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Flamethrower Fun!

A remote control that enlightens the pryomaniac in all of us
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There is a room. On the top are what appear to be cameras. Inside are things like firewood, teddy bears, NES's. But wait... those aren't cameras! They're FLAMETHROWERS!! Use the Atari like controls to move them up and around in a personal room of doom. It would be a bit costly, But don't forget that Backdraft thing at Universal studios. Just put yourself behind a fireproof glass pane, and far enough away so it won't get burnt. Why not even allow people to bring in stuff to get burned! A box of an old girl/boyfriend that left you. Garbage. The leftover food from Thanksgiving. Its an endless list.
Tangora, Oct 14 2005

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       Um, why do the flamethrowers look like cameras?   

       There are firing ranges which let you hire a variety of weapons and blast away at whatever objects you like. You should investigate whether those offer flamethrowers.
DrCurry, Oct 14 2005
  

       I read this as Pyromaniraq - someone who like to go to another country where they are not welcome and burn everything in sight.
xenzag, Oct 14 2005
  

       I think the remote-controlled bit would take out the fun of having an actual flamethrower in your hands.
jellydoughnut, Oct 14 2005
  

       Maybe if the remote control was really, really, really hot.
half, Oct 14 2005
  

       Or shaped like a trigger.
jellydoughnut, Oct 14 2005
  

       Tangora, I believe you may be inadvertently operating a remote control flamethrower right now.
bungston, Oct 14 2005
  

       Bun for incinerating your ex's things in public.
PollyNo9, Oct 15 2005
  
      
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