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Old 04-18-2019, 05:55 AM   #21
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They used this inside to lower the temps without risking lives

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Look at this nut job, a 37 yr guy was nailed in the city St. Patrick’s Cathedral trying to enter with 4 gallons of gas n a few bottles of lighter fluid. He said he ran out of gas.

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"Lamparello is a CUNY student seeking his Ph.D. in philosophy, and has done stints as an adjunct lecturer at Lehman College, a police source said."
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I agree, especially with something of a historical significance like that

When I work at an oil refinery that I do projects at I must have somebody with me all times as a firewatch that literally sits there with a fire extinguisher.

Anything you do with a tool or any activity that could potentially cause a spark requires a firewatch


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Why don't they require bronze tools?

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I did some work in a chemical plant long time and I had to use their bronze tools, I thought they were crazy until they explained about sparks
Talk about crazy expensive tools too.

I have acquired quite a bit of bronze tools second hand and I have to use them in a few places I go to repair stuff.

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From the most recent TOT.

Notre Dame Roof and History Breakdown

https://www.toolsofthetrade.net/hand...gn=TOTT_070219

Rather long, but thorough. Interesting and amazing structure.

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