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post #30 of Old 09-19-2012
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Re: Alcohol Stove - Non-Pressurized

Originally Posted by hellosailor View Post
Medieval flour mill?

Grain mill explosion under investigation by officials, company

Apparently ConAgra blew up a modern grain mill just two years ago.
"Investigators found that a poorly trained operator dropped a bowl containing about 2 cups of all purpose flour, leading to the dangerous spill which caused the violent explosion."

By all means, enjoy your kero stove. Some of us have no issues with bottled gasses. Perhaps every kero burner I've met has been improperly adjusted or fueled, and yours in the only one with no odor. Perhaps.
Yes, perhaps. If that is the case, I won't complain. I don't really care if yours, or someone else's burner stinks as long as mine doesn't.

I don't really care either if someone blows himself up with leaked gas in his bilges, or burns his boat to the waterline with alcohol, as long as it is not close to my boat.
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