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Ridgetop said:
I was bummed I couldn't make it down for the ride.
Sorry that you could not make it. My flight from BWI to San Jose stopped in Reno around 6:00 p.m. on Friday. I looked from the plane window to see if you were riding down there, but if you were, I missed you. :)

Now, you would have had plenty of lawyerly protection if you had come on the ride. Other than the tail end of the peloton's riding through a few yellow and red lights, we observed all laws. But, there is no guarantee that your security clearance would have remained intact after the party at Coopers. <a href="https://www.clipartof.com"><img src="https://www.clipartof.com/images/emoticons/thumbnail2/787_flame_thrower_gun.gif" alt="Free Smileys & Emoticons at Clipart of.com" border="0"></a>
 

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thinkcooper said:
Mark, FWIW, I'm pretty sure there are no regulations against Bonefire Recreational Flamethrowers in Maryland. Thinking aloud here - you might need to acquire one for clearing weeds along your driveway.You were a natural handling the Bonefire, and if the propane tank hadn't froze up, I bet you would have taken top honors for flame height.

http://bonefire.com/index.html
I enjoyed the pyrotechnics, but Silas was the true natural with the flamethrower. I don't think, however, that a flamethrower would go over too well in San Francisco.
 

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SilasCL said:
I'm thinking of taking the flamethrower out and scaring all the double parkers on my street.
Is that the kind of non-violence that you learned in your Quaker school? Or were you schooled by "Fighting Quakers?"

"Fight, fight, Inner Light, / Kill, Quakers, kill! / Knock 'em down, beat 'em senseless, / Do it till we reach consensus!"
 
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