atf

Glasgow, KY

#1 Jun 26, 2012
To dry.Anyone caught lighting fireworks should be put in jail.
Haha

Glasgow, KY

#2 Jun 26, 2012
anyone caught being a complete idiot should be taken off the streets also.......yeah, that includes you :)
getting too dry

Glasgow, KY

#3 Jun 26, 2012
We are getting so dry it might be a good idea to stop fireworks this year. There is no rain in the next 10 day forcast. This Thursday 102 degrees!
When I saw this thread I thought that might be the reason. Whole lot of tents selling them!
Could be postponed until we have rain.
A Real American

Glasgow, KY

#4 Jun 26, 2012
I'm saving mine till the U.S. can celebrate the death of Barack Obama.
fire fighter

Glasgow, KY

#5 Jun 26, 2012
Just takes a rocket falling in someone's house gutter and starting a fire in the dry leaves.

Wonder if the city would have any responsibility for allowing fireworks in this drought?
Kiss My Butt

Glasgow, KY

#6 Jun 26, 2012
I'm going big this year to celebrate my country's birthday. Try to stop me. I'll do the same thing our founding fathers did to the rules and regulations put on them.
Just saying

Glasgow, KY

#7 Jun 26, 2012
Kiss My Butt You need to use your brain if you got one..Common sense if you have any,it's too dry to even be thinking of shooting fireworks. If your dang house burns down while the fire department is trying to put out another fire, or saving someones life. Where you gonna lay that stupid head??? Use common sense...Do you want the whole state of Ky to be on fire like the fires in Colorado... Or do you even care?
Reader

Glasgow, KY

#8 Jun 26, 2012
I have wondered about this too. When is a burn ban, there should be a fireworks ban.
wonderin_2012

Glasgow, KY

#9 Jun 26, 2012
I read on wcluradio.com that there is a burn ban which started yeasterday. It clearly stated in there you could not even burn a charcoal grill also fireworks were not to be lite either
reader

Glasgow, KY

#10 Jun 26, 2012
wonderin_2012 wrote:
I read on wcluradio.com that there is a burn ban which started yeasterday. It clearly stated in there you could not even burn a charcoal grill also fireworks were not to be lite either
Please re-read the WCLU post below. It saws fireworks MAY be restricted during a burn ban. It doesn't state they ARE restricted. I think Miss Davie needs to restrict fireworks too.

A burn ban has been placed on Barren County, effective immediately.

Monday afternoon, Barren County Judge/Executive Davie Greer signed an executive order declaring a ban on open burning in Barren County, effective immediately, due to the excessive dryness and fire-hazard conditions.

No person shall light or maintain an open fire at any location in Barren County while this ban is in effect. Any person caught violating the band is subject to fines and penalties.

According to the Kentucky Department for Natural ResourcesÂ’ website, burn bans include the ban of burning of forest, grass, crops, woodlands, marshes or other similar areas; the burning of leaves or debris; lighting campfires, bonfires and warming fires; and using open pit cooking and charcoal grilling. Use of fireworks and welding may also be prohibited or regulated during a burn ban.

The county-wide ban is in effect until further notice and will be listed when the hazardous conditions are abated.
ohhh

United States

#11 Jun 26, 2012
man
not here

United States

#12 Jun 26, 2012
We live just outside the city a bit. The house is on 2 acres. Behind the house is a 3 acre field. The field and our yard are both brown and dry as a bone. About 6 other homes back onto our field. Every year these idiots fire off fireworks from their yards over our field so they don't get the debris in their yard. Instead, we get the trash in our field. This year there is a really good chance they will start a fire on our back field. If that happens, there will be hell to pay.

I agree that fireworks need to be banned til we get some moisture.
Lol

Glasgow, KY

#13 Jun 26, 2012
Bones are not really that dry. You have blood and humerous and other body fluids swiring all around them. Sounds pretty moist.
resident

Glasgow, KY

#14 Jun 26, 2012
don't give a [email protected] about u r house. I'll go Mckenna st. and Humble St, and set off my fireworks. keep the fire dept boys busy and contribute to urban renewal. that area needs it bad. to bad about the slumlords rodent infested houses and the trash living in them.
getting too dry

Glasgow, KY

#15 Jun 27, 2012
resident wrote:
don't give a [email protected] about u r house. I'll go Mckenna st. and Humble St, and set off my fireworks. keep the fire dept boys busy and contribute to urban renewal. that area needs it bad. to bad about the slumlords rodent infested houses and the trash living in them.
Don't you think you can be found? Threats can be taken very seriously. You should care about MY house, and all others. What is wrong with you??
not here

Glasgow, KY

#16 Jun 27, 2012
Lol wrote:
Bones are not really that dry. You have blood and humerous and other body fluids swiring all around them. Sounds pretty moist.
It's called an expression, idiot.
not here

Glasgow, KY

#17 Jun 27, 2012
resident wrote:
don't give a [email protected] about u r house. I'll go Mckenna st. and Humble St, and set off my fireworks. keep the fire dept boys busy and contribute to urban renewal. that area needs it bad. to bad about the slumlords rodent infested houses and the trash living in them.
And you're another idiot on here. There's a difference between a small 10 square foot yard fire with a garden hose nearby and a 3 acre field blaze that could consume several houses.

Just be aware that if you started a fire that made me lose my house, you would lose everything you own in court as well as get jail time. THINK before you act so stupidly.
I believe

Glasgow, KY

#18 Jun 27, 2012
not here wrote:
<quoted text>
And you're another idiot on here. There's a difference between a small 10 square foot yard fire with a garden hose nearby and a 3 acre field blaze that could consume several houses.
Just be aware that if you started a fire that made me lose my house, you would lose everything you own in court as well as get jail time. THINK before you act so stupidly.
I think it is safe to believe that person doesn't own a home, and probably not much of anything.
Janice

Glasgow, KY

#19 Jun 27, 2012
It's called being law suit proof when nothing is in your name. Freedom's just another word for nothing left to lose.
Just saying

Glasgow, KY

#20 Jun 28, 2012
Yes them kind of people have nothing to lose and can't stand it if their neighbor has something better...Bunch of idiots for sure if you ask me...They don't have sense enough to know while they are trying to keep the fire dept. busy on those streets someone could be fighting for their life and needs those firemen. We all better be aware and careful even about throwing out a cigarette butt could cause a major problems. Please pray for all those in Colorado, and pray we don't have to go thru what them poor people are facing... We are no better than they are. It could hit home..

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