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(LiveLeak)   Even if it IS your birthday, and you like fire, do not try this at home. Jesus   (liveleak.com) divider line 32
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2014-01-20 05:31:29 PM  
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approves of these shenanigans.  ai carumba!
 
2014-01-20 05:37:06 PM  
Better luck next time, Darwin
 
2014-01-20 05:42:31 PM  
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Zeus: Why you keep calling me Jésus? I look Puerto Rican to you?

John McClane: Guy back there called you Jésus.

Zeus: He didn't say Jésus. He said, "Hey, Zeus!" My name is Zeus.

John McClane: Zeus?

Zeus: Yeah, Zeus! As in, father of Apollo? Mt. Olympus? Don't fark with me or I'll shove a lightning bolt up your ass? Zeus! You got a problem with that?

John McClane: No, I don't have a problem with that.
 
2014-01-20 06:52:36 PM  
Holy cow.  Crazy stupid.
 
2014-01-20 07:12:36 PM  
Did he burn up Old Lady Semple's pension check?
 
2014-01-20 07:31:11 PM  
Jesus...
 
2014-01-20 07:37:48 PM  
I'm just glad the hat was OK.
 
2014-01-20 07:40:30 PM  

fusillade762: I'm just glad the hat was OK.


obviously Jesus saves...hats
 
2014-01-20 08:11:08 PM  
Puerto Rican haircut.
 
2014-01-20 08:38:32 PM  
Ah, letting propane filled balloons drift downwind towards the smoking kids.

Good times.
 
2014-01-20 08:40:26 PM  
Imagine all the stenches.
 
2014-01-20 09:06:37 PM  
You know... You can do crazy shiat like this and shoot video and it looks cool and will get clicks on the internet, yet still be farking SAFE...

Of course, I learned MY lesson at 14. We had a raised flower garden that ran around the entire yard, filled with volcanic cinders. My buddy and I decided to see what would happen if we threw a WD-40 can in a fire. We had a 3 foot wide by 40 foot long area for this fire, that was about 2 feet above the grass. We had the hose on standby and lit the fire. AFter awhile there was a pop and a hiss as the button at the top popped off. We waited and waited(what seemed like) forever, and finally walked up to the fire, not sure why nothing was happening. I still don't know what we noticed, but suddenly we turned and jumped at the same time as the can ACTUALLY exploded. I landed on my feet, but probably about 10-15 feet from where we started, with the lawn on fire, burning merrily away...

Like I said, we had the hose going, and put the fire out immediately, nobody was hurt, and I went across the street and got dead lawn clippings and spread them over the also-dead lawn(It was Arizona). I thought we'd gotten away with it, like a moron, but it was pretty obvious even to spy satellites that the grass was burned. And Jesus, talk about LOUD...

But even being stupid, at least we were smart enough to have the hose ready in case something went wrong, and we at least attempted to build the fire someplace safe.
 
2014-01-20 09:21:56 PM  
You know, I had a remarkably similar accident with a pot belly stove tent heater when I was in the Army.
The stupid thing wouldn't stay lit so after 2 attempts to get the potbelly going I dumped double the amount of fuel inside, primed it and decided to reach my arm in there with the flaming paper to make sure it didn't catch on the lip instead of dropping into the fuel this time and of course for extra stupidity I had my face right over the hole. When the fuel caught fire it shot out of the opening burning all the hair on that hand and arm, my eyebrows, my mustache and a fair bit of hairline and I felt like my face had a medium sunburn for a few days.
 
2014-01-20 09:21:57 PM  
What a retard
 
2014-01-20 09:26:38 PM  

Mikey1969: You know... You can do crazy shiat like this and shoot video and it looks cool and will get clicks on the internet, yet still be farking SAFE...


Nobody is looking for a video of a safe pyrotechnic demonstration.  They can get that in science class.  People want to see somebody's eyebrows get singed off, or worse, during an innocent but poorly planned experiment gone awry.

As a white kid growing up in a middle class neighborhood, this is something I can relate to.  When I got bored, I set shiat on fire just for the hell of it, just never recorded it (as I grew up in the 90's and not every handheld device had a camera on it).   But these kids did record their exploits.  Watch how much gas he pours into this thing before taking a crack at it with a baseball bat.  Amazing nobody got third degree burns.
 
2014-01-20 09:28:17 PM  
Jesus likes gold, frankincense and myrrh. Not balloons on fire.
 
