So, when you see a pool of liquid that you suspect may be flammable, do you:
A. Carefully avoid the liquid
B. Look up what should be done to remove the risk
C. Caution others of the risk
D. Test it by throwing a lit paper into the pool and see what happens.
Guess what David Eddings did.
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