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Topic # 46702 7-Nov-2009 21:33
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Courtesy of the public fireworks display tonight in Whakatane, where things didn't go quite as planned...

Big pic, so click here

Sorry about the poor quality pic; I only had my phone on-hand.

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  Reply # 270947 7-Nov-2009 22:25
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One word can sum that up.

Bugger.




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  Reply # 270952 7-Nov-2009 22:51
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They don't call them fireworks for nothing...

Fire. Works.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 270959 8-Nov-2009 00:11
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HiK1000716: One word can sum that up.

Bugger.



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  Reply # 270961 8-Nov-2009 00:38
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Kraven: They don't call them fireworks for nothing...

Fire. Works.


Yea, otherwise they'd be called firefails!



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  Reply # 270971 8-Nov-2009 07:53
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Heheh. Still, it was a bit of excitement; that doesn't happen every day. There's nothing about it on any of the local news sites I know of... they must still be asleep :P

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