Inside were people who know the fireworks business, people who have spent decades learning it.
These 154 booths make up Boom City on the Tulalip Tribes reservation.
"These few weeks a year it really does become its own city," said Mike Dunn, who has sold fireworks at the Marysville-area reservation for more than 30 years.
"There's this thing going around, the illegals, which that's anywhere from things that go in the sky and blow up. Everything here is 'safe and sane' not insane," says fireworks vendor, Izzy England. He and his family sell their merchandise on the Quechan reservation.
Writerfella here --
That's what always has amused writerfella about EuroMan law: guns that might kill people are legal and fought over tooth and nail to keep them legal. Fireworks that might burn property are illegal and fought over tooth and nail to keep them illegal. Property therefore is more important to EuroMan than human life and the most recent 500 years of history on the NovaMundian continents fully demonstrates that principle...
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