Protestor dies from smoke of burning American flag

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    Maybe he was just having an allergic reaction to freedom :eusa_angel:
     
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    It's B.S. It's impossible to be overcome, not to mention die, outdoors from fumes generated by something as benign as a fabric made from a petro-chemical. If it was true there would be radical SDS scum littering the streets during the 60's and 70's. Too bad.
     
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    Who's to say what this particular "flag" was made from is the thing. These guys don't have the real deal and make their own US flags from whatever materials at hand. What do they use to color the flags for instance.
     
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    I was grinding galvanize outdoors and got galvanize poisoning
     
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    Have you ever heard of dry drowning? I don't know if the claim is true or not. But he could have had an asthma attack or he could have inhaled flame which would have caused his esophagus to swell, cutting off his airway or even damage his lungs.
     
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    Maybe if we make american flags out of hemp the only thing that will be in danger after a flag burning are the twinkies and oreos at the quick-e-mart.
     
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    Sure this thread shouldn't be posted in Conspiracy Theories?

    The low-down, dirty Americans OBVIOUSLY treated this flag,

    for Export ...

    :rofl:
     

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