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Fri., Jan. 30, 2009, 9:16 a.m.

Now That’s Ironic…

Get this: While a group of Tokyo firefighters were out on a call, one of their colleagues was back at the station making Dinner for everyone. Well, the guy also got called out shortly after his buddies left, and in the process, he forgot to turn off the stove. Yup. The Station burned to the ground. Read this Yahoo Article here.

I don't really have a question for this one, other than: Does anyone besides me think this is rather ironic?

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