I was told that storing gasoline inside the house is dangerous.
I have no place to keep it outdoors, so I must keep it inside the
house. I spoke to a guy who worked for the volunteer fire department
many years ago. He said that if the gas is indoors, keep the can
inside a metal container. I looked around the house and found the
only fully metal container I have is the oven on the kitchen stove.
I put the gas can in there. The 5 gallon plastic can just barely fits
in the oven. I feel much safer now.
Well, I better go help the wife, she's preparing to bake Christmas
On Dec 20, 11:41�am, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
Sounds like a plan. Get yr homeowners policy out of the safe and go
chill in the doghouse for a spell. Tell your fireman friend not to
worry about the smoke; it's just your wifey's cooking. More than one
way to get out from under that subprime mortgage.
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