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Re: My new "Black" Card :)


jsickz32 wrote:

im buying one now! lol


 lol impulse buy of the day hehe, remember to use a old inactive card to keep it alive Smiley Happy


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Re: My new "Black" Card :)


distantarray wrote:

jsickz32 wrote:

im buying one now! lol


 lol impulse buy of the day hehe, remember to use a old inactive card to keep it alive Smiley Happy


lol i dont have a old inactive card but if i end up canceling my chase freedom ill use it with that one.

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Re: My new "Black" Card :)


distantarray wrote:

could be more useful than an Amex Smiley Very Happy jk I go fishing a lot and I always forget to bring a knife =)

 

 

 

http://iainsinclair.com/products.php?page=1

 

cheaper on Amazon 


oh wow thats totally cool.

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Re: My new "Black" Card :)

I bought one of these a while back.

Was really cheap and I was about a valuable as it costs...

 

The blade itself was pretty nice, but the plastic part that bends around it broke after like 3 uses...

Still might be good for emergency use only.

 

 

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Re: My new "Black" Card :)

I pitty the fool who tries to deny this card!  Smiley LOL

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Re: My new "Black" Card :)

^ lol 

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