Doubt it. I'll be over by Gotmud in Michigan on friday. I'm going up there just for the day. I have too much stuff to do with the new place (paint, clean, move, etc). But if I get my shiznit done maybe sunday?
Originally Posted by Ultrastud
I purchased a small amount of explosives when I was in Missouri on tuesday seeing how this gay state only allows fuckin sparklers and snap caps!!
Yours and mine! Funny thing is that all along I-80 there are 5 million signs for fireworks right over the border in Indiana (one of 3 things that state is good for). I played hookey one day and went and bought some. Fuckin IL cops wait to pull people over with IL plates coming back from IN hoping they have fireworks. Luckily I wasn't one of them.
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I'll be up north with Shane riding our quads on the snowmobile trails. We have some of dem der fancy Indiana fireworks to play with too. I will be very carefull though, I may know how to pleasure with one hand and type with the other but if I were to lose a finger it would be a long summer lol.
"Do not go where the path may LEAD, go instead where there is no path and leave a TRAIL"
Originally Posted by Rubi
Nobody on this site likes Ski Doo except Dirty Harry, and he's better at making babies than buying or fixing sleds, so you don't want to listen to him.
Just to let you know that I am probably the only one here that is legally allowed to display fireworks! I used to be 50% owner of a fireworks display company called "Pyrotechnics Unlimited" out of Wheatley, Ontario. Getting my license kind of sucked, it took me a week and it cost me $2000. It was a Supervisor Level 2 from "The Explosives Regulatory Division of Ontario". It allowed be to purchase and display up to a 22" mortar shells, which I would never, never display. Way to dangerous! The largest shells that I would ever display would be 305mm or 12" shell and I didn't even like displaying that! The firing tube for the 305's were just a pain in the ass to carry and set up, the firing tube was 4 feet long 12" wide and made of seamless 1/4" steel! Talk about heavy and I had to sink it 3 feet into the ground.
Anyways to make a very long story short, I owned the company for 6 years then I decided to get out of the buisness. My partner decided to marry my mother in law and then beat the living fuck out of her. Obviously they got divorced and the tensions ran high with the buisness so I had him buy me out and I left!
Let's just say, I've seen accidents happen to even the safest of people displaying even the simplest of hand fireworks. So please have a fun and be safe this July 4th weekend.
P.S. Bryan, no lighting bottle rockets out your ass this year. Save that for Haydays!