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#296003 - 05/08/20 10:21 AM Re: My Micro Blog [Re: Chisel]
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One of the most interesting tool I have bought is a multitool of another kind. I am technologically challenged and do not know how to post a foto, but I'll try to describe it as close as possible.

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#296004 - 05/08/20 10:21 AM Re: My Micro Blog [Re: Chisel]
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#296005 - 05/08/20 10:25 AM Re: My Micro Blog [Re: Chisel]
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Looks like a balisong.
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#296006 - 05/08/20 10:25 AM Re: My Micro Blog [Re: Chisel]
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#296007 - 05/08/20 10:34 AM Re: My Micro Blog [Re: Chisel]
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OK. The multitool that I have is essentally a butterfly knife

However, the knife is sort of a "full tang" knife. Meaning that it has another half on the other side, and that other half is a multitool. To visualize it, look at the two pictures and merge them into one tool : knife on one side, multitool on the other, and you can fold the handle to cover this one or that one.

The multitool I have is a bit different. It is as thick as the knife. It has a saw back, a serratic edge, a few nut drivers, a mini prybar, and nail puller.

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#296039 - 05/11/20 07:41 AM Re: My Micro Blog [Re: Chisel]
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Nice tools man!
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#296188 - 05/21/20 08:39 AM Re: My Micro Blog [Re: Chisel]
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I have learnt a few things and grown wiser since my teen years, but a few illogical things still stick from those younger years. One of them is the (Superheros). I have no clue why we still hang to stuff that we know is fiction.

I like Mon El and Ultraboy
For some logical reasoning I never liked the Fat Boy who turns into a ball !!!


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#296614 - 07/17/20 05:22 AM Re: My Micro Blog [Re: Chisel]
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Got really disturbing news in our corner of the world.
A guy and his wife went out shopping for their new home. When they returned, they saw 4 of their kids stabbed to death, and the fifth hanged !!!!

(kids are in college and high school age)

Needless to say, everyone around is shocked.
We live about 100 miles away, and we are really upset.

Investigation is still on, but rumors say the oldest boy did it , and hanged himself. They're saying he was under the influence of a famous computer game that induces the urge to murder and suicide. If this was the real reason of the crime, it gives a lot of food for thought. We usually prep for loss of job, or being lost in the desert, but not for losing our family because of a game.

Very disturbing indeed.

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#296616 - 07/17/20 07:46 PM Re: My Micro Blog [Re: Chisel]
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This is very sad news. I cannot imagine what they must be going through.

Originally Posted By: Chisel
under the influence of a famous computer game


A famous writer claims that violent video games desensitize people to violence. As a peaceable person who enjoys violent video games, I researched this claim. The evidence at broad scale suggests the opposite is more likely to be true. I cannot rule out the possibility that someone with major underlying mental health issues might be badly affected by something like that however.

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#296623 - 07/17/20 11:09 PM Re: My Micro Blog [Re: Chisel]
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Is the role of a "famous computer game" definitely determined, or is this just a hypothesis (speculation)?
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