dlj wrote:Strange - it posted twice... can't figure out if that means your web site likes me or not....
Duengeon master wrote:Well, if we have it in Centralia, we can make plenty of noise and there will be no neighbors to bother us and call the cops.
Richard S. wrote:Duengeon master wrote:Well, if we have it in Centralia, we can make plenty of noise and there will be no neighbors to bother us and call the cops.
You'd be able to make as much noise as you want here. Matter of fact I'll probably be making a lot of noise.
I'll do a separate donation for them and make up the difference myself.
Richard S. wrote:Every time I light one of those my Brother yells $2.50!!! Fireworks on the holidays is one of the things I allow myself to indulge in, it's a giant waste of money but too much fun.
Richard S. wrote:Well Joe I can tell you that but I'd have to kill you.
Those are Class C or consumer fireworks. That particular one is the best I have seen as far as loundness goes, it's as close as you're going to get to the stuff that requires a license. It's almost as loud as a quarter stick aerial bomb. There is various fireworks stores throughout the state they can be purchased. You obviously won't find them at the typical road side stand. As a Pa resident you need to have a permit that has to be signed by one of your local elected officials or authorities.
An odd part of the law is non PA residents can purchase them with no permit.