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To further clarify: I used my flame-thrower to repel representative Jason Chaffetz when I ran into him at the local Orem, UT Rudfuckers.
Simon did not cook the pie by taking a Clairol foot spa to pieces and rebuilding it again as a flame-thrower, and the pie looked just like a pie – not an Elizabethan shoe.
Log in to Reply rebel4309 (UID#9278) on November 15th, 2009 at 10: 33 pm eye bleach … STAT!! also, where is the tard with the flame-thrower when you need him?
To clarify: all one needs to make a flame-thrower is a can of hairspray and a cigarette lighter.
He muttered that Red should have been more careful with that flame-thrower.
I jumped behind a table, Butch loaded and aimed his bazooka, while Hathor hid himself behind Butch and Red stormed into the group of guards with a flame-thrower, shouting some kind of battle-cry.
Dame Edna, that ladylike Australian flame-thrower, has used this technique to funny effect over the years.
Drew Storen, Tyler Clippard, Sean Burnett, Slaten, Coffey and Henry Rodriguez, the flame-thrower whom the Nationals acquired when they traded Josh Willingham to the A's, are likely to claim six of seven relief spots.
This is coming from the GOP flame-thrower herself.
Only a very few women, it was found, could even carry and use a flame-thrower with any effect.
bilby commented on the word flame-thrower
"In 1943, chemists at Harvard came up with a cheap and simple way to thicken petrol into a gel. Not only was it easier to use in flame-throwers in this non-drip form, but it would conveniently stick to things – wood, metal, flesh – as it burned." - 'London Review of Books', 29 Nov 2007.
November 26, 2007