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Discussion in 'Off Topic Lounge' started by JazzDad, Feb 15, 2013.
I like the muted emergency colors on the flock, er, fleet.
I would like to take this moment to dispel the rumour that all JDI employees begin the workday with a shot of Naloxone. (Some require 2 or 3 snorts. OK, some need a pump to keep them going through their shift.)
You may have wondered where JDI got its siren sounds. Well, wonder no more.
Another load of high quality, modern lightbars being shipped from the factory.
JDI is still in business
Naysayers! Not only are we still in business, we're thriving. Like P. T. Barnum was attributing with saying...
JDI Corporate video!
I feel inspired to (place some thin here)
It's getting close to that time of year again - The JDI All Star Revue. Here are some of the ladies from the shipping department rehearsing.
It promises to be a grand time!
Can you tell it's getting close to Halloween here at the JDI corporate offices?
No different than any other time of the year, now that I think about it.
Has JDI made a sale in the past lets say year
You can see for yourself that MaryLou in the JDI call center is having a hard time keeping up with the volume...
i found what youve been up to jazz dad... i see it has one of you rretina burner 3000s on top of it too...
For when you really need to clear an intersection...
That new 2018 JDI horn is nice, but I still prefer the 2016 JDI horn for it's lower tone.
Both are such fun in parades. The 2018 model knocks spectators over at the kerbs, and the 2017 model contingent takes up the room of two secondary school marching bands.
JDI dominates any parade, just as it dominates the Emergency Services market.
Just once I'd love to see a Swiss marching band trying to maneuver those long alphorns through the Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade route. That would be a hilarious sight to see!!
another fine graduate of JDi's "directing traffic with class", class.
Good ol Tony from Providence
Our graduates are everywhere.
I have seen Tony in person doing his thing. Pretty cool.
JDI Apparatus Division is considering installing these in our new quint line. What do you think?
Why not have the boys are Nazar Diesel build you an engine
Nice. But turning from high speed motors to stopping them:
Federal Signal may have the Stinger®, but JDI now has the Stinker®. A car fleeing pursuit runs over the Stinker®, which fires essence of skunk onto the car. The occupants will soon abandon the car because of the smell. If they have gotten out of sight of the police vehicle, both the car and occupants can be easily located. If the suspects abandon the car and get away, the police need only check area grocery stores to see who is buying mass quantities of tomato juice.
The Stinker in action
The Stinker®, from JDI. You always knew we stunk.
I'm not sure what this is......
But it has the stench of JDI all over it.
What a waste of bandwidth.
What do you think of our new logo for 2018?
JDI Apparatus Division – We’ll probably get you there™.
Looking at this photo, one would not think that I am the president and CEO of the major emergency services manufacturer of the world, would you? In my unassuming, but well-appointed office, I dictate to my long-time secretary, Agnes Gilchur, plans for JDI’s next blockbuster product.
With the cold weather, emergency services are gearing up for rescues. It's hard to imagine how JDI will top their state-of-the-art ice rescue equipment, especially when purchased with the command post option.
Command post option....ha ha ha ha.
Towards the end of this neat story, I believe they mention the jamb-nuts hardware is made by JDI...well they don’t exactly mention JDI, but it’s clear they make them & the hardhats.
Are you implying my nuts hit people in the head?
With all the recent news of sexual harassment in the workplace, JDI is proud to offer this photo. Senior VP Frank Drelb is shown here trying to enamor his secretary, Miss Kitty Lyons, with some soft music. If only the %#@$ radio tubes would warm up before Kitty cools down!
theres your problem... radio tubes should be replaced with vacuum tubes to work better.
Derned split-anode magnetron!