things like this just make me curious, that's all...

Well then! Here is some good info to settle your curiosity :)
https://www.popularmechanics.com/cars/car-technology/a24666/how-the-amish-build-a-buggy/


Fascinating. Thank you.
 
2021-11-07 7:37:02 PM  

ExYank: Most religions have workarounds for commandments that can't practically be followed. Fish not being meat on Fridays for Catholics is a well known one. Jews have a weird set of rules about what constitutes being outside so most cities have a designated line of telephone poles and power wires making up the "wall". Muslims have commands against depicting humans but have a workaround for photo ID. Sikhs must carry a knife but have workarounds to make it more symbolic then a weapon. Using hand tool batteries to solve electric lighting laws is kinda tame in comparison.

Humans are not rational they are rationalizing animals. In any situation they will figure out how to follow the rules while still doing exactly what they were going to do anyway.


Yeah. Happens to us LDS as well. I've gone to "Oxenmires" to get groceries on Sunday in emergencies.

https://www.deseret.com/2017/7/13/20615712/the-ever-expanding-ox-in-the-mire
 
2021-11-07 7:53:06 PM  

Big 900: Death Rocket: Kit Fister: awruk!: Wow... that was... something else.

Are those things equipped with turn signal lights? Because that's how it looked like. There is no Amish in my area and last time I was in Schenectady was 20 years ago so I don't remember...

No. Maybe an orange caution sign like tractors, but no turnsignals, lights, etc.

Now, old-timey horseless carriages...

Central pa here, the sub groups of Amish and Mennonite have road style lighting with indicators.   They also have the orange triangles for daylight running.

Fun fact some of the Mennonite kids have underglow style lighting cause they're "cool."

Also

Their lighting is in better repair than several of my farmer neighbors!

/Lancaster drift!

Wisconsin here. Our amish have no electric lights at all. Maybe a kerosene lamp with a red lens on it. But usually just a reflective SMV sign on the back, and maybe a couple reflectors.


Wisconsin as well.  Limited exposure to the Amish lifestyle but raised Catholic so I'm not going into exceptions and justifications.  My parents would judge you based on your user name.  I'm going to nod in agreement with you.
 
2021-11-07 7:54:56 PM  

ISO15693: awruk!: Wow... that was... something else.

Are those things equipped with turn signal lights? Because that's how it looked like. There is no Amish in my area and last time I was in Schenectady was 20 years ago so I don't remember...

They are fine with electricity/lights if it's a legal requirement. They are very practical people and I respect them for it.


yeah, but they're a bit Gilead overall
 
2021-11-07 7:59:58 PM  

The Red Zone: Big 900: Death Rocket: Kit Fister: awruk!: Wow... that was... something else.

Are those things equipped with turn signal lights? Because that's how it looked like. There is no Amish in my area and last time I was in Schenectady was 20 years ago so I don't remember...

No. Maybe an orange caution sign like tractors, but no turnsignals, lights, etc.

Now, old-timey horseless carriages...

Central pa here, the sub groups of Amish and Mennonite have road style lighting with indicators.   They also have the orange triangles for daylight running.

Fun fact some of the Mennonite kids have underglow style lighting cause they're "cool."

Also

Their lighting is in better repair than several of my farmer neighbors!

/Lancaster drift!

Wisconsin here. Our amish have no electric lights at all. Maybe a kerosene lamp with a red lens on it. But usually just a reflective SMV sign on the back, and maybe a couple reflectors.

Wisconsin as well.  Limited exposure to the Amish lifestyle but raised Catholic so I'm not going into exceptions and justifications.  My parents would judge you based on your user name.  I'm going to nod in agreement with you.


I wasn't really judging, just stating facts. Each sect has different rules. It was weird when I visited a buddy who lived in Lancaster PA, and I saw amish buggies with straight up headlights on them.

/your parents would be right to judge my user name, but I won't divulge the story here.
//AND I'm Lutheran, so they'd really have reason to
///Love me some catholic church lenten fish fry action though
 
2021-11-07 8:22:48 PM  
Idea for a sci fi novel, about an amish virtual reality space, for amish that have been in severe accidents and have no sensory connection to the outside, and the amish vr world experience is the only available way to live a 'life' left for them - and the rules that would arise from such a construct.
 
