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I'm actually very bad at keeping things dry, so I avoid high carbon in general. :lol: The one HC knife I have was razor sharp (not really an exaggeration) for a very long time and with no care from me, and much abuse. You could split hairs with it after a few weeks in my pocket.

Keeping food in your pocket?
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Chozon1 wrote: Keeping food in your pocket?
Depends on the pocket. A granola bar or an apple in the coat pocket is OK. Anything in the pants pocket is not a good idea.

And chocolate candy bars? Best to keep those away from the body entirely until the time comes to eat it. Yes, I'm speaking from personal experience. No, I won't provide details.

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None is needed man. None is needed. Learned that lesson with cheese.

There should be a national "Kick that guy in the Pants" day?
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Chozon1 wrote: There should be a national "Kick that guy in the Pants" day?
Part of me says "no, it's not right to inflict violence upon another person!" But another part of me says "which guy? Depending on the person, I could be all over that...."

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It's not violence, it's actively directing kinetic energy for the betterment of mankind. >_>

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Chozon1 wrote:
Arkham Origins?
I haven't played any of the Arkham games yet. :cry: Bad of me, I know....

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Which is more evil geniusey: a shark tank or alligators?
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Emwok wrote:Which is more evil geniusey: a shark tank or alligators?
Out of the two, alligators. But that's showing a remarkable lack of imagination - disappointing for an evil "genius."

For better effect, use a tank of piranhas. Or even better - gerbils genetically enhanced to eat meat.

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Gerbils do eat meat. That too, I learned the hard way.
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Would a tank full of these be better?

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YES!!!!!!!!!! A slow painful death by jellyfish. :twisted:

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Chozon1 wrote:Gerbils do eat meat. That too, I learned the hard way.
... from an evil genius?
delve wrote:Would a tank full of these be better?
Jelly-man!
Emwok wrote: Despicable Me?
An amusing film, but when looking at animated films featuring villainous protagonists, I enjoyed Megamind better. Probably due to the soundtrack. :lol:

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Yeah me too. Lol they picked some great music for Megamind.

Favorite type of instrument (stringed, woodwind etc.)?
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Emwok wrote: Favorite type of instrument (stringed, woodwind etc.)?
Definitely not brass.

I tend to prefer strings (I like me some good rock music, so guitars and bass are a given), but woodwinds are pretty good, too. Especially toward the lower tones, like a clarinet or an oboe.

But you can't discount the vocals. A singer can really make or break a song, no matter how well the other people in the group perform.

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Why not brass?

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