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How Not To Light Your House On Fire This Thanksgiving

Recently, we've been contemplating how not to light our house on fire this Thanksgiving. Luckily, Good Morning America decided to start a grease fire and demonstrate how to put it out properly. Except it didn't really work. Gawker.TV has the video here.

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Recently, we've been contemplating how not to light our house on fire this Thanksgiving. Luckily, Good Morning America decided to start a grease fire and demonstrate how to put it out properly. Except it didn't really work. Gawker.TV has the video here.

So, take home message: Don't light a boiling pot of grease on fire. As for the rest of you, have a great Thanksgiving - and if you happen to have an extra special Thanksgiving, we'd love to hear about it.



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