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45,000 Bottle Rockets in Two Minutes

Posted July 6, 2007

Being a big fan of bonfires and crude pyrotechnics, I fully endorse this video.

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  • fl2nc2ca2md2nc Jul 8, 2007

    That was awesome! I would love to have been there...

  • WRALwontdeletemyaccount Jul 7, 2007

    Excellent fun! Great job!

    (as to who picks them up... in a couple months they'll all be compost ...they paper and stick)

  • strolling bones Jul 7, 2007

    even wholesale...45 k worth of rockets is gonna take it outta the pccket...for their 1.58 minutes of fame on youtube.

    I agree that the government needs to get out of my business, if I want to smoke pot, crack around with low class members of the opposite sex then that is my business...
    Why clog the courts with meaningless crimes? If I want to waste my money and time with fireworks..fine...or worse if i want to leave up my Christmas lights all year know who you are...look outside right you have droopy lights..icile ones long burned out? You know who you are.

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  • flipit Jul 6, 2007

    Bottle rockets are illegal in NC. Someone could poke their eyes out. By the grace of God, we must abide by the laws enacted by our legislature. We must 'do it for the children'. Ban all adult activities..........

  • Brian Shrader Jul 6, 2007


  • What The Deuce Jul 6, 2007

    Awesome. Its a Darwin Award waiting to happen! Sign me up!

  • Halyard Jul 6, 2007

    Look like somthing we might have done if we'd just thought of it. Cool!

  • Just lil ole me Jul 6, 2007

    Hmmmm, I wonder who stuck around to pick up those 45,000 dead bottle rockets....

  • .Milky Jul 6, 2007

    It makes me proud to be an American. We can have a display like that and we all gather around to watch it as opposed to running for cover. Wait, I think I just equated being an American with lacking common sense. Oh well. Yeehaa!!

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