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Wenger 16999 Swiss Army Knife Giant
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Question:
Is this really $1000+?

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Humor

The Swiss Army Knife of Thought

Logic is a wonderful thing. It is the Swiss Army Knife of thought. It has allowed human beings to think their way through incredibly complex problems to produce marvels of science and engineering. 832 more words

Thoughts To Share

Don’t Give Up Your Swiss Army Knife

When I set out on my travels I made sure I took my Swiss Army Knife (SAK) with me. I was going to be away for months and a SAK has always proven to be more than handy on my past travel experiences – from opening a humble wine cork, cutting my nails or gut a fish to chop and slice vegetables to name only a few. 665 more words

Swiss Army Ax

Let us therefore draw near with boldness to the throne of grace, that we may receive mercy, and may find grace for help in time of need.

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Missions

The Knife of my Dreams

This year it will be 20 years since I unwrapped and de-boxed my Swiss Army Pocket Knife on my 7th birthday. 20 years since it left a centimetre long scar on my right hand finger as I hurriedly closed the knife on my way to school – my first of many long lasting scars that provide a memory to stories that I will never forget, and never want to. 302 more words

Thoughts

The Big Deal about 18 in Switzerland

Turning 18, and thus transitioning to adulthood, is serious business in Swiss society. It’s noted and celebrated by mayors across the country. A couple of weeks ago my son, along with 1,000 other youth born in 1998 were invited by their communes and then the canton for official ceremonies and entertainment. 269 more words

Cultural Activities

For Cab Drivers, Being Resourceful is Just Part of the Job

This week’s column in the S.F. Examiner is about cab 182 breaking down during a load…

As I lurch down Van Ness, I think about what Driggs and I were talking about the other day at the yard, how we’re essentially alone on the streets.

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Taxi