"Do you need one small enough to pocket/pack - or a larger bench stone?
For full size, dedicated sharpening - I really like my 8x2 combination soft/hard arkansas stone from Dan's whetstone company. That plus a strop loaded with green bark…"
I recently used my Leatherman sidekick to cut some rusty wire. There is now rust all over the pliers. What is your preferred method to removing the rust? Also I am fairly new to the Leatherman world and would appreciate all tips on maintenance. Thank you!See More
A discussion about what it means to be manly on the inside. We can participate in all the manly activities we desire and still be a coward. Men are involved in a variety of careers and hobbies that differ greatly, but we can all still be great men.See More
A few months ago there was an article about how to be the perfect party guest. One of the points proposed involved men always being ready and prepared with good conversation. This group is a place to post current events and talking points.See More
You know you want to tell it! Come on, give. Just watch that we don't get too off-color or free with the profanity, OK? Oh, and if you do graphics, you might want to keep the file size down and have mercy on people with slower connections.
Anyone else stuck on this 12 days of every single Simpsons in order marathon? Or just me?I remember way back in '96 and '97 in the Corps at A&M, we would have formation and chow every evening and so I recorded it on the vcr. Had multiple tapes just packed full of episodes that everyone always wanted to borrow.See More
"do it...its pretty cheap to start, and you will make as much as you work. Can you fix a briggs and stratton engine? change oil? Make nicey nicey with old retired folk! Then you can earn lots.
Get an LLC ... most states you can get one cheap.
"It was a general question that got a general answer. Since I'm not terribly aware of the specifics issues that'd be changed by year, make and model ... it probably wouldn't change my answer much. Since it wouldn't…"