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(WCCO.com)   Cardboard warehouse on fire. Perhaps not the best choice in building materials   (wcco.com) divider line
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2008-12-12 11:28:10 AM  
This form of headline always makes me chuckle.

I guess I'm a simpleton.
 
2008-12-12 12:08:39 PM  
Too bad there wasn't a fire hydrant factory nearby. The dogs would have had that fire put out in no time.
 
2008-12-12 01:25:20 PM  
Build Green !
 
2008-12-12 01:25:52 PM  
Hurley's box factory, nooooo!!!!
 
2008-12-12 01:28:03 PM  
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2008-12-12 01:29:32 PM  
in other news....the homeless lose future homes. The housing market sucks all over now.
 
2008-12-12 01:32:34 PM  

blicero: in other news....the homeless lose future homes. The housing market sucks all over now.


Homeless + fire trifecta now in play.
 
2008-12-12 01:33:24 PM  
+1...blah blah

Drat, that is a headline I would proudly wear on a hoodie...I don't need any more t-shirts
 
2008-12-12 01:35:52 PM  
The technical term is "corrugated fibreboard"

/packaging materials geek
 
2008-12-12 01:37:40 PM  

hamiltonjdavid: This form of headline always makes me chuckle.

I guess I'm a simpleton.


If that's the case, I may be the mayor of simpleton.
 
2008-12-12 01:39:27 PM  

Ball of Confusion: The technical term is "corrugated fibreboard"

/packaging materials geek

sexless, basement-dwelling loser

Why so mean, Thyomorb?
 
2008-12-12 01:43:28 PM  
life was good in the cardboard civilization (new window)

for a time at least...
 
2008-12-12 01:43:57 PM  
Best headline in a couple of days!

Much better than all of those stupid puns that get greenlighted.

/greenlit?
 
2008-12-12 01:47:27 PM  
Rebuild it with Construction paper.
 
2008-12-12 01:47:47 PM  
I hear the guys at the straw factory next door are pretty worried, too.
 
2008-12-12 02:03:46 PM  
I vote for this as the best headline of the day.... Got to have something to laugh at....
 
2008-12-12 02:08:05 PM  
I lol'd. nice one, subby
 
2008-12-12 02:32:04 PM  

hamiltonjdavid: This form of headline always makes me chuckle.

I guess I'm a simpleton.


Me too.
 
2008-12-12 02:39:27 PM  
the structure had already been weakened by someone wielding a paper mache'te
 
2008-12-12 02:45:34 PM  
Then perhaps 'Fire men' aren't the best choice to try to put it out.
 
2008-12-12 02:54:55 PM  
I thought I might try and say something funny. but Bobguy64 already won.
 
2008-12-12 03:59:39 PM  
I'll bet Joe Benjamin is really going to be down in the dumps now.

// obscure?
 
2008-12-12 04:23:57 PM  
pyro.cynonyte.comView Full Size
 
2008-12-12 04:50:00 PM  
portfolio.mvm.ed.ac.ukView Full Size


/not amused
 
zez
2008-12-12 05:19:07 PM  
I used to work in a corrugated paper factory so I'm getting a kick out of these replies.
 
2008-12-12 05:43:30 PM  
I work in a corrugated paper factory so I'm getting a kick out of these replies.
 
zez
2008-12-12 05:48:46 PM  

DoorsFanRob: I work in a corrugated paper factory so I'm getting a kick out of these replies papercuts.


FIFY
 
2008-12-12 05:49:25 PM  
I'm applying for a job at a corrugated paper factory so I'm getting a kick out of these replies.
 
2008-12-12 06:00:48 PM  
zez
Eleven years worth
 
2008-12-13 11:02:39 AM  
But... How did it stay up in the rain?
 
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