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Cutting windmill blades

Discussion in 'Demolition' started by KSSS, Aug 27, 2019.

  1. bam1968

    bam1968 Senior Member

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    Light them on fire at night. Clean up whats left and haul it to the landfill the next morning. o_O:oops:
     
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  2. Ronsii

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    A big teepee style stack would probably go up pretty good!!!
     
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  3. Labparamour

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    You still have a couple days to get ‘em all there!
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  4. Ronsii

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    It'll be bigger than the texas a&m bonfire!!!! and with the burning man theme we might even have some burningmen fatalities to compete with texas ;)
     
  5. kshansen

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    Not sure I want to be down wind of a fire like that! I'm sure the resin those things are made with are not good to breath when burned!
     
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