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Kallisto's Saturday Question: Fire Work

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Do you (still) buy fire works for New Years Eve?

Yes! 22%
No!78%
Total votes: 9
Hi guys!

It is Saturday and so close before the new year! and of course fire works are avalaible in the shops and markets to buy and to begin the turn of the year with a big banger.

If you take your time to answer my questions, I appreciate it.

Do you think that fire works should be abolished for the private use?
Do the injuries and damages by fire works increases in your opinion?
Have you used fire works on New Years Eve?
Have you used fire works to get up to nonsense?
Do you got crossed with people by using fire works?
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Original post by Kallisto
Hi guys!

It is Saturday and so close before the new year! and of course fire works are avalaible in the shops and markets to buy and to begin the turn of the year with a big banger.

If you take your time to answer my questions, I appreciate it.

Do you think that fire works should be abolished for the private use?
Do the injuries and damages by fire works increases in your opinion?
Have you used fire works on New Years Eve?
Have you used fire works to get up to nonsense?
Do you got crossed with people by using fire works?

1 Yes
2 Yes
3 No
4 No
5 For the sake of pets and the vulnerable or sensitive and for potential danger, absolutely. Fireworks for private use should be banned imo, for use only at dedicated displays authorised by councils.
(edited 6 months ago)
Do you think that fire works should be abolished for the private use?
No.
But there should be automatic bans prohibiting the possession, ownership and resale of fireworks for those who have ever used them as a means of creating a nuisance for their neighbours or to physically harm people/pet animals.
Particularly those who have asbos or have criminal convictions for

Do the injuries and damages by fire works increases in your opinion?
No, there is just more awareness and access of media publicity of the incidents.
Some of the worst louts & idiots have grown a lot more arrogant and reckless over the years, leading to lots of bragging about their asbo deserving abuse of fireworks.

Have you used fire works on New Years Eve?
Yes.

Have you used fire works to get up to nonsense?
No.

Do you got crossed with people by using fire works?
I do get annoyed with people who make use of fireworks in a manner that is thuggish, reckless or illegal.
Original post by Kallisto
Hi guys!

It is Saturday and so close before the new year! and of course fire works are avalaible in the shops and markets to buy and to begin the turn of the year with a big banger.

If you take your time to answer my questions, I appreciate it.

Do you think that fire works should be abolished for the private use?
Do the injuries and damages by fire works increases in your opinion?
Have you used fire works on New Years Eve?
Have you used fire works to get up to nonsense?
Do you got crossed with people by using fire works?


1. Possibly
2. Nah not really
3. No
4. No
5. No
Original post by Kallisto
Hi guys!

It is Saturday and so close before the new year! and of course fire works are avalaible in the shops and markets to buy and to begin the turn of the year with a big banger.

If you take your time to answer my questions, I appreciate it.

Do you think that fire works should be abolished for the private use?
Do the injuries and damages by fire works increases in your opinion?
Have you used fire works on New Years Eve?
Have you used fire works to get up to nonsense?
Do you got crossed with people by using fire works?


It's a great shame that everything that used to be fun comes under the iron fist of efl&safety
Do you think that fire works should be abolished for the private use?
Yes. It should be community-based.

Do the injuries and damages by fire works increases in your opinion?
Not sure.

Have you used fire works on New Years Eve?
Not really

Have you used fire works to get up to nonsense?
No

Do you got crossed with people by using fire works?
Sometimes.
Original post by MichaelMaia
It's a great shame that everything that used to be fun comes under the iron fist of efl&safety


But unfortunately, so many (young) people have no sense for responsibility and throw fire works in a crowd and on driving streets. Apart from it: don't you thing that it is a waste of money?

Original post by Picnicl
1 Yes
2 Yes
3 No
4 No
5 For the sake of pets and the vulnerable or sensitive and for potential danger, absolutely. Fireworks for private use should be banned imo, for use only at dedicated displays authorised by councils.


And how should the fire work be banned exactly? just to prohibit the sale of fire works in all the shops and markets around the UK?

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