Message from RevStench in MacGuyver - Skills & Academics #general
I was given a swiss army knife when I was around 5, used it ever since. I use the plastic toothpick more than anything. Browse here to pick the one with the tool assortment you want, then buy on Amazon.
Scroll down to the bottom to see the oldest designs. Here’s mine:
Gonna be on this livestream soon with Byron de la Vandal and Blacke Lucca. Check it out: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0yWXUsAc8aM
Ty for invite looking forward to meeting all of you
@PavelCristovic#3971 of course! Welcome aboard.
you can also use a shoe to