Kyosuke: Thanks to that article, I just learned that there are 4th, 5th, and 6th degree burns.Thanks, I guess.
vgss: What the fark were they shooting that has enough force to blow a leg off?Even mortars are just shooting balls of fire, what even has a projectile capable of this?
But Wait There's More: Trying to come up with a witty comment, but I'm stumped.
Vector R: Kyosuke: Thanks to that article, I just learned that there are 4th, 5th, and 6th degree burns.Thanks, I guess.No, only up to fourth, which are also referred to as "deep" burns. It means it goes full thickness into the underlying muscle, tissue, and/or bone, destroying nerve function as well./the more you know
Lee451: But Wait There's More: Trying to come up with a witty comment, but I'm stumped.AS someone who had their left leg amputated 10 years ago I admit I am stumped also.
megarian: Alright, I'm extremely creepy and clicked your profile...I feel compelled to say that your kitties are all kinds of fantastic.
Alonjar: megarian: Alright, I'm extremely creepy and clicked your profile...I feel compelled to say that your kitties are all kinds of fantastic.I now felt compelled to click as well. Although I walked away creeped out by the walking stereotype that is that guys profile.
Freak: Usually in the case of fireworks injuries I don't feel sorry for the injured but for once it wasn't the dumbass lighting it. Would kinda suck to be just sitting there in a park and have your foot blown off thanks to some other idiot.
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