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(WTKR)   HVAC contractor protip: Don't leave flammable gas containers in your truck overnight because it might leak and explode when you turn off the vehicle's alarm in the morning, also keep a clean pair of underwear handy   ( wtkr.com) divider line
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2013-08-21 10:31:57 AM  
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dj_spanmaster: devine: corq: DNRTFA, but numerous incidents in the Keys in dive season occur this way with scuba tanks left on boats as well. That first morning cigarette down at the dock can be a doozy...

SCUBA tanks leak flammable gas?

The oxygen, in high enough concentration. Though corq clearly doesn't live in the Keys, or he wouldn't have called it "dive season".

24 years, and I stand rightly corrected - actually meant "Lobster Weekend" -- dive season/lobster season/crazy people with tickle sticks season.

Yes you can dive all year, but lobster weekends used to bring around out the very special folks.
2013-08-21 10:07:52 AM  
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But my spare set of clothes are in my truck.

Seriously, a spare set of basics are cheap insurance. Spilt food, rips, blood spatter, never know why you'll need a change.
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