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Old 11-18-2013
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forgot the can opener?

Leave it to the Crazy Russians LOL
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Re: forgot the can opener?

Excellent vid - I wouldn't have ever thought of that. I saw that earlier today on Facebook and was amazed. I hope I never have to try it, but now I know how!
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Re: forgot the can opener?

I will always have my p38 can opener its on my keyring they have been around since before ww1 and issued to military troops around the world. That was cool though
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Re: forgot the can opener?

hi to newhaul u say u have 2 spare rudder heads never heard anything more wondering if u have or have not and if u want to part with 1
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Sorry things got hectic here (kid in hospital crohns). I remeasured them and they are 1.25 inch post. Pm me.
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Re: forgot the can opener?

I wonder how long ya have to rub that can on a teak deck to open it..... may catch fire before ya get at the tuna.
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Re: forgot the can opener?

Bvoom!... And guess vhat, khat gonna survibe too...

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to newhaul I cant pm u don't have enough posting im interested in 1 if u can pm me I cant put my email here but it is in my original thanks john
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I'm waiting for that guy to slice his hand open.
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I wonder why humor is so hard to express sometimes...
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