From Bob Roberts@1:218/840 to Stas Mishchenkov on Sunday, December 13, 2020 11:10:02
The folding mechanics is fun to see.
I would think such a thing would be much heavier if made out of
metal - and therefore NOT practical for the back pocket like he
I like the example he gives. "It's like a flashlight, walk your dog, take the trash out, check the mail. Any problems occur you need immediate action with, get on target and you're done."
I love these scenarios where you suddenly need massive firepower.
So there I was, at Whole Foods. I was comparing the organic watermellons to the convertional watermellon. I was thinking, "should I pay 20 cents more a pound for organic?" When suddenly 8 terrorists dropped from the ceiling, knocking over the make-your-own-nut-butter machine and scattering whole unsalted walnuts everywhere! Luckily I had my folding machine gun stuck in my pants. I whipped it out, took a moment to appreciate the smooth unfolding action, and no-scope 1-shot all those terrorist bastards. The entire staff of the Whole Foods erupted in cheers! I was hoisted over their shoulders and carried directly to the front of the cashier line. I swiped my Amazon Credit Card, purchased my Watermellon and left.
... He who ploughs a straight furrow, is probably in a rut.
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From August Abolins@2:333/808.7 to Bob Roberts on Monday, December 14, 2020 03:38:11
13 Dec 20 11:10, you wrote to Stas Mishchenkov:
So there I was, at Whole Foods. I was comparing the organic
watermellons to the convertional watermellon. I was thinking, "should
I pay 20 cents more a pound for organic?" When suddenly...
...I swiped my Amazon Credit Card, purchased my Watermellon and left.
You failed to mention what everyone is dying to know: did you opt for the conventional or the organic?!?! :O