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October 04, 2007

Synchronicity

On October 2, 2007, the fire brigade was called to a house in Vienna's 5th district after what seemed to be a tear gas attack. The residents of the house had to be evacuated. It was eventually discovered that the "tear gas" originated from the kitchen of one of the residents. He had tried to dry about two pounds of chilies in his microwave oven. The fire brigade told him to "refrain from similar actions in the future."

On October 3, 2007, the fire brigade was called to the Soho district in London after what people feared to be a chemical attack. Three streets were closed and people evacuated from the area as the search was carried out. At around 7pm, the fire brigade discovered that the source of the "gas" was the kitchen of a local Thai restaurant. The chef had been preparing a spicy dip with extra hot chillies that are deliberately burned. The restaurant is considering putting up warning signs during the next chili cooking session.

Posted by Horst on October 4, 2007 07:07 PM to news of the world | Tell-a-friend
Comments
Alexander Falk said on October 4, 2007 07:54 PM:

Very interesting meta-synchronicity here: today you are blogging about chili synchronicity and on October 2nd - just 2 days ago - I had blogged about synchronicity in recent Google, Microsoft, and Yahoo related news:

http://www.xmlaficionado.com/2007/10/google-microsoft-and-yahoo-interesting.html

nora said on October 5, 2007 02:24 PM:

i declare the first week of october to be the first international "set you chilies on fire and annoy the neighborhood" week. i got a few more days ...
talking about annoying neighbors: ours just named their 5th son jesse james.
that's hot.

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