Wasn't trying to make light of it - didn't know that it was so extreme
Like I said, though - stay away from your crazy neighbor's fires! How the fuck could you be liable for having a pool, by the way?
> From my perspective it blew. My instinct was to cover and I dropped and balled
> up. It almost knocked me back into the pool. This is a shot at the fence looking
> towards the yard.
> Imagine me on the hill by that plant pot. My brother was inside calling 911 when
> it blew. The house shook like a bomb dropped, and my brother said I disappeared
> in a fire blast that engulfed the patio. If the oxygen tank would have been
> there and blown too I'd probably be crispy. Had I made it a few yards closer to
> the fence I would have been standing where the remainer of the tank landed.
> Here's what was left of the cart it was on
> Flaming pieces of the fence, and two garbage cans were blown to shit. Flaming
> debree flew all over the yard and on my roof.
> After that the adrenalyn pumped so hard my ears hurt, and after we got the fire
> under control and realized I had a moment to breath I was sick. I had a bad
> panic attack, and I threw up. Then I had to put up with the fire department
> telling me I had to fix the fence or get fined by the city because I have a
> pool. After that I realized I had first degree burns on my hands and arms, I
> thanked what ever cosmic entity that saved my sorry ass. I was also thankful no
> one else got hurt, or lost their homes.
> So I got to say, no it wasn't like a video game. No game is going to do that to
> > cept you're actually scared for your life?
> > Glad you're ok. stay away from your crazy neighbor's fires in the future!
> > My Junk