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(CBS 42 Birmingham)   Strange man ablaze at the Circle K   ( divider line
    More: Dumbass, North Carolina, arson suspect, English-language films, Detective, Motor vehicle theft, Michael Bumpers, Charlotte-Mecklenburg police, Charlotte, North Carolina  
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2020-09-04 6:07:36 PM  
5 votes:
2020-09-04 6:21:36 PM  
4 votes:
Where did he get an accelerant at a gas station?
2020-09-04 7:42:50 PM  
3 votes:

fsbilly: New Rising Sun: A crucial detail for the article might be *how much* on-fire this guy set himself (maybe it was in the video?).  They still haven't found him, so if he set himself just a little on-fire, like his sleeve was in flames and he whipped off a jacket and ran away, then that makes sense.  If he was Pink Floyd 'Wish Your Were Here' on-fire and still hasn't been found, then he probably died of an infection or shock or something somewhere.

I guess you could watch the video and see him set alight up his pant leg into his crotch. But I guess it's cooler to do what you did.

I guess you could consider that some people aren't always on machine or in a place where they can watch a/v clips.  But I guess it's cooler to do what you did.
2020-09-04 6:07:37 PM  
3 votes:
Strange Man Ablaze is the name of my Kenny Loggins/Parliament pop/funk fusion band

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2020-09-04 6:12:43 PM  
2 votes:
the arson suspect, who has been nicknamed "Smokey,"

2020-09-04 6:58:32 PM  
1 vote:
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