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Mr Gasoline BBQ Starter

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Nouff said!
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I love the "Real Men of Genius" commercials !!!
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Whow.. you mean thats wrong??
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I prefer diesel.
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I think I was married to him!PDT_Armataz_01_04.gif

Many many years ago we went camping, and as usual Genius split all the little sticks of kindling and got them in the fire pit, and poured about a 1/2 gallon of white gas on it. About the time he got the white gas can out of range a little kid came up and said, "whacha doin' mister?" The ex being johnny on the spot grabbed two of the gas soaked sticks and starts rubbing them together.

"I'm an Indian son, and this is how we build fires" (of course the kid didn't see the white gas). Every now and then for the 3 or 4 minutes he'd stop and peer at the two sticks. "Yup, that's good enough. Stand back son". And he tossed a match onto the kindling - huge exploding ball of fire!!

Little kid exits stage left hollering "Wow, Mister, I've gotta tell my Dad how you build a fire!"PDT_Armataz_01_08.gifPDT_Armataz_01_08.gif:icon_ smile:icon_smile.gif
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Used a little bit of starting fluid to get the campfire started this weekend...

after all it IS "starting" fluid right?

(p.s. it's more fun to use it to seat the bead on tires)
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Charcoal lighter fluid is okay to start a fire but gasoline is for internal conbustion engines and cleaning greasy hands. :)

I've seen how lighter fluid is used to seat tire beads on wheels before, it's pretty crazy but works.
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