Thread: OT - Fireworks?
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Old July 1st 11, 11:07 PM posted to rec.pets.cats.anecdotes
CatNipped[_5_]
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Default OT - Fireworks?

All sales on fireworks have been banned this year in and around Houston.
The chance of more wild fires and the danger to homes is too great to risk
even a "sparkler" to ignite the draught ravaged foliage. That's perfectly
understandable to me - why take the chance of some [email protected] setting the city
on fire.

However, they're still planning a "Freedom Celebration" in Houston and some
surrounding cities. Huh? Are their fireworks somehow different from
privately owned fireworks? Are the parks and other places they're planned
somehow spared from the draught? There is still a big "debate" about this
going on, but as of right now, the celebrations are going to go ahead as
planned.

What do you think? Should city-run fireworks be banned also, or allowed?

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