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rob steal

L.A. Fire

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i'm miles away but i saw it come over a hill at dusk a few night ago and watched it light up the night sky. saturday afternoon i drove down to san diego and then back yesterday morning.

 

the damn thing doubled in size over night and killed 2 firefighters

 

 

sat. afternoon

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view from my porch

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view from the street

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view from long beach

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things that look like tits on the way down

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things that look like tits on the way back

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downtown LA 9:00 a.m. sunday. this lifted by 11:00 a.m.

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aint nothing new. once they put this one out 2 more will start down between riverside and la.

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Yep, that's got some heft in it.

 

I reckon Australia and the US could have a bush fire comp.

 

Would be pretty close!

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on state land they cut sections of forests down. While I cant

testify as to how other states do it this seems like a low tech

and effective way to deal with a fire threat. Southern Ca seems

to have this problem every few years. Why dont they clear a

ring around the city. May be expensive but if and when a fire

like this spreads into a high density population center its going

to be a big deal. Envision a block of 60 homes. Each is a high

intensity inferno above and beyond the brush and trees. Its hard

enough for firefighters to get 1 housefire under control

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on state land they cut sections of forests down. While I cant

testify as to how other states do it this seems like a low tech

and effective way to deal with a fire threat. Southern Ca seems

to have this problem every few years. Why dont they clear a

ring around the city. May be expensive but if and when a fire

like this spreads into a high density population center its going

to be a big deal. Envision a block of 60 homes. Each is a high

intensity inferno above and beyond the brush and trees. Its hard

enough for firefighters to get 1 housefire under control

 

shit happens like 2-4 times PER YEAR homey

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some of that is smoke, but it looks like most of that is smog.

 

reason #24 not to move to LA: smog.

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also

 

reason #13 not to move to LA: even the tits are fake.

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on state land they cut sections of forests down. While I cant

testify as to how other states do it this seems like a low tech

and effective way to deal with a fire threat. Southern Ca seems

to have this problem every few years. Why dont they clear a

ring around the city. May be expensive but if and when a fire

like this spreads into a high density population center its going

to be a big deal. Envision a block of 60 homes. Each is a high

intensity inferno above and beyond the brush and trees. Its hard

enough for firefighters to get 1 housefire under control

 

A brush fire is not going to spread in to the city of LA.

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The smog this year in L.A. hasn't been that bad.. And what you're seeing is from the fires.

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on state land they cut sections of forests down. While I cant

testify as to how other states do it this seems like a low tech

and effective way to deal with a fire threat. Southern Ca seems

to have this problem every few years. Why dont they clear a

ring around the city. May be expensive but if and when a fire

like this spreads into a high density population center its going

to be a big deal. Envision a block of 60 homes. Each is a high

intensity inferno above and beyond the brush and trees. Its hard

enough for firefighters to get 1 housefire under control

 

the only way to stop fires in california is to cut down every fucking tree, but that's not a solution. forrest fires are completely natural and should be allowed to continue to happen. anybody who lives in an area vulnerable to forrest fires is bringing it on themselves

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