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Posted:A friend of mine, who quite enjoys watching fire-throwing as he calls it, and has been a barman for a while, is pretty good at 'flaring'. this is what you've seen in movies such as 'cocktail' and the recent made-for-chicks spinoff 'coyote ugly'. it looks really cool while he's pouring drinks, right? so i asked him why he doesn't figure out how to set that ol molotov cocktail on fire and join our show. does anyone have any ideas for wicking a tequila (etc) bottle so that it stays wicked, and is not intended for guerilla warfare? any links?just a little idea...thankso-o