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Why a Handkerchief? #38

Why a hanky? No. 38: Meet at a table out in the warehouse and you’ll find a thick layer of dust. You should clean your hands afterwards.

Why a Pocketknife? #18

Why carry a pocketknife? Reason No. 18.  If you want a slice of delicious cheese, you’re going to have slice open the package, and then slice the cheese.

Why a Pocketknife? #19

Why carry a pocketknife? Reason No. 19: Popcorn, whether packaged in a bag or a bottle, will require a sharp instrument to open.

Why a Pocketknife? #20

Why carry a pocketknife? Reason No. 20: You may need to snip your curtains so they can fit over the brackets and look right.

Why a Handkerchief? #39

Why a hanky? #39: Follow the example of Robert De Niro.  In The Intern, he lent one twice – to dry tears and wipe away puke.

Why a Pocketknife? #21

Why a pocketknife? Reason No. 21: A 3D target will leave some  residue on your arrows, which you can gently remove with your  pocketknife.

Why a Handkerchief? #39

Why a handkerchief? #39: Lubrication on arrows eases removing them from 3D targets, but on your hands, it makes pulling arrows difficult.

Why a Handkerchief? #40

Why carry a handkerchief? Reason No. 40: Going to your local bargain warehouse store, be ready to sample buffalo wings.

First Robin Hood

K has achieved his first Robin Hood, and he is only ten years of age.  Well, what is a dad to say?  You have to feel proud, yet maybe a bit jealous at the same time.

K Shot His First Robin Hood

Why a Handkerchief? #41

Why a handkerchief? #41: Sometimes you’re all duded up at a social event and a friend bumps your coffee arm. You should wipe your shoes dry.

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