TAKE A FLAMETHROWER … TO YOUR PLACE
|| By FITSNEWS || The most compelling scene from the 1992 film “Scent of a Woman” featured former U.S. Army colonel Frank Slade (portrayed by Al Pacino) addressing the Baird School’s disciplinary hearing on behalf of his newfound friend Charlie Simms (portrayed by Chris O’Donnell).
“If I were the man I was five years ago I’d take a FLAME-THROWER to this place!” Slade exclaimed.
American Rhetoric has a great recap of the exchange, and you can watch the video below …
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Well, Colonel Slade, allow us to commend to your attention the XM42 … the world’s first commercially available handheld flamethrower.
That’s right …
“Start your bonfire from across the yard, or kill the weeds between your cracks in style,” the device’s website recommends, among other possible uses.