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Old 07-02-2009, 08:07 AM
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I aint never seen a paint explosion before but the first time I ever lit a fart, I burnd all me pubies off and all da hair offa me leggs,dag um flames wasa jesta rollin outa me anckles started me shoe lases on fir too ,running jest made it worse,never lite a fart wit long pants on the day after eatin homemade chillie wit road kill fer meat ,ifin ya do..........wear shorts .....be safe....gas fumes r gas fumes no matter what kinda gas fumes day is,and it takes days to git da smell of burnt hair outa yer nose in you'll never hear da end of rember when your dumb a ss lite dat fart dat was da funniest thang we eva saw,sorry we couldnt put you out we were jesta laughing to hard and lost all controll over r muscel movement,Btw yer I brows eva gro back? and whys everyone call you brain dead body man?
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Old 07-02-2009, 09:06 AM
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DB, when you stray off topic, you go in leaps and bounds...LMAO! Funny stuff.
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I beg to differ ding , If a little thing like a fart can cause so much grief just imagine what a full scale booth explosion can do. SERIOUSLY,I was thinking about ...WHY...a fire could start in a booth...."smoking" ? nobody's stupid enough to do that.....Then it hit me, electrical switches in a homemade booth......a spark from the switch could ignite the fumes or even a fan motor swiching on....So make sure to have your switches outside the booth and although I've done it ..using portable box fans concerns me now, paint booth fans have explosive proof motors , so be careful and do your home work when making a booth or painting in your home's garage, someones life may depend on you

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Not to make any one think of doing anything but the safest approach .

But Deadbodyman. everything has to be Just right for it to go boom.

Too much fuel or O2 & nothing will happen.

Just like in a motor . if it floods it wont run.


I had a arse hole drop out a fuel tank & flip it dumping a few gallons on the ground while I was cutting a exhaust pipe with a torch.

I was suited up & felt it getting warm while people were yelling @ me to not blow slag into the fuel.

Well it went POOF & went out because it ran out of O2 inside the building.

If that would have happen closer to the door it would have been very bad.




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although its never happend to me it concerns me. Electrical switches should be mounted on the outside.....so,if it does happen you wont be in there.My luck I'd have a date that night and loose all my hair eye brows mustashe and she would run before I got her drunk.(Ihate that)I'm no good at gambling.... a one in a million chance is not enough for me... so when shes not looking I tie her shoe laces together just in case she tries to get away
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to ease you worried mind........................



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