Thanks for posting that. I didn't see this on any of the morning news
shows today. Wake up call for everyone to check their utilities &
One dry winter days I used to keep a pot of water simmering on low on
the gas stove. One time I smelled gas and saw that the flame had gone
out. First thing I did was turn the knob off. Not that bright -- to
turn the flow off from the 'low' setting, it first increases the gas
flow, then fires an arc to light the gas. Fortunately there was not
enough gas to light. Next time I'll remember to open the doors and air
I have a big pot, a very big pot of water on the stove to provide
humidity on very cold dry days and set a very low flame under it but if
my roommate opens the window behind the stove, a brisk breeze will blow
out the pilots and the burner. Fortunately, the house is old and not
hermetically sealed like a lot of new homes so there is a lot of air
infiltration to dilute any gas. ^_^
On Tuesday, December 17, 2013 4:01:09 PM UTC-5, Daring Dufas : Hypocrite gay TeaBillie on welfare wrote:
What an ass. In lots of places, the firemen and EMS are volunteeers,
not union members. Right here in my town in NJ, they are volunteers.
And nobody asks your party affiliation when you join a union or the
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