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  • jachbyrnes10 days ago

    Probably natural gas or methane. Could also be ground that has residue of flammable agents that leached into the soil.

  • safetyspotter10 days ago

    What is the point of all those stupid hashtags?

  • sashimi_frantsen10 days ago

    Natural gas in the ground and when bucket hits rocks it makes little Sparks that ignite gas

  • d.suess10 days ago

    Decades after a Slayer concert, the ground was still on fire 🀘

  • puhlesaj10 days ago

    @cotonio Fiii eu jΓ‘ tinha visto o Motoqueiro Fantasma, agora Operador de Retroescavadeira Fantasma foi novidade

  • henriquenavas10 days ago

    @safetyspotter i disagree, for example, i think it's relevant to watch to this video if i'm scrolling similar ones in instagram, it's just how the thing worksπŸ€·πŸ»β€β™‚οΈ

  • thethirdrowe10 days ago

    Digging up my mixtape πŸ‘ŒπŸΌ

  • hawaii_landcruiser10 days ago

    Gotta get through the permafrost. They are making the surface easier to scoop by heating it up

  • dad.jeans6910 days ago

    Those guys in the back probably had a hand in this lol