Totally avoidable. Invest half an hour with a lawnmower, cut down the dead tallgrass and small brush around your house, driveway, barn, whatever, and you can put fires like this out by walking the line and stepping on it.
WOW, 3:18 if I could reach thru this computer, I'd punch you in the face. What an idiot.
the best resolution is to not live in a freakin' can in the middle of nowherewow, the messenger's first news video goes to youtube. congrats!
Hmmmm....I bet there are a few people that would like to invest about 1/2 hr. walking your line.
Hi, we're thinking of moving from our posh home here in Malibu to Paradise TX and was just wondering if it is a nice place.
Come on Barry, you are working this grass fire thing like the local news works a cold front...now post something that will brighten my day...please.
Hey, what is more dangerous? The fire or the yokel driving around and filming at the same time?
Could have approached the subject with a little more tact but,there's some truth to what 3:18said.
3:26----- I presume the idiot to whom you refer is yourself. Explain to me if you can how 3:18 is not correct. Or do you just want to punch him cause you're too lazy to have done anything to help yourself. Bet you got time to watch a lot of TV though, don't you?
It's kind of like buying that puppy in the window - it looks cute and all, but then he grows up. Ah, the country life! How beautiful, how peaceful..........The same thing applies rural life, like getting your arm caught and torn of in post hole auger, getting impaled on your hay rake, getting run over by your tractor, spurting blood from an artery after a chainsaw accident, having a heart attack, choking.....all that stuff is DEADLY if you live way out in the boondocks. No kind of response will be fast engough, 3:35PM. You are so correct sir or madame.Living in the country can be dangerous.
Post a Comment