Government Regulations

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  1. Lumpy 1
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    nice rift you 2....:lmao:
     
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    Thank you and Yes they were subject to government regulation.

    The fact that they caught fire leads one to one of three possible conclusions ( off the top of my head if you have another feel free to add it )

    1) The regulation is useless
    2) Further regulation was needed
    3) Somebody at the factory wasnt giving their best that day.
     
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    I"m thinknig 3 and 4...

    Whats that? 4 you say?

    4. inferior materials were used in that particular case causing a cascade of failures that resulted in the fire.

    It can happen...

    Can it be prevented? Yes....but not 100% of the time.
     
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    I deem #4 as an acceptable ( and most likely ) addition to the list. :)
     

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