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Fireworks on New Year’s Eve? Be Smart and Safe!

1/1/2022 (Permalink)

A Man watches fireworks holding a sparkler This fella is getting outclassed in the perennial "Bring your coolest firework" competition.

2021 AD is passing through our fingers by the day, and 2022 AD is rapidly approaching, and anyone expecting you to lay low on NYE and hold off on the fanfare doesn’t understand what this great country is all about. We all know you’re going to drive down to SC and get some real fireworks (or you already did during your last beach trip, and you’ve been saving your stash until now!), so you might as well be safe during the weekend festivities so you don’t end up like football star Jason Piere-Paul, or worse, accidentally burning some of your cool things you own.

The biggest rule is don’t hold fireworks in your hands. This shouldn’t even need to be said, but too many galaxy-brains on the internet have been running around, shooting each other with roman candles and bottle rockets. It’s not the 1980s anymore, folks! Those anarchic days of old are over, and you can’t behave like that in 2022.

Next, make sure you point your fireworks away from your house or the houses of others, as well as stacks of firewood. That’s just a recipe for disaster.

So have fun and stay safe, folks!

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