Posted On:10/08/2012 4:48am
Ok for serious this time
Daily carry, part one
I use this damn near every day
Daily carry, part deux (when out and about on my property, of course)
And my constant friend and companion all throughout my educational days, which got more gals' pants off than I care to count (ok, three)
Posted On:10/09/2012 1:57pm
Style: judo, boxing -noob
First has been bought in Luzern, Switzerland - land of William Tell, so it's legit. Also priceless.
Below are oropaxes. No sleeping without these babies since I moved into a city.
pro nonsense self defense
Posted On:10/09/2012 2:53pm
Style: FMA, dumbek, Indian clubs
Fuji Absolute 3.0, before a lot more customizations:
I try to get in about a hundred miles a week.
Crawford Kasper folder- probably the only knife I've used for 10 years. Metal frame, sturdy, secondary lock, hefty but not a weight:
54" Sector 9 longboard w/ wide Tracker trucks, Bones Swiss bearings and experimental 1980s downhill wheels
this thing is a beastly beast for cruising around, and I specialize in maneuvers you can't even do on a shortboard.
Next on the list is probably a djembe.
Posted On:10/13/2012 10:52am
Considered in the abstract the boxing ring is an altar of sorts, one of those legendary spaces where the laws of a nation are suspended: inside the ropes, during an officially regulated three-minute round, a man may be killed by his opponent's hands but he cannot be legally murdered. Boxing inhabits a sacred space predating civilization; or, to use D.H. Lawrence's phrase, before God was love. If it suggests a savage ceremony or a rite of atonement it also suggests the futility of such gestures. For what possible atonement is the fight waged if it must shortly be waged again... and again? The boxing match is the very image, the more terrifying for being so stylized, of mankind's collective aggression; its ongoing historical madness.
Joyce Carol Oates, On Boxing
Posted On:10/25/2012 1:07pm
This chop saw built my house and 2 for other people...and is still going strong
I can't calculate the ammount of time I saved by not cutting every stud by hand, not to mention the added precision when cutting mitres and compound mitres
Posted On:12/18/2012 4:18pm
I used this cordless to cut the christmas tree yesterday
Small but perfectly formed, she has all the convenience of an electric without the cable to limit range and mobility
At 3.4kg (7.5lbs) light enough to be used one handed (only the safety is hard to press in...for safety reasons)
The chain is quite slow (so no good for zombies) but she has loads of torq and chews purposely through timber
Posted On:3/28/2013 4:39pm
this one came out today
Posted On:3/30/2013 9:52pm
Posted On:10/20/2013 11:15am
have you tried out this strimmer blade?
Not much to look at, but the effect of this blade on briars and other woody plants, that eat up nylon strimmer line, is amazing
...in no time.
and the best part is this blade chops the herbage upinto little pieces, so no need to rake up and deal with mountains of briars or other woody waste
I love this thing
Posted On:10/20/2013 11:51am
Me with both my babies:
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