History Series / Pyros

13th Jun '13 5:27:41 PM Lirodon
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* MacGyvering: In "Barcelona Nights". Philippe makes a poor man's firing board using a piece of wood, wiring, nails, and a pack of AA batteries. [[http://hackaday.com/2011/04/06/circuit-building-with-a-hammer-and-nails/ Happens]] to be TruthInTelevision.
26th Aug '12 11:16:41 AM Lirodon
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* PyroManiac: Hughes Lalonde likes using fire. And we mean, "regular" fire.
15th Jul '12 12:03:04 PM Lirodon
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* UnfortunateItemSwap: In a competition against a crew from the U.K. in Blackpool, the speaker wiring got mixed up. Since the music CD contained both the time codes (read by the firing system to play the synchronized cues) ''and'' the soundtrack on two different channels, the speakers ended up playing beeps produced by the data instead of music. While it did get fixed, the music operator ended up restarting the CD from the beginning instead of trying to fast forward to when they stopped the show to fix the mix-up, leading to very awkward DeadAir (and a very angry crowd.)
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* UnfortunateItemSwap: In a competition against a crew company from the U.K. in Blackpool, the speaker wiring got mixed up. Since the music CD contained both up and were playing the time codes (read by for the firing system to play the synchronized cues) ''and'' the soundtrack on two different channels, the speakers ended up playing beeps produced by the data show instead of music. its music (the CD had both that and the music on two channels). While it did get fixed, the music operator ended up restarting the CD from the beginning instead of trying to fast forward to when they stopped the show to fix the mix-up, leading to very awkward (and literal) DeadAir (and a very angry crowd.)
2nd Jul '12 1:29:02 PM Lirodon
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* StuffBlowingUp: Uhh, [[CaptainObvious yeah]]!
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* StuffBlowingUp: Uhh, [[CaptainObvious yeah]]!yeah]]! * UnfortunateItemSwap: In a competition against a crew from the U.K. in Blackpool, the speaker wiring got mixed up. Since the music CD contained both the time codes (read by the firing system to play the synchronized cues) ''and'' the soundtrack on two different channels, the speakers ended up playing beeps produced by the data instead of music. While it did get fixed, the music operator ended up restarting the CD from the beginning instead of trying to fast forward to when they stopped the show to fix the mix-up, leading to very awkward DeadAir (and a very angry crowd.)
2nd Jul '12 12:36:51 PM Lirodon
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A Canadian [[RealityTV reality documentary series]], following the explosive adventures of a Quebec-based fireworks company known as GFA
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A Canadian [[RealityTV reality documentary series]], series]] broadcast by Discovery Channel Canada, following the explosive adventures of a Quebec-based fireworks company known as GFA GFA - a little company trying to rise to the top of the pyrotechnics industry.

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A Canadian [[RealityTV reality documentary series]], following * DramaticIrony: At a competition in Berlin where the explosive adventures of GFA crew believes that the other teams aren't playing fair, they end up learning the next day that they misinterpreted a Quebec-based fireworks company known as GFA rule stating that shells that do not contain any effect (i.e. ones that just make noise) were forbidden. They had misinterpreted it, believing that they were okay ''if accompanied by visuals.''.
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