2021-11-07 8:41:57 PM  

ExYank: Humans are not rational they are rationalizing animals. In any situation they will figure out how to follow the rules while still doing exactly what they were going to do anyway.


This bears repeating and isn't just limited to religious aspects of our lives. I used to know a cheap person that would look for any potential reason they could to stiff a wait staff on the tip if not try to get their meal comped. If they literally couldn't find a reason they'd default to the old "well tipping just plays into employers trap by allowing them to pay less than a living wage"

They were an asshole and this sort of thing is a huge reason they are someone that I "used" to know.

/I very quickly did my best to avoid going anywhere with them but they always made sure to tell me their stories about why they didn't tip last night because they were that type of asshole. I think they felt better talking through their rationale out loud and literally couldn't take a hint that I didn't want to hear about it after the first handful of times I told them how farked up it was they did it.
 
2021-11-07 9:18:53 PM  

ISO15693: awruk!: ISO15693: awruk!: Wow... that was... something else.

Are those things equipped with turn signal lights? Because that's how it looked like. There is no Amish in my area and last time I was in Schenectady was 20 years ago so I don't remember...

They are fine with electricity/lights if it's a legal requirement. They are very practical people and I respect them for it.

Oh, I know, I was just wondering about the left/right signal lights on those things, and how this would be actually implemented with the driver holding the reins and having the horse in front of him instead of some dashboard... I'm an engineer by training, things like this just make me curious, that's all...

Well then! Here is some good info to settle your curiosity :)
https://www.popularmechanics.com/cars/car-technology/a24666/how-the-amish-build-a-buggy/


Very cool article about some very skillful people.
 
2021-11-07 9:37:37 PM  

Big 900: ///Love me some catholic church lenten fish fry action though


Amen to that.  Extra tartar and lemon for me.
/Praise jebus, pass the fish
 
2021-11-07 11:20:35 PM  
Am I the only one who was worried about that horse?
 
2021-11-08 12:39:18 AM  
If I was there, I would have yelled "Hold your horses, young man!" and then prided myself on using that phrase in the rare literal sense.

(grandparents always used that phrase)
 
2021-11-08 1:33:07 AM  

baka-san: Am I the only one who was worried about that horse?


Nope. My cousin races pony chuckwagons, and that was hairier than anything I've ever witnessed at the track.
 
2021-11-08 2:03:07 AM  

baka-san: Am I the only one who was worried about that horse?


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Worst case scenario: Looks like horse is back on the menu, boys!
 
2021-11-08 4:12:51 AM  

ISO15693: awruk!: Wow... that was... something else.

Are those things equipped with turn signal lights? Because that's how it looked like. There is no Amish in my area and last time I was in Schenectady was 20 years ago so I don't remember...

They are fine with electricity/lights if it's a legal requirement. They are very practical people and I respect them for it.


And like a lot of us English, some of them leave their turn signals on after completing a turn. And he made a left turn with his right blinker on.

Have they started putting airbags in them yet?

If I were Amish, I'd have to consider the safety of my children if we were in a collision with a car.

Car seats for the young ones?
 
db2
2021-11-08 8:51:30 AM  
RUNNING IN THE (EIGHTEEN) NINETIES
 
2021-11-08 4:10:12 PM  

Death Rocket: Kit Fister: awruk!: Wow... that was... something else.

Are those things equipped with turn signal lights? Because that's how it looked like. There is no Amish in my area and last time I was in Schenectady was 20 years ago so I don't remember...

No. Maybe an orange caution sign like tractors, but no turnsignals, lights, etc.

Now, old-timey horseless carriages...

Central pa here, the sub groups of Amish and Mennonite have road style lighting with indicators.   They also have the orange triangles for daylight running.

Fun fact some of the Mennonite kids have underglow style lighting cause they're "cool."

Also

Their lighting is in better repair than several of my farmer neighbors!

/Lancaster drift!


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I still contend it was one of these.

/or someone who's played too much Red Dead Online.
 
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