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Small Arms Survey: Biased Reporting, Anti-Freedom Goals

This is from Jews For The Preservation Of Firearms Ownership.

This study comes from Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in Geneva, Switzerland.

Seriously the Swiss? 1,046 more words

Icons: The Swiss Army Knife by Victorinox

There’s a feeling you get when someone asks “Does anyone have a knife?” and you have your penknife in your pocket. You hero!

Victorinox is the biggest manufacturer of pocket knives in the world and the sole supplier to the Swiss Army. 74 more words


Swiss Knife

This pin is my second biggest disappointment. The biggest disappointment was a pin of Stonehenge which I had mailed to me from England. When it arrived, the pin part was broken. 72 more words


The Potential of the LINQ. Why I really Wish I Could Love LINQ to Entities.

Executive Summary

Generalized search (or catch all, or Swiss army knife) stored procedures are one of the cases where I personally feel that T-SQL does not offer a fantastic solution – my feeling is that we usually need to choose between maintainability (LINQ is likely to seem more maintainable than the “sea of red” that the stored procedure approach becomes) and performance (when parameter sniffing becomes an issue, LINQ will suffer). 1,761 more words

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There were many to pick from but I searched and searched for the one I needed most.  It seems TSA has got a collection of mine from near every-time I fly.   462 more words

Swiss Army Knife

I have a few versions of The Swiss Army knife (German: Schweizer Offiziersmesser: “Swiss officer’s knife”, Swiss-German: Sackmesser) is a brand of pocket knife or multi-tool manufactured by Victorinox AG (and Wenger SA). 373 more words


A silly cut finger and fast growing cells

The most inane and banal of incidents can set off a trail into unexpected territory both familiar and unfamiliar…….

Just over a week ago, hubby came home with a gift he had received.  612 more words