By Brian Boyko
Contributing Writer, [GAS]
Really, it doesn’t get much simpler than that – Jason Mika and David Umlas create a percussive symphony of colorful flame, burning salt-laced propane in chrome and steel statuary.
The video doesn’t do justice to how loud it actually is in person, I’m sorry to say – but if it did, you wouldn’t be able to hear anything else in the video. When asked why they would do this, the only answers were “Because we can,” and “People cheer.”
Once again, we don’t want to get sued, so don’t try this at home.
Of course, if everyone took that advice, then no one would ever do anything like this and thus wouldn’t have a video.
If you’d like to see the video in full HD resolution, just hit this link, which will take you to the video’s high-def page on YouTube.
Other installments of Crazy Inventions and Crazy Inventors:
- Have fun storming the castle: Mongo the Trebuchet
- Fish on a Volvo – A look at the Sashimi Tabernacle Choir