Y'know the shreds of truck tires you often see littering the sides of highways? A few years ago, on my way back from Indiana, a semi on the other side of the median and a/b 300 yards ahead of me blew a tire. Just like those tanks — KABOOM! Big chunks of rubber shrapnel went flying a hundred feet into the air and rained down all over both sides of the highway, and I found my self driving through that shower!
and these tools are standing around WATCHING THIS???
I'm sure I've mentioned before that Ted is a Welder.
Do you know why the various gas canisters are CHAINED TO THE WALL in welding areas and/or hospitals? Because even without a fire they're capable of becoming unguided-missals in less than a blink of an eye. Ted has stories of canisters of even inert gases under pressure falling off trucks while being unloaded ...or even just falling over, if the caps aren't secured... Stories about canisters going through buildings... ...not WALLS... BUILDINGS... as in more than one wall.
Trust me... you don't want to be standing anywhere in the immediate vicinity especially as close as the dumbass with the smartphone capturing it for YouTUBE.
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