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Discussion in 'MultiTools and Other Pocket Tools' started by cowsmilk, Jun 25, 2014.
Basic EDC | On Person Carry | Skinth Loadouts | Backpack | Bail Out Bag
Victorinox cadet and SpacePen by edcforum, on Flickr
I'm still absolutely sure i'm not affected by Alox/Pox...
Don't say that way, don't say it please my friend...
You're falling into the "deep well", the bottom of which I watched from the edge not so long ago... (hope this has a sense in native English...)
C'mon, i confirmed only three more aloxes today, that's not an important sign of Pox...
The sense comes through just fine, Nick.
I, too, shall watch the bottom up here from the edge with you, sir.
Denial of the Pox is the first sign of the Pox.
Oh well ,that's great friend.
i'll go asap in my gear's cave to find out all my "old but fully functional" climbing stuff, just to ensure you at some good anchorage before you fall ...
And if this could ever fail, we both have a good 93mm alox's dotation, enough to make a nice stair to walk off the well...
Welcome to the fun, my brother, think you're done as i did ...
You beat me, Bart, i was just sayin' it to our fella...
I know how it goes I am looking for a keychain Alox as well. That will be three. They are my lightweight carry goto tools.
Still bounded to 93mm, my good...
and how many of those including ones incoming are you up to now??
The Kübler-Ross DABDA model starts with denial.
All confessions of "suspects" start with a negation,
for what i can remember about my police's military service.
Edit: btw about alox i'm on the fifth stage, "A = Acceptance".
Just to deny once more, let me re-post one of my old pics: see how "Alox" is not visible...
I see your reasoning now. You are far beyond the Pox and have full on Alox Plague.
Here is probably the fanciest custom build I've done so far. Definitely the most hours involved in putting it together.
The scales, liners and keyring spacer are all Ti-6-4. Scales were tumbled in coarse ceramic pyramids for 8-10 hrs to get them the matte gray look. The keyring spacer and liners I anodized blue. All wear point on liners and scales have been carbidized for smooth operation.