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Scoochmaroo Challenge: FIRE

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This Week's Speed Challenge:  FIRE!




1st Place

Easy Dual Fuel Furnace Burner by spike3579

2nd Place

Moose/Bear Repellent aka FLAME THROWER by PDRWLSN
Video Fireplace for the Holidays by Gadget Gangster
Miniature Camp Stove by Random_Canadian

As a reminder, here are the prizes you've qualified for:




Congratulation to the winners -
every entry wins an honorable mention award for sure!


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