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Old December 6, 2012, 08:48 PM   #11
Bart Noir
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OK, I admit to being not too informed on this subject. Thanks for correcting me. But I still say that labeling it all as explosives was sloppy reporting.

Although the way it might become explosive, over a long time period, would certainly have been a fact to report.

So a "range limit" means what? Is that the max you can dispose of in a noisy fashion?

If so, having a limit of 100 pounds and setting off 10,000 pounds was the problem? Hey, it is only a mistake with the decimal point and I used to do that all the time,way back when. On a slide rule

Bart Noir
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