This is a little off topic, but this gadget is so cool, I thought
I’d tell you guys about it.
It’s a free “credit card” knife that fits
in your wallet, looks like a credit card, but is
a real, live knife with a sharp edge.
My friend who’s giving them away is kind of a survivalist, so
he’s a little passionate about
this knife for reasons you may not be, but
that being said, this thing is so cool, you simply must have one.
Obviously he has a
very limited supply, but if you hurry you can still
get your free credit card knife here:
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