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Just checking if anyone knows what I am talking about. I will tell you mine after someone tells me theirs. LOL

What is it and what location do you like it best?




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Well, assuming you mean what I am guessing you mean ... Ring of keys, front left pocket. Wallet, one of the back pockets. Watch on the left wrist.
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On 2010-08-01 19:14, balducci wrote:
Well, assuming you mean what I am guessing you mean ... Ring of keys, front left pocket. Wallet, one of the back pockets. Watch on the left wrist.


LOL...Close, but no cigar!



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Victorinox Swiss Army Officier. Front right pocket next to 3 Morgan dollars and an ancient Chinese coin.
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On 2010-08-01 19:53, jazzy snazzy wrote:
Victorinox Swiss Army Officier. Front right pocket next to 3 Morgan dollars and an ancient Chinese coin.


I like the coins and can think of a few things that I could use them for. I am guessing that the Victorinox Swiss Army Officier also comes as a pocket watch.


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Nope. Just a regular jacknife. The Chinese coin has 1,000 year old porn on one side. Never miss an opportunity to practice while in waiting rooms.
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Nope. Just a regular jacknife. The Chinese coin has 1,000 year old porn on one side. Never miss an opportunity to practice while in waiting rooms.



For the record I JUST saw Jazzy Sassy’s coin! It is something that a man about town would carry...then again maybe not. LOL....

Where on earth did you find that crazy coin? LOL



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EBay.
Coin guys spend lots of time hunting for exactly the right props.
There's a numismatic convention in town soon and I need a Bahamian $5 coin from the 1970's, - the perfect size for a certain David Roth effect.

Pathetic eh?
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On 2010-08-01 19:14, balducci wrote:
Well, assuming you mean what I am guessing you mean ... Ring of keys, front left pocket. Wallet, one of the back pockets. Watch on the left wrist.


LOL...Close, but no cigar!

Okay, so if by EDC you do not mean "Every Day Carry", then what do you mean?
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A couple of Vic Swiss Army Knives. Never without one!
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On 2010-08-01 19:26, Magical Dimensions wrote:
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On 2010-08-01 19:14, balducci wrote:
Well, assuming you mean what I am guessing you mean ... Ring of keys, front left pocket. Wallet, one of the back pockets. Watch on the left wrist.


LOL...Close, but no cigar!

Okay, so if by EDC you do not mean "Every Day Carry", then what do you mean?


I do mean Every Day Carry... It is also a term used by people who carry a hand gun on or about their person. Now we know. LOL


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I realize this is an old topic but I would love to ressurect it. My magic EDC is as follows:

*One red deck set up in mnemonica
*One blue deck set up for max maven's mocking bird
(sometimes I will switch this up and have the red and blue decks set up for Tamariz's total coincidence, which also allows me to go right into currys out of this world.
*Dan and Dave brass card clip: the mirror surface allows for a perfect twilight angels
*Chop! sharipie: this allows me to preform any normal trick with a sharpie, but also a wonderful impromptu chop cup
*One coin purse with a set of walking liberties including schoolcrafts OXF, a copper silver coin, 5 extra identical walking liberties, and an english penny
*One packet trick wallet containing: a packet of loops folded over a wire gram and a ball of magicians wax, three double facers for mcdonalds aces, one duplicate for houchin's french kiss, one twilight angels card.
*Gentlemans wallet for card to wallet, with extreme burn, and $1-$100 bill switch inside.
*thumb tip
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4 Coins of the same denomination to use for an impromptu matrix.
Pocket size cribbage board with pegs just in case I run into one of my friends.
One shoelace that I can use with my finger Ring.
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My ex-cat was named "Muffin". "Vomit" would be a better name for her. AKA "The Evil Ball of Fur".
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No thanks on that Glock. I'll pass. Because I once saw an article where a Glock went off accidentally inside a man's pocket. He had the Cahones to purchase a Glock but almost lost his real ones.
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That's what happens when you pull the trigger - accidentally or not - on a Glock. It goes 'bang'! Smile Sure you didn't mean Taurus? Smile

All manufacturers err, but there is a reason Glock is considered close to the most - if not the most - trusted and reliable handgun on the planet.

On the other hand, if the guy in the article was carrying a handgun in his pocket with a round in the chamber and the striker cocked...
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Couple rubberbands, one morgan dollar, pen and ring.
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All manufacturers err, but there is a reason Glock is considered close to the most - if not the most - trusted and reliable handgun on the planet.




Definitely not the opinion of the guy who trained me.
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Guess they forgot to tell Bill Buckley.

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Wallet, Keys, Leatherman.
Magic is doing improbable things with odd items that, under normal circumstances, would be unnessecary and quite often undesirable.
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