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Postby robertaw » Thu Oct 15, 2009 9:36 pm

hausfrau60 wrote:Heard about a mom who stood by and watched her child get shoelaces caught in an escalator and she couldn't get her out of it.


THAT is a good enough reason for all of us to carry a pocket knife in our purses or pockets. My cool tool is too heavy to carry on me but after reading this post I am putting a small foldable knife in my purse. We have lots of them around the house.
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Postby lisasweetie » Thu Oct 15, 2009 11:13 pm

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Postby romanji » Thu Feb 04, 2010 9:00 am

hausfrau60 wrote:
Heard about a mom who stood by and watched her child get shoelaces caught in an escalator and she couldn't get her out of it.


THAT is a good enough reason for all of us to carry a pocket knife in our purses or pockets. My cool tool is too heavy to carry on me but after reading this post I am putting a small foldable knife in my purse. We have lots of them around the house.


yeah i do agree with you but i don't know why government banned from carrying pocket knives. this is very useful in some emergency cases.
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Postby Eunice » Thu Feb 04, 2010 12:54 pm

romanji wrote:
hausfrau60 wrote:
Heard about a mom who stood by and watched her child get shoelaces caught in an escalator and she couldn't get her out of it.


THAT is a good enough reason for all of us to carry a pocket knife in our purses or pockets. My cool tool is too heavy to carry on me but after reading this post I am putting a small foldable knife in my purse. We have lots of them around the house.


yeah i do agree with you but i don't know why government banned from carrying pocket knives. this is very useful in some emergency cases.

You have to have a good memory to carry one now. You must remember to leave it behind to enter some office buildings. On a trip Kenny had to walk a long way back to the car after not being able to enter a visitor center at a dam. I have a mini knife on my keyring, one in my purse and one in my boy scout uniform. It is so sad that the world has come to the point that you have to be searched to enter a courthouse. I was told that even for jury duty you cant take in knitting needles!
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Re: cute new tool

Postby eamarquardt » Thu Feb 04, 2010 2:54 pm

robertaw wrote:I was really impressed that it has a hammer complete with claw that is heavy enough to pound the crap out of something if needed.


If you get the urge to "pound the crap out of something", please warn me! I want to be somewhere else and not that "something"!

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Re: cute new tool

Postby mk10108 » Thu Feb 04, 2010 3:16 pm

robertaw wrote:I was really impressed that it has a hammer complete with claw that is heavy enough to pound the crap out of something if needed.

Is this adorable or what? :applause:



Any gal who relays the phrase "pound the crap" and follows with "adorable" gets a pass to the front of the line.
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Re: cute new tool

Postby robertaw » Thu Feb 04, 2010 11:30 pm

mk10108 wrote:
robertaw wrote:I was really impressed that it has a hammer complete with claw that is heavy enough to pound the crap out of something if needed.

Is this adorable or what? :applause:



Any gal who relays the phrase "pound the crap" and follows with "adorable" gets a pass to the front of the line.
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Re: cute new tool

Postby Eunice » Mon Feb 08, 2010 10:43 pm

robertaw wrote:I saw this in a recent issue of Trailer Life with about a dozen other cute little "swiss army" tools that are handy to keep in your trailer.

It's msrp was only $14.99 but I found it for $11.99 at Home Depot.

I was really impressed that it has a hammer complete with claw that is heavy enough to pound the crap out of something if needed. Plus it has wire strippers and cutters! I've been stripping wires with a steak knife for my entire life and have only recently bought a real wire stipper.

Is this adorable or what? :applause:

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Re: cute new tool

Postby robertaw » Tue Feb 09, 2010 10:52 pm

Ken&Eunice wrote:
robertaw wrote:I saw this in a recent issue of Trailer Life with about a dozen other cute little "swiss army" tools that are handy to keep in your trailer.

It's msrp was only $14.99 but I found it for $11.99 at Home Depot.

I was really impressed that it has a hammer complete with claw that is heavy enough to pound the crap out of something if needed. Plus it has wire strippers and cutters! I've been stripping wires with a steak knife for my entire life and have only recently bought a real wire stipper.

Is this adorable or what? :applause:

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Kenny and I went to Santa Rosa for a Scout meeting so of course we stopped at Home Depot. He was a sweetie and bought me one! It will be very useful


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