I didn't make it!
who uses a firework when their celebrating anything, if yes, then what do you celebrate and are you careful?
there's more to fireworks go on fireworks safety
Wanna go Double Dutch?
9th December 2003
I don't use fireworks anymore. A couple of years ago I did but these days I only watch the fireworks during the New Years eve.
On all other days of the year using firworks is illegal in the netherlands unless you got special permission from the (local) authorities.
OK, but wash it first
24th November 2003
I usually put on fireworks show for my family during Independence Day (US). Illegal or not, fireworks laws are not heavily enforced, at least not in my neck of the woods. At the very worst, if you are caught with them by the authorities, they are confiscated... and the police officer who made the bust get to use them him/herself! When using fireworks, I keep my distance and follow general safety guidelines - in otherwords use my head!
Ultima ratio regum
7th November 2005
2 litre bottles + tannerite + Remington BDL = Shenanigans
No! I'm Spamacus!
17th June 2003
In New York and Massachusetts it's not legal for regular citizens to use fireworks. In Oregon it was fine, but you couldn't use any type of firework that was set off in the air like a shell.
Trust me, I'm a Doctor
25th November 2003
I love fireworks. We had a couple M80's a few years ago that blew holes in our yard where they were set off (the real M80's, not the crap ones most places sell). If you can get some like that, you can have fun blowing stuff up with them!
Snipes With Artillery
22nd March 2005
Here in California, they are only sold around the 4th of July, except in Chinatown, and you can't have anything that goes up or blows up.
Slightly cooler than a n00b
26th October 2007
Me and my family havent used fireworks for a while now. I think it is much more funnier to look when other people shoot
Revenge was here.
25th April 2007
I don't use fireworks anymore
Italicised no more
14th August 2004
We use them round here on bonfire night. That's about it really. There are several displays organised by various community organisations, which are really spectacular. Problem with just buying them yourself is that you have to spend loads to get a proper display, and there isn't really enough space to enjoy them properly in your back garden. It's fairly easy to buy them though.