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They see a fire and put it out, no matter how small or big, as with the nature of fire it can get out of control, and it’s their job to protect people from getting roasted. It’s just sad, there is so much kindling out there, but it’s hard to be a fireman when something can just spontaneously combust without any warning.  And since anyone, can buy a box of matches as long as they are over 16, in some shops over 18, arsonists, can start a fire anywhere, it’s in their nature to watch the flames, as they can look so pretty. But a good arsonist knows when to build a controlled fire, with fire breaks and a supply of water nearby, and where the fire station is, especially if it’s a big one, as they don’t want to catch fire themselves? Or hurt people. The fire is what is important not the kill count. To all those that were burned, I hope you heal quickly? Though the use of Fire Bombs, can be a serious over kill, and can spread everywhere. Thankfully the Fire Team, knew who they were dealing with, and took the appropriate action, and pulled the fire out of harm’s way.

Let’s hear it for the Fire Brigade, Here-here, Hooray, Hip-hip-hooray; the Fire Brigade are here, to save the day.

Patience is something I taught myself, so I never know when it’s going to run out? And has anyone got a light, I’ve seemed to have misplaced my lighter? A match will do, but i need a wind proof one, it's very windy where I'm standing.

Patience is something I taught myself, so I never know when it's going to run out?