POS Roundtable 2020

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Re: POS Roundtable 2020

Post by Sundog Knives » Sat Feb 01, 2020 9:55 pm

Well an interesting package arrived from Up North and it sure caused a stink in our dining room.

My wife and daughter joined me in opening said package whose contents revealed a very cool emoji-poop themed zip case, an air fresher, a Fun Poop inflatable balloon, and oh yeah a group of appropriate POS knives: tactical knife, a multi-tool with clip, an advertiser, pens, and Chinese whatnots.
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Re: POS Roundtable 2020

Post by tongueriver » Sat Feb 01, 2020 11:28 pm

You exposed your daughter to that which drizzled in from the Great White North? :shock: :shock: :shock:

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Re: POS Roundtable 2020

Post by OLDE CUTLER » Sat Feb 01, 2020 11:57 pm

Sundog, I saw that fireball reenter the atmosphere over Sioux Falls and I figured it must be for you. Homeland security would never have let that cross the border so Zoogirl sent it by ICBM !!!
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Re: POS Roundtable 2020

Post by Sundog Knives » Sun Feb 02, 2020 1:31 am

Both kids -- 9+ and 7+ -- are fighting over who gets the zip case and the inflatable Poop balloon and what knives they like the best. Wife and Kids enjoy POS exchange as much as I do.
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Re: POS Roundtable 2020

Post by tongueriver » Sun Feb 02, 2020 10:52 pm

Well, I enjoyed seeing it as well! Georgi's package arrived yesterday with the usual suspects, aromatically about a 4, I should say. The hawkbill is plenty tight and goes into my Wife's garden kit. There is a corkscrew with some sort of faux knife attached; I might tuck that in somewhere around the property and never see it again. And of course I got the ubiquitous packet of savory spices (I know everyone got one of those, so I don't know why I mentioned it). I am well pleased and someone will see one or two of these again next year! I hope your team wins (and to hell with the woodchuck). I
am sorry to say that the package did exude some pheromones that did a number on my dog (see below).
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Re: POS Roundtable 2020

Post by samb1955 » Sun Feb 02, 2020 11:40 pm

tongueriver wrote:
Sun Feb 02, 2020 10:52 pm
Well, I enjoyed seeing it as well! Georgi's package arrived yesterday with the usual suspects, aromatically about a 4, I should say. The hawkbill is plenty tight and goes into my Wife's garden kit. There is a corkscrew with some sort of faux knife attached; I might tuck that in somewhere around the property and never see it again. And of course I got the ubiquitous packet of savory spices (I know everyone got one of those, so I don't know why I mentioned it). I am well pleased and someone will see one or two of these again next year! I hope your team wins (and to hell with the woodchuck). I
am sorry to say that the package did exude some pheromones that did a number on my dog (see
below).Bulgarian BS002.jpgBulgarian BS003.jpgCharles Burns.jpg (Small).jpggood dog.jpg
Feel sorry for that poor dog.

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Re: POS Roundtable 2020

Post by zoogirl » Mon Feb 03, 2020 3:53 pm

It came. ::woot::
I’ll post more in a bit. Feel kinda... ::barf::
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Re: POS Roundtable 2020

Post by jerryd6818 » Mon Feb 03, 2020 4:14 pm

These two are part of what Bfeldman sent and I can't seem to get around to putting them away. They lay here on my desk and I find myself constantly "coon fingering" them, especially the Colonial Fish Knife. I'm constantly opening the blades just to hear them SNAP closed. Somebody call a doctor. I need help.
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Re: POS Roundtable 2020

Post by Meridian_Mike » Mon Feb 03, 2020 5:06 pm

"COON FINGERIN'..."
And I thought I was a country boy........
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That's a good 'un Jerry.
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Re: POS Roundtable 2020

Post by doglegg » Mon Feb 03, 2020 5:11 pm

tongueriver wrote:
Sun Feb 02, 2020 10:52 pm
Well, I enjoyed seeing it as well! Georgi's package arrived yesterday with the usual suspects, aromatically about a 4, I should say. The hawkbill is plenty tight and goes into my Wife's garden kit. There is a corkscrew with some sort of faux knife attached; I might tuck that in somewhere around the property and never see it again. And of course I got the ubiquitous packet of savory spices (I know everyone got one of those, so I don't know why I mentioned it). I am well pleased and someone will see one or two of these again next year! I hope your team wins (and to hell with the woodchuck). I
am sorry to say that the package did exude some pheromones that did a number on my dog (see below).Bulgarian BS002.jpgBulgarian BS003.jpgCharles Burns.jpg (Small).jpggood dog.jpg
tr, it appears the Eustace served you a pile fit for a Bulgarian pasture. Well done Georgi!!! ::nod:: ::tu::

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Re: POS Roundtable 2020

Post by doglegg » Mon Feb 03, 2020 5:13 pm

jerryd6818 wrote:
Mon Feb 03, 2020 4:14 pm
These two are part of what Bfeldman sent and I can't seem to get around to putting them away. They lay here on my desk and I find myself constantly "coon fingering" them, especially the Colonial Fish Knife. I'm constantly opening the blades just to hear them SNAP closed. Somebody call a doctor. I need help.
Jerry is the snap so loud that you have to wear those earplugs? And there is nothing wrong with seasoning a new toy. ::nod:: ::tu::

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Re: POS Roundtable 2020

Post by zoogirl » Mon Feb 03, 2020 8:34 pm

Kolvir had the idea, alright. (Gagggg) ::teary_eyes::
Thèse ‘knives’ were mostly distinguished by age, dirt and lack of actual scales. Thankfully, there were no Richards. I’d have been broken-hearted.
I do sort of like a couple. Gotta admire the ingenuity of whoever re scaled the wooden one. The little chubby Chinese one enddd up on my keychain. It’s cute. Plus, they stole the ‘F’ in Fury off a Fender guitar, apparently. ::tu::
Then there was a present to take the sting away.
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Re: POS Roundtable 2020

Post by samb1955 » Mon Feb 03, 2020 10:11 pm

6 dollars for that ticket, think I paid 8 when I saw him in 78. Those we're the days!

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Re: POS Roundtable 2020

Post by philco » Mon Feb 03, 2020 10:34 pm

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Re: POS Roundtable 2020

Post by doglegg » Mon Feb 03, 2020 10:35 pm

Ann, what is that bottom spear/goad looking thing. Is it just camera angle that makes it appear like one of those? ::shrug:: ::shrug::

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