Fire Water


Wow! I've never seen that before. I don't think it's supposed to do that. read the story-
     Posted By: Alex - Thu Oct 15, 2009

that's a trip! but the gas drilling company denies culpability of course.
Posted by Patty in Ohio, USA on 10/15/09 at 03:53 PM
More likely the Geezer's still was leaking. By humans OR nature, flammables can get into the water supply. Cuyahoga River! Is there much to recommend this as real, though? Wasn't a continuous shot, and even if it was, it kind-of looks like the flame came up from the sink, which would be less like natural gas behavior and more of a liquid fuel (Coleman? Charcoal lighter? Looked like alcohol on the faucet at the end). 🐛
Posted by Nat Strainer on 10/15/09 at 07:10 PM
Well, it sure ain't dozens and dozens of rats in the pipes farting all at once. Somebody is responsible. One thing even four and five year old children know about water is it is not supposed to catch fire!
Perhaps they should send kindergarteners to explain the situation to the gas company.
Posted by Venus in Baton Rouge on 10/15/09 at 07:12 PM
first it's cow farts and now you're telling me we have to worry about rat farts. what next- bird farts, they fly so it goes straight to the ozone! 😝
Posted by Patty in Ohio, USA on 10/15/09 at 07:15 PM
How do you think swine flew got into the human population!?!
Posted by Expat47 in Athens, Greece on 10/15/09 at 09:55 PM
i don't want to even think about it expat. yet another disease brought to us by beastiality and the single deviant. :shut:
Posted by Patty in Ohio, USA on 10/15/09 at 11:13 PM
I like the fact that the gas drillers have 'looked into the matter and found no need for concern about public health and safety.'
But suggest that people in the area buy bottled water.

Nice to know their looking out for us, eh?
Posted by StanFlouride on 10/16/09 at 11:35 AM
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