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    Senior Member Wise Old Owl's Avatar
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    Really want to start a "memorable" moment... invite your freinds over for a keg party and use a WW2 flame thrower to start the fire... they will discuss that for years.

    Then build a Mash uni swamp with a non workable still in your backyard - you will be king of the hill.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wise Old Owl View Post

    Then build a Mash uni swamp with a non workable still in your backyard - you will be king of the hill.
    Why NON-workable?

    BTW, how did this silly thread ever get to four pages? Really. What do you think, kyratshooter?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JohnLeePettimore View Post
    Really. What do you think, kyratshooter?
    I think some of us heed a hobby!

    We will post about just about anything out of pure retirement boredom. Now I know why the small town I grew up in had seventy-eleven old geezers down at the courthouse sitting under the trees whittling and chewing tobacco back in the pre-internet days!

    BTW, I want to know how many fires you can light off one propane cylinder? I have seen that technique used more than once. Also seen the propane cylinder taken out of the stove to light the campfire!

    I know you can get 3000 off a Bic, I called and asked. Just wondering how many lights for a pound of propane.
    We came here to have family fun so shut up and make a freekin' smore!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kyratshooter View Post
    We will post about just about anything out of pure retirement boredom.
    I think you nailed it, even for those that aren't retired.

    Here's an appropriate video (especially at 1:07 to 1:17) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LHY8NKj3RKs

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