Where bad choices make good stories
I had a new supervisor who was transferred in from up north. He was delighted that the mild winters in Atlanta allow year round grilling. He bought an extra propane tank for his grill so he would never be out. It had a defective valve. It sat in the corner of his garage in a newly built house and leaked all of the fuel out until the gas level rose high enough to be set off by the hit water heater pilot lamp. The explosion lifted the house off of the cement slab foundation were it landed about 6" off center. It happened in the middle of the night and he was able to put out the small fires that were in his basement garage. The car in the garage was totaled and the house had to be demolished and rebuilt.
[rocketride]Or store them in a well-ventilated shed.
A $20 device that tests for leaks should be a must for those of us that use propane or LNG for heating and cooking.
Start with your nose.
Bonus! The neighbor got to see his female neighbor of 15 years naked since she had been taking a shower!
If she was worth seeing naked!!grayman
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