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zoomkat

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Fashionable terrorists in this century use cellphones or electronic watches. Get with the times!


The casio isn't that easy to find and now the cell phone displays randomly light up.
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Yes, all those terrorist websites like Ebay, Amazon, hobbytron, and Estes. Just use the commercial fireworks/rocket igniters. They're cheap, safe, and legal.


At $2+ each plus postage, maybe not that cheap.


If its for a movie he's not going to need a lot of them. $2+ postage is a lot cheaper than a visit to the emergency room when he lights his hand on fire trying to make something out of matches and lighter fluid.
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I didn't catch the patch of gasoline or something part first time around either. That's red flag territory.
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