Cyberluddite: Considering the current drought conditions in what is, even in "wet" years, a tinderbox-dry desert environment, the use of fireworks probably presents a far greater danger in Reno than the use of firearms or drugs. I grew up there, and fireworks have always been illegal there--even the "safe and sane" ones.
Eric The Pilot: Wait till they regulate produce:[media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com image 500x406]
bearcats1983: Wish the cops in my city would do this. Not because the fire risk, more because the noise pollution and annoyance. My idiot neighbors will be lighting these things off for the next week or so all hours of the day. Same neighbors who can't be bothered to fix their roof or car because it's too expensive but have no qualms spending hundreds/thousands on fireworks.
Dwangerous: The temptation is definitely there You can just drive to Mustang and buy all the fireworks you want. At least that was the case last year or two
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