2014-01-20 09:32:50 PM  
Damn, even knocked out his middle tooth!
 
2014-01-20 09:47:18 PM  
Did someone die of ebola on that mattress?! Throw that nasty shiat away!
 
2014-01-20 09:58:05 PM  
Oh, my. That didn't look good. I'm glad he was okay.
 
2014-01-20 10:06:39 PM  
If faulty wiring burns the house down, you can always kick the freshmen out of their dorm and live there instead.
 
2014-01-20 10:13:35 PM  
do not try this at home.

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You said it mang!
 
2014-01-20 10:39:14 PM  
I guess the moran (sic) shirt was in the laundry.
 
2014-01-20 10:54:29 PM  
So, this guy I know was a welder in a steel mill.  For kicks, they'd fill up gallon bags with oxygen and acetylene and ignite them behind folks to make them jump.  One day he gets this great idea and fills up a 50 gallon trash bag with acetylene while up on a catwalk inside the mill and decides to light it off.

The boom was a tad larger and louder than he was expecting.  As in the entire world was brilliant fire and a noise so loud that you cannot imagine it.  Then blackness (because every mote of dust that had ever settled on anything in the 40,000 square foot mill was suddenly in the air) and silence (because of the lack of eardrums) descended and he thought he was dead until they found him a few minutes later.

Never had the nerve to do that with more than a gallon or so myself but someday I'm gonna go Mythbusters on that story.
 
2014-01-21 01:26:06 AM  

valkore: Amazing nobody got third degree burns.

click the link in the description of the video. It's a photo of the guy's leg with what are pretty clear (and nasty) second and third degree burns all over his foot and ankle.

 
2014-01-21 01:56:05 AM  

Mr. Eugenides: So, this guy I know was a welder in a steel mill.  For kicks, they'd fill up gallon bags with oxygen and acetylene and ignite them behind folks to make them jump.  One day he gets this great idea and fills up a 50 gallon trash bag with acetylene while up on a catwalk inside the mill and decides to light it off.

The boom was a tad larger and louder than he was expecting.  As in the entire world was brilliant fire and a noise so loud that you cannot imagine it.  Then blackness (because every mote of dust that had ever settled on anything in the 40,000 square foot mill was suddenly in the air) and silence (because of the lack of eardrums) descended and he thought he was dead until they found him a few minutes later.

Never had the nerve to do that with more than a gallon or so myself but someday I'm gonna go Mythbusters on that story.


I did that with a balloon once.  Once, Johnny, once.  I didn't even fill it up all the way and it made one HELL of an explosion.  Little innocent green balloon went the color of the sun and shook the shiat out of me.  Thank god I a) used a 5 foot long stick to ignite it and b) did it outside.
 
2014-01-21 04:21:59 AM  
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2014-01-21 07:36:58 AM  

Cork on Fork: click the link in the description of the video. It's a photo of the guy's leg with what are pretty clear (and nasty) second and third degree burns all over his foot and ankle.


Ooof, never mind.  Ouch!
 
2014-01-21 08:25:50 AM  

Mr. Eugenides: So, this guy I know was a welder in a steel mill.  For kicks, they'd fill up gallon bags with oxygen and acetylene and ignite them behind folks to make them jump.  One day he gets this great idea and fills up a 50 gallon trash bag with acetylene while up on a catwalk inside the mill and decides to light it off.

The boom was a tad larger and louder than he was expecting.  As in the entire world was brilliant fire and a noise so loud that you cannot imagine it.  Then blackness (because every mote of dust that had ever settled on anything in the 40,000 square foot mill was suddenly in the air) and silence (because of the lack of eardrums) descended and he thought he was dead until they found him a few minutes later.

Never had the nerve to do that with more than a gallon or so myself but someday I'm gonna go Mythbusters on that story.


A 12" balloon filled with oxy/ acetylene is semi- nuclear concussion wise..... used to be lots of fun, now it is a federal rap.. manufacturing explosives.. kinda takes the fun out of it.....
 
2014-01-21 09:01:43 AM  

Mikey1969: You know... You can do crazy shiat like this and shoot video and it looks cool and will get clicks on the internet, yet still be farking SAFE...

Of course, I learned MY lesson at 14. We had a raised flower garden that ran around the entire yard, filled with volcanic cinders. My buddy and I decided to see what would happen if we threw a WD-40 can in a fire. We had a 3 foot wide by 40 foot long area for this fire, that was about 2 feet above the grass. We had the hose on standby and lit the fire. AFter awhile there was a pop and a hiss as the button at the top popped off. We waited and waited(what seemed like) forever, and finally walked up to the fire, not sure why nothing was happening. I still don't know what we noticed, but suddenly we turned and jumped at the same time as the can ACTUALLY exploded. I landed on my feet, but probably about 10-15 feet from where we started, with the lawn on fire, burning merrily away...

Like I said, we had the hose going, and put the fire out immediately, nobody was hurt, and I went across the street and got dead lawn clippings and spread them over the also-dead lawn(It was Arizona). I thought we'd gotten away with it, like a moron, but it was pretty obvious even to spy satellites that the grass was burned. And Jesus, talk about LOUD...

But even being stupid, at least we were smart enough to have the hose ready in case something went wrong, and we at least attempted to build the fire someplace safe.


A water hose to put out a fire made by Water Displacement 40?
 
2014-01-21 09:16:50 AM  

StoPPeRmobile: Mikey1969: You know... You can do crazy shiat like this and shoot video and it looks cool and will get clicks on the internet, yet still be farking SAFE...

Of course, I learned MY lesson at 14. We had a raised flower garden that ran around the entire yard, filled with volcanic cinders. My buddy and I decided to see what would happen if we threw a WD-40 can in a fire. We had a 3 foot wide by 40 foot long area for this fire, that was about 2 feet above the grass. We had the hose on standby and lit the fire. AFter awhile there was a pop and a hiss as the button at the top popped off. We waited and waited(what seemed like) forever, and finally walked up to the fire, not sure why nothing was happening. I still don't know what we noticed, but suddenly we turned and jumped at the same time as the can ACTUALLY exploded. I landed on my feet, but probably about 10-15 feet from where we started, with the lawn on fire, burning merrily away...

Like I said, we had the hose going, and put the fire out immediately, nobody was hurt, and I went across the street and got dead lawn clippings and spread them over the also-dead lawn(It was Arizona). I thought we'd gotten away with it, like a moron, but it was pretty obvious even to spy satellites that the grass was burned. And Jesus, talk about LOUD...

But even being stupid, at least we were smart enough to have the hose ready in case something went wrong, and we at least attempted to build the fire someplace safe.

A water hose to put out a fire made by Water Displacement 40?


Nope, the fire was caused by heat upon the grass, not by the WD-40. Dry grass combusts, and I can tell you from direct experience that water puts that out.
 
2014-01-21 10:33:57 AM  

valkore: But these kids did record their exploits.  Watch how much gas he pours into this thing before taking a crack at it with a baseball bat.  Amazing nobody got third degree burns.


What really cracks me up about that vid is that according to the description, the kids thought they were "filming a scene from Macbeth" for their English class.
 
2014-01-21 02:19:01 PM  

Mikey1969: StoPPeRmobile: Mikey1969: You know... You can do crazy shiat like this and shoot video and it looks cool and will get clicks on the internet, yet still be farking SAFE...

Of course, I learned MY lesson at 14. We had a raised flower garden that ran around the entire yard, filled with volcanic cinders. My buddy and I decided to see what would happen if we threw a WD-40 can in a fire. We had a 3 foot wide by 40 foot long area for this fire, that was about 2 feet above the grass. We had the hose on standby and lit the fire. AFter awhile there was a pop and a hiss as the button at the top popped off. We waited and waited(what seemed like) forever, and finally walked up to the fire, not sure why nothing was happening. I still don't know what we noticed, but suddenly we turned and jumped at the same time as the can ACTUALLY exploded. I landed on my feet, but probably about 10-15 feet from where we started, with the lawn on fire, burning merrily away...

Like I said, we had the hose going, and put the fire out immediately, nobody was hurt, and I went across the street and got dead lawn clippings and spread them over the also-dead lawn(It was Arizona). I thought we'd gotten away with it, like a moron, but it was pretty obvious even to spy satellites that the grass was burned. And Jesus, talk about LOUD...

But even being stupid, at least we were smart enough to have the hose ready in case something went wrong, and we at least attempted to build the fire someplace safe.

A water hose to put out a fire made by Water Displacement 40?

Nope, the fire was caused by heat upon the grass, not by the WD-40. Dry grass combusts, and I can tell you from direct experience that water puts that out.


lol. I'll take your word for it.
 
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