Intense Heat

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Last night.

Portadown, County Armagh.

Meanwhile..

Anyone?

Monday: Pyrone

18 thoughts on “Intense Heat

        1. Janet, I ate my avatar

          King Billy actually found parades offensive,
          When he was greeted by crowds brandishing orange veg he thought it ridiculous..irony

  1. Grace

    Yes a 50 foot bonfire full of burning pallets and tyres – just like it was in King Billy’s day!

  2. martco

    I understood there was good money in europallets, they’re not exactly without value.

    so where tf do these lads get them from annually in such large quantities? they’re perfectly serviceable (if not brand new…not scrap) from what I’ve seen.

    Anyone educated in norniron matters know the answer to that one?

    1. Bertie Theodore Alphege Blenkinsop

      We have a sister company in the North. We give them the pallets. It’s easier.

      1. martco

        wow

        I also just learned a lot more than I needed to know about pallets because as it turns out they have their own Wikipedia page?!

        now there’s no mention of an ISO standard describing which ones are meant for use in large antisocial fire scenarios however maybe that aspect is less technical more cultural, wha

        1. GiggidyGoo

          Once Brexit happens, our pallets will have to be heat treated otherwise they could be stopped from entering Britain. Sane think coming in here from Britain.
          I think the lads in Portadown may have misread ‘heat treated’ as something else.

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