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In film, do fire hydrants always get destroyed?

I musta scene numerous films, usually in the action/adventure/scifi genres where a fire hydrant is always knocked over makin' a fountain. (This applies on some action TV shows, 2). Out-of-control motor vehicles usually do this. Is that a obligatory movie phenomenon? I think Roger Ebert must've observed that in his movie glossary.


i totally agree with dalmatian appreciation. I have a 10 week old dally - dougal at home, or registered as risdon farm domino dream. We have a medium sized garden, but because they need lots of exercise, it's helpful to drive, as when he is older, i can take him to the forest etc. He does moult, but this can be moderatly controlled by regular brushing. Saying that they are very energetic, at this minute, mine is sleeping on my feet lol. Bare in mind they like to follow there owner, they will be your shadow. They do have their health problems - deafness, urinary stones - they get put to the bottom of the list of breeds because of this, which isn't fair, but mine is healthy, there is no deafness in his family, and before i bought him, i seen him with his brother at 3 weeks old, i also seen the parents, which is important. The mum and dad were so friendly, giving big kisses, so i wouldn't say they are nasty - alot of this saying is due to how people bring them up. I would say you are fine in getting one, as you like long walks, you have a garden, you have read up on them, and you don't mind the hairs lol. They are fantastic dogs - you will be well loved, and they stay loyal to you - can't ask for any better. Go get one !
sounds like the chimney or flue is not drawing properly. Best option is to have a profession chimney cleaner come and clean and check for blockage. If you have air coming in, you may also have flue gas and carbon monoxide. This is no joking matter and can be lethal.

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