Where'd they go??????

United States
November 4, 2017 7:51pm CST
Most of the lot knows my house burned down on October second. All that is left is twisted metal, soot and bits and pieces of what was my life. The kitchen sink is laying on the ground. The bathtub is in mid air supported by the pipe that drains the water out. There is even a few shards of singed fabric from the sheets that were on my waterbed. Buy the one thing that I can't find at my place or the neighbor's (his burned down in the same fire)is any sign of the toilet! The demolition contractor thought for a couple of minutes and started laughing. He never thought of it but very seldom has he seen a toilet left after a really hot fire like mine. Where did the toilets go? No one was around to steal them, so where did they go??????
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@Hatley (164484)
• Garden Grove, California
5 Nov
I still bet someone stole ehmt to clean up and resell people are greed
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• United States
5 Nov
It's a great thought but I live out in the country in a voted community that looters can't get into. Also with a fire that was hot enough to melt glass, it is doubtful that the toilets would have survived without serious damage.
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@Hatley (164484)
• Garden Grove, California
5 Nov
@BearArtistLady then they could have really kelted too into the rubbisyh left fro m the fire d
• Ponce De Leon, Florida
5 Nov
How did the fire start?
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• United States
15 Nov
We had a power outage and when the power came back on the high voltage wires arced. The sparks from the arcing wires landed on the roof and the roof started on fire. Once my place got going good it started the neighbor's places. Fortunately there were a few neighbors in to help try to keep the fire under control. Without the neighbors it could have been a really serious disaster! Our forestry was almost a half an hour away fighting another fire across the lake from where my place was. As it was, even with the extra crews coming in they fought the fire from 7:30p.m. to 11 a.m. the next day!!! I'm still on awe from the fire and the cause!
@maezee (33432)
• United States
5 Nov
I was going to say maybe looters grabbed it. So sorry that your house burned down by the way, I mustve missed the original post. How are you managing? Hopefully all is well.
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• United States
5 Nov
Again with the security at my housing area it's highly unlikely that looters would chance stealing something like a toilet and face jail time for it. I can see the conversation: "What ya in for?" "Looting" "Oh! What did ya get?" "Three burned toilets."
@sjvg1976 (18405)
• Delhi, India
14 Nov
After reading your post I was thinking where it might have gone. May be it burnt completely and turned in to ash.
• United States
9 Nov
This is so strange
@Courtlynn (55300)
• United States
5 Nov
Sorry to hear it burned down and you lost everything
@miketagz (7489)
• Philippines
5 Nov
That's ridiculous. Looters are no conscience.