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Discussion in 'Busse Combat Knives' started by Jerry Busse, Jul 4, 2018.
Could be . . .
It's going to be epic!!!!
In fact, I'm willing to bet on it!!!!!
Oh I've seen some great riddles! Got me interested.
Sounds like it's already here.
But what is it saying???
We’ve got a gambler
Force 'O' July Super Ganzaaaaa!!!!
How many woodchucks ................
It's an easy bet when it's a sure thing
I am gonna need a bigger safe... life is good.
1840's Gold Miner = 49er.
49ers play in San Francisco = SF
Shovelin' " Shawn Shamankowitcz --> SSS
SSS --> Shoot, Shovel, and Shut Up -- something people do when an unwanted endangered species threatens to interfere with their preferred use of their land. Someone who engages in SSS would be a Natural Outlaw.
So we have an SFNO
"It seems that whatever I was looking for was always just a bit deeper than I was willing to dig!!!" --> a digger. A "Digger" is an Australian (or New Zealander) soldier.
Australia is abbreviated "AUS." AUS-8 is a fairly common knife steel
So it's an AUS-8 SFNO.
"Be Coming". As in bee? New release of the Killa Bee??
King of all steel hearts
Gambling king of hearts
Nono its a tglb le. A SFNO LB would be welcomed as well. Bigass fuller and lb treatment
Willing to bet...Say What?
Introducing the Busse Combat DEAF GAMBLER (hearing loss caused by range time and fireworks!)
Most likely though whatever coming will
A. Have comp finish option
B Have cbt.
C. Hopefully infi
D. Hopefully not bowie point
E. Hurry and take my money
Enquiring Minds want to know.
"I'm willing to bet on it" - someone who gambles.
"1840s gold miner" - gambling done by this person would have likely been poker
In poker, sometimes you have to "fold" your hand = Busse INFI Folder!!!