Fire Safety Tip #23: Don’t Smoke Inside

In the future, the City of Minneapolis might ban all indoor smoking. If so, this is what might happen…

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6 Responses to Fire Safety Tip #23: Don’t Smoke Inside

  1. Joanna says:


    If we ever have a fire, can we call on Fireman Isaiah??? You are so talented and funny….does ‘Blundering Bush’ need some light relief??? Some extra Homeland security..
    keep up the great work..

    love and firehoses,

  2. Michael Bischoff says:

    Yea, Isaiah would be happy to put out other fires, as long as they aren’t loud or hot.

  3. Grammy says:

    Loved it…good use of books and music and the kid actors!

  4. Anthony says:

    What an actor you have! He’s a natural. And that was a pretty neat firefighter outfit. Those boots going moving under that fire truck of his, yeah, cool shot made me smile. This was lots of fun. And like you said fire safety its no joke. Great vid. I bet you are building some fun memories and it is neat you get to have them on video too. Thanks for sharing.

  5. Anonymous says:

    Hi, I am a friend of Christy. She showed me your work today while we were dying our hair. It is really good! I am very impressed with your editing skills and scenario. Your casting was fantastic as well! This is really really good! I also really liked the one you filmed when your son was two years old with Jesus candle. Great scenario. I really enjoyed all of your films on this blog.

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