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TrogdorORL n dimensional
07/03/13 5:29 pm

This is a VERY regional dependent question. However much I hate government intervention, Southern California, especially this time of year, is VERY flammable with all the wild brush. The wildfires created are then extremely destructive.

TrogdorORL n dimensional
07/03/13 5:31 pm

Plus no matter how much I love fireworks and try to be safe with them, there is an inherent fire risk with them. One summer, in Michigan I believe, I was playing with them and accidentally created a mini brush fire. No damage done there but here...!

DavesNotHere where am I
07/03/13 3:30 pm

Only if there's a fire hazard in your area. A few years back the town banned fireworks because there were brush fires in the area.

satiricalnick meh
07/03/13 9:47 am

No, but they are a huge waste of money.

guy_fawkes Failed System
07/03/13 9:23 am

Only the if they are made in China....... Oh wait, that's everything in America..........

susanr Colorado
07/03/13 8:47 am

Entirely? No. As used by the general public without a permit? In locations where it would be a hazard to the general public, as in Colorado in the summer, yes.

PuppyLvr In love with Listgarten
07/03/13 8:42 am

Fireworks aren't inherently bad. You can use them safely. Ban the act (hurting others), not the product (fireworks).