I managed to take a photo of one of the fireworks going off and this happened.
Truth about your childhood nursery rhymes:
1) Humpty Dumpty was either a drunk man who had one too many Brandies or ,with most cases, a rhyme that dated back to the English civil war an they used a cannon called the Humpty.
2) Mary, Mary Quite Contrary actually is about Queen Mary I (aka Bloody Mary). The second line of it refers to the ever-growing graveyard at that time. The third and fourth lines are actually the names of torture devices.
3) Little Miss Muffet was written by Dr. Muffet in sixteenth century dedicated to his stepdaughter, Patience Muffet. Ironically, he was an entomologist.
4) Three Blind Mice refers to Bloody Mary and her persecution of Protestants. Three Protestant bishops were accused of plotting against her. Before they were burned at the stake, it is believed that Mary had the bishops blinded and dismembered.
5) Ring Around The Rosie dates back to the Great Plague of London (1665). The posies were believed to keep the plague away since they thought it was spread through bad smells. The “ashes, ashes,” refers to the cremation of the people who had died from the plague.
(Note: I got this information from different websites on the Internet.)
And just when you thought one crazy guy with a sharp weapon was bad enough, now there’s two more. I hate to be the person who has to replace all those doors.