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Discussion in 'Carothers Performance Knives' started by Nathan the Machinist, Jul 17, 2017.
Shit. It was Friday yesterday?!
Everybody else out there also doing an essential job keeping the world turning in these uncertain times...stay safe and keep kicking ass. All those stuck at home...try to stay calm and carry on, if we stay rational we'll get through this just fine. Food, water, power, emergency services...remember the people who are keeping our society humming along.
I machine defense (from whom?) and medical equipment components.
We just submitted quotes on multiple 30000 piece orders today.
I hope we get em.
does anybody else here think that Chip and his dog kinda resemble each other a little bit?
I thought that was normal?
Eyes are a little different but yes I see a lot of similarities.
Isn't there an old saying about dogs and their owners having resemblances?
Show Chip a CPK in D2 with OD Grn handles and their facial expressions will become identical, eyes, ears and tongue hanging et al!
I wish I looked more like my dog
What really made me think about similarities was the picture of bath time. With wet hair they appear to be brothers.
Maybe you share the same kind of spirit, if not akin in looks? At least that is my excuse
Oh man...I've gotta make sure to put the coffee down before opening this thread again...laughing my ass off
My little Bichon, named Niko, likes to watch TV, as you can see. He does have a wry sense of humor. For example, he might saunter up to me, then smile the same wicked grin my uncle has, and then he runs off. He has a full spectrum of emotions, and I wish he could talk.
That is Classic!
I have a Sheep-a-doodle that my Wife bought ( because she wanted it ) because it’s better for my severe allergies. It was a beautiful black and white mix but by the time it was two it was more of a white and gray, just like I’ve been since I was 30. I make the joke about dogs looking like their owners all the time, but at this point if I did a face swap pic I’m afraid nobody wold notice
Unintended yet good or even better consequences of the Covid-19 shutdown:
- Lots of people walking on the trails, although very annoying for me and my dog who used to be the insular kings of these trails
- Much cleaner air quality, specially in the LA basin where my Ex and Kids live
- Families spending more time together and hopefully achieving more meaningful. bonding
- More reading?
- Catching up with unfinished projects / to do list
Almost posted a pic...better judgement prevailed
Live a little, do it!
Yes please put your fears aside young Jedi, post away.
It's a trap!