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(LA Times)   Large fire burning in New York City skyscraper. This is not a repeat from 1945   (latimes.com) divider line 107
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2014-06-07 09:21:17 AM

Pointy Tail of Satan: [fc08.deviantart.net image 850x637]


that's a goose not a duct
 
2014-06-07 12:16:27 PM

goatan: Pointy Tail of Satan: [fc08.deviantart.net image 850x637]

that's a goose not a duct


When you were a kid, didn't you ever play the game "Duct, duct, goose"?
 
2014-06-07 02:20:34 PM
Duck tape is used for sealing duckwork:

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2014-06-07 02:38:34 PM
browser_snake

/obligatory? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A_sY2rjxq6M

You are not the first to make that connection.
 
2014-06-07 04:00:12 PM

Pointy Tail of Satan: [fc08.deviantart.net image 850x637]


www.feelnumb.com
 
2014-06-08 09:00:54 AM

whenIsayGO: zjoik: Nightjars: How do you even notice a six-story building in Manhattan?

Be poor

Six-story buildings are very common because that's the tallest they can be without requiring an elevator and a bunch of other more expensive stuff (like fireproofing).


Uh, in which century did you last read the building codes in NYC?
 
2014-06-08 09:27:17 AM

encephlavator: whenIsayGO: zjoik: Nightjars: How do you even notice a six-story building in Manhattan?

Be poor

Six-story buildings are very common because that's the tallest they can be without requiring an elevator and a bunch of other more expensive stuff (like fireproofing).

Uh, in which century did you last read the building codes in NYC?


I guess I could have made it clearer by using past tense, but the relevant building codes are from the centuries in which most of the residential buildings were built (late 19th - early 20th).
 
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