If you haven't bought your Sweetie a Valentine gift/card yet, it's kinda' too late. You're better off waiting until tomorrow when everything goes on half-price. A little tip from experience, there.
Thanks to a flash-email from the IAFF we have a current list of dates and cities where the documentary film Burn will be showing from tomorrow through early April:
2/15 Klamath Falls, OR …. 2/20-21 San Diego, CA
2/25 Boise, ID …. 2/25-26 Brea, CA
2/25-26 Ventura, CA …. 2/27-28 Costa Mesa, CA
2/27-28 Simi Valley, CA …. 3/1-7 Lancaster, CA
3/1-7 Rochester, NY … 3/2-28 Okemos, MI
3/4-5 Egg Harbor Twp., NJ ….3/4-5 Merrick, NY
3/4-5 Schenectady, NY …. 3/5 Brooklyn, NY – Williamsburg
3/5-6 Westwood, NJ …. 3/6 Brooklyn, NY – Cobble Hill
3/6 Pt. Jefferson, NY …. 3/6-7 Morristown, NJ
3/6-7 Roswell, GA …. 3/6-7 Syracuse, NY
3/7 Floral Park, NY …. 3/8-14 Buffalo, NY
3/13-14 Des Moines, IA …. 3/14-15 Wichita, KS
3/15-16 Philadelphia, PA …. 3/18-19 Nashville, TN
3/22-23 Anchorage, AK …. 3/22-28 Windsor, ONT
3/26-27 Dallas, TX ….4/6 Aspen, CO
4/10-11 Minneapolis, MN
If there is a screening coming near you and you'd like to go, you can buy tickets online here: http://www.detroitfirefilm.org/events/ . Clicking on that link will also give you specifics such as the name and address of the theater where the film will be showing. I see where they will be having four showings during the Firehouse World in San Diego next week, so keep that in mind if you will be attending that conference and expo.
BURN Facebook page is HERE.
Re-visit FossilMedic's review of the film HERE.
All right, time for us to review our own Burn tools and equipment, so let's get started with the daily check. You know what I'm doing next, so I'll catch you later in the day room.
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