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Old 03-18-2006   #11
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Yes! What Rich said.

Do what Rich said and never ever do what I said. I would Never do these things, Ever!



And to properly educate yourself in dangers of fireworks, you must watch the video I linked to above.

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Old 03-18-2006   #12
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That looks like an Al Qaeda training camp, careful Homeland Security is Watching

man that is too funny, I cant wait to try it

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Old 03-20-2006   #13
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I should have known Flaco would have detailed step by steps
He's got more trival knowledge that anyone in the world
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Hey, Dammit! It's not just trivial. It's useless too!

Ya'll moved to Greeley yet?
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Old 03-21-2006   #15
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This is the same principle, but on a smaller scale. Uses candle wax, pop can and a shot glass of water.

And while we're on the subject, here is one I've been wanting to try. The sparkler bomb.
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Old 03-22-2006   #16
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Having spent the last two days in my WFR refresher course, I offer as a final contribution the following:


"Inhalation Burns

Burns to the head, face or neck pose another danger; that of airway burns. Hot smoke or steam can also cause this. The great danger in primary care is swelling of the airway causing suffocation. Any suspected airway burn should go to hospital by ambulance. Symptoms and signs include:

* Wheezing and breathing difficulties
* Dry, sore throat and hoarseness (inflammation of the oropharynx)
* Black, soot-like sputum
* Deposits of carbon around the airway
* Singed nose hair and eyebrows

Inhalation injury is the major cause of death in burns injuries, so take it very seriously."


And Mike, I'm sure no-one ever thought you did stuff like this. But that sparkler volcano thing from Australia sure did look interesting.....



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