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Location:Lower Saxony
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It’s safer because Europeans have different value systems. ...
[quote]Holy shite dude! I want details[/quote] The survivor of the Lafayette crash taking Carly McCord and friends to the LSU vs. OU playoff game posts here. Not sure if this is that same poster or not....
I’ll still take Ida. [img]https://i.postimg.cc/QdjnVCT0/IMG-0704.jpg[/img] [img]https://i.postimg.cc/1tzQFMV7/IMG-0705.jpg[/img]...

re: GMT

Posted by redstick13 on 4/21/24 at 4:26 am
:gmt: Getting the family packed up for a day trip to the mountains. Have a good one folks....
They probably all carry pocket knives....

re: Is the pocket knife a lost art?

Posted by redstick13 on 4/20/24 at 12:53 pm
Don’t think it’s illegal but I was told if you find yourself in a situation where the police are involved you could face some type of charges for having one on you. I not really sure and didn’t get a great explanation. I should probably spend a little time researching the rules here....

re: Is the pocket knife a lost art?

Posted by redstick13 on 4/20/24 at 12:41 pm
[quote]What part of Europe?[/quote] Germany...

re: Is the pocket knife a lost art?

Posted by redstick13 on 4/20/24 at 12:26 pm
I have my grandfather’s old timer that he sharpened down to a nub. I remember him cleaning his dentures with that thing daily. :lol:...

re: Is the pocket knife a lost art?

Posted by redstick13 on 4/20/24 at 12:11 pm
That’s a good one. I’ll never go without one of these again. ...

re: Is the pocket knife a lost art?

Posted by redstick13 on 4/20/24 at 12:05 pm
[quote]no, is it necessary[/quote] It was a game changer for me. You can put a razor edge on a blade in 60 seconds. The wife was an instant fan after the first time I ran all the kitchen knives through it. ...

re: Is the pocket knife a lost art?

Posted by redstick13 on 4/20/24 at 11:51 am
Do they have a belt sharpener yet? Those things make it so easy to keep a sharp blade....

re: Is the pocket knife a lost art?

Posted by redstick13 on 4/20/24 at 11:44 am
I had another Kershaw around that size that I liked but it was a bit heavy. Forgot it in my backpack and it got confiscated at the airport last month. The European security officer wasn’t very amused. ...

re: Is the pocket knife a lost art?

Posted by redstick13 on 4/20/24 at 11:39 am
Kershaw 8700. It’s the perfect size for a daily carry. If your boys are like me they will buy a new one when they see it in the store even though they don’t need it. :lol:...

re: Is the pocket knife a lost art?

Posted by redstick13 on 4/20/24 at 11:33 am
[quote]can count incidents where I needed a pocket knife and didn’t have one in my whole life on one hand.[/quote] It’s not a,ways a matter of need. There are often times having one makes routine things more convenient. My current choice of knife. [img]https://i.postimg.cc/gjSbLXV8/IMG-0772.jp...

re: Is the pocket knife a lost art?

Posted by redstick13 on 4/20/24 at 11:20 am
I still carry one daily but it’s definitely frowned upon here in Europe. My coworker freaked out a little when I pulled my knife out at work one day....
[quote]frick that piece of shite. Tried to pick up my friends 16 year old girlfriend.[/quote] Not many girlfriends EWE didn’t try to pick up....
[quote]When it was time to take a dump, I grabbed whichever World Book Encyclopedia I happen to be reading at that time instead of grabbing the phone.[/quote] Most people kept magazines in the bathrooms before smart phones came about....

re: GMT

Posted by redstick13 on 4/20/24 at 4:28 am
This is very confusing. :gmt:...
[quote]Leaving on a road trip with the understanding that you could get stuck in BFE and had to manage the situation on your own. When “men” started relying on a smart phone to save them, test levels fell by half.[/quote] [img]https://i.postimg.cc/T2yCkckm/IMG-0771.gif[/img]...