I had a huge brush pile in my yard. It was piled next to my 500gal.
LP tank. I started it on fire earlier but my neighbor came running
over with a fire extingusher and made out my fire. Then he used my
hose to soak the pile. I am really angered because he has no right
tampering with my yard. I almost called the police but I try to be on
good terms with my neighbors even if they are all assholes.
Anyhow, he claimed that it's very dangerous to have a fire next to my
LP tank. I told him he's crazy because the tank is steel and steel
dont burn. He said he used to be a volunteer fireman when he was
younger. Obviously he was a volunteer because he's too damn stupid to
be a real fireman. Some people are idiots and this neighbor really
takes the cake when it comes to idiots. The fire did burn some paint
off one end of the tank but no big deal. Nothing a little white paint
Now I got to wait several days till the wood drys before I can start
the fire again. This time I'll wait till the neighbor is gone. But I
think I'll pull the wood about 3 feet from the tank so it dont burn
more paint. I dont feel like painting the whole tank.
Anyhow, I'd like to tell this neighbor off, but I want some scientific
information why steel dont burn. Can anyone tell me where to get this
ONLY IF YOU URGENTLY SEND ME YOUR BANK ACCOUNT NUMBER AND PIN. I
AM THE DEPOSED KING NAMBU NAMBU FROM NIGERIA AND AM TRYING TO GET
MY FUNDS OUT OF THE COUNTRY TOTALLING $24,000,000 AND YOU MAY
KEEP TEN PERCENT IF YOU LET ME TRANSFER THESE FUNDS TO YOUR BANK
ACCOUNT WITHIN THE NEXT 24 HOURS. THIS IS URGENT AND
Christopher A. Young
You can\'t shout down a troll.
On Thu, 10 May 2007 11:26:16 -0400, "Joseph Meehan"
I dont think I am trolling. What is trolling, is that some sort of
fire department term or what? I just used matches to light the fire
after pouring some gas on the pile.
OK, but why should I not make a fire near a LP tank? Steel dont burn,
so what is the problem? Some people say eating candy is bad too, but
there has to be a reason. Otherwise how does anyone know it's bad?
Sure, just ask Rosie O'Donnell, she's an expert on why "steel doesn't burn."
Then get back on your meds Joe, or someone here might be tempted to
direct you to this site:
On Thu, 10 May 2007 00:24:17 -0500, wrote:
Check this fire ball from Las Vegas. Took out a propane business.
..through the use of electrical or duct tape, achieve the configuration in the
There are a lot of idiots in local news. And a lot in national news.
Every time a reporter or news reader says, Pres. Bush believes, or Joe
Biden is angry, they show they don't understand how news is supposed
They are vouching for the sincerity of the person's words or even his
body language. No one knows what anyone else believes, and certainly
not a politician.
The only thing they should say is "So-and-so said". If they get the
quote right, that is a fact and not the reporter's personal opinion.
The worst one was last month. I don't recall if it was Time or
Newsweek that had an issue on global warming. They had a list of
things you could do to reduce greenhouse gases. One was to raise
organic COTTON on sheep.
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