Would love to hear Richard Dean Anderson read it. (Did Macyver really use a SAK? and if he did: Wich one?)
Quote from: Grathr on May 28, 2012, 07:03:03 PMWould love to hear Richard Dean Anderson read it. (Did Macyver really use a SAK? and if he did: Wich one?)http://www.macgyveronline.com/pages/saks.html
Nice necro! That reminded me of a poem I love:He looked beneath his shirt todayThere was a wound in his flesh so deep and wideFrom the wound a lovely flower grewFrom somewhere deep insideHe turned around to face his motherTo show her the wound in his breast that burned like a brandBut the sword that cut him openWas the sword in his mother's hand (awlso another one I know by heart: Em minha perdição se conjugaram / Os erros e a fortuna sobejaram / Que para mim bastava amor somente)
Time for sharpening!How do I do this again?Oops. I need first aid.
We have a haiku thread. https://forum.multitool.org/index.php/topic,78770.0.html
Dear, Sir Santos,A nice poem, indeed! Who is the author?My Master's Degree was in Studies of Literature, my dissertation was O fetichismo na lírica e na épica de Luís Vaz de Camões. As armas e os barões assinalados somos nós e nossos Victorinox, pelo menos aqui!!!The good old Victorinox Outrider was present in the 6 years of study and worked quite well in classes, lectures, colloquia etc. I was always the one with a SAK (a Espada fera!!!)...Greeting from Brazil!!!
I bought too manycheap and charming lovely knivesNo time to sell them
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