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Sundog Knives wrote:With a straight face while still plugging my nose on another frigid Dakota Territory evening, I can attest to the opening and examination of Jon's shipment from West Virginia as one of the highlights of my knife collecting experience. Wife and kids were present as I came home from work and we huddled around the heavy priority mail box curious about its contents. Son, 8+, rushed to get his pocket knife I gave him last year and we proceeded to open it with wonderment, awe and laughs. Eighteen knives in total and the most beautiful pile of sh*t.
Son wants two of more from the group of course and Daughter liked one for herself as well. Wife watched with amazement and indicated, of course, she had one picked out she liked too.
(Heck I might even a know a knife repairman around town *cough* Olde Cutler to fix up a few of these well loved knives into users once again!)
glennbad wrote:Randy, I have sent you some pretty nice knives over the years. This package won't have anything like that in it...
Thankfully, with all the "crap" I stuffed in that flat rate box, I only had to pay the standard shipping fee. No special EPA permits, hazardous packaging, etc.
Tracking is 9505515854739046391678
Tsar Bomba wrote:Well, Jon, I finished assembling your PU-parcel, got enough tape on it to prevent any stank from slipping out, tossed it in the trunk with a pair of large tongs, hopped in the car...and got to the post office only to discover that it's closed. This pile is gonna have to fester for the weekend in my trunk because I'm NOT bringing it back inside.
So we'll make a go of it Monday morning, and by then I might just need to abandon the car in their parking lot and run... Will send along tracking info once generated so you will have full warning of when your town will start experiencing the side effects of having this stuff nearby. Enjoy living on Three Pile Island!
rexstubbins wrote:Well Mr. Kennedy I would have to call your crap a little higher than standard. Much appreciated sir!
doglegg wrote:rexstubbins wrote:Well Mr. Kennedy I would have to call your crap a little higher than standard. Much appreciated sir!
Congrats Doug, that pile doesn't look very stinky to me. Must be something there I'm not seeing.
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