Fireworks Recall

Fireworks Recall

PostBy: Chris Murley On: Sat Jul 05, 2008 7:50 pm

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http://www.wnep.com/Global/story.asp?S=8621952
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:arrow: read story above before my response!

man, and this is the outcome of our sue happy world we live in now. man this is just ridiculous! they scatter hot debris and can burn you.......no sh*t! i mean theyre fireworks for crying out loud people, what do you expect to happen! soon you wont be able to buy any because some moron looked down the tube when it went off. nice. and what about sparklers, while theyre at it they might as well outlaw those too since some kid may hold on to it too high up and burn his little precious fingers. oh well, mike a. and i worked the 4th at the mine anyways, so we had some real fireworks ;)
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Re: Fireworks Recall

PostBy: mike On: Sat Jul 05, 2008 8:31 pm

This is just getting refreakindiculious allready. I could go on and on about some of the assinine things out there but this just takes the cake. I say if your silly enough to pull on something hanging from the power lines you deserve what you get. If you survive you'll never do that again. And the thing about hot sparks falling, what the friggin A do you expect :mad: . What ever happened to survival of the fittest :lol: And yes we did work at the mine yesterday. We could sell every ton we could get out of the ground and then some. And yes we did have our own fourth of july celebration!
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Re: Fireworks Recall

PostBy: CapeCoaler On: Sat Jul 05, 2008 10:10 pm

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Re: Fireworks Recall

PostBy: Richard S. On: Sun Jul 06, 2008 1:18 am

LOL... I've purchased a lot of fireworks and put on a lot of shows. I even have an account at the store. I always get a laugh at the warning labels, everyone says "WARNING: shoots flaming balls". Ummm yea no kidding.

While on the topic those fireworks that you purchase on the side of the road are absurdly priced. Just as a quick example we purchased a couple thousand of those flare like sparklers for the kids last year for about ten bucks. I think they sell them on the side of the road for like $1.50 for a dozen.

http://www.fireworksbydonnora.com/
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Re: Fireworks Recall

PostBy: e.alleg On: Wed Jul 16, 2008 11:16 pm

I blasted off some of the big cake ones this year, freakin looked like the town fireworks. $30 each but worth it, even the neighbors agreed :D
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Re: Fireworks Recall

PostBy: Richard S. On: Thu Jul 17, 2008 12:21 am

Next year ealleg look for the "Big Bad Mutha". That's the best one I seen so far, it has about 12 shots and they are those ones with that silvery falling flame. Like a weeping willow.

I'll tell you what I like to do, we always run fuse. Set it once and forget it. Anyhow what we'll do is tie two big ones, two medium ones and about 5 or 6 300 round saturn missile. That's impressive. The saturn missiles really make it seem like a lot of *censored* is going off.
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