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August 29, 2019

GUYS IN ACTION

Man uses Roman candle to kill hornets and accidentally sets roof on fire

As the squirrels look on, chortling.

(Thanks to DaninDallas)

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“I did get rid of the bees, so I would say mission accomplished."

Collateral damage is to be expected in war.

oopsie - sorry, Mom.

"Hon, you have to look at the bright side. We got rid of all the wasps and spiders and saved a big exterminator bill."

"Fireworks are illegal in Massachusetts for anyone without a professional license.

This story was reported from Cincinnati."

Truly a strong blow for the First Amendment!

Wiredog, indeed they're illegal in Mass., but legal in Hew Hampshire. The Mass. cops set up road blocks at the state line and search cars for fireworks around July 4th and New Year's. They'll confiscate any fireworks you're trying to bring into Mass. This has resulted in some creative smuggling techniques, as you might well imagine.

Clearly, this guy was more successful in smuggling his fireworks into Mass. than he was at using them without collateral damage.

Rod's comment reminds me that in the book I'm reading (THE CHAIN) the protagonist needs to buy a gun pronto, so drives from Massachusetts to New Hampshire to buy it.

Amateur. Everyone knows that fireworks are for killing spiders, not hornets.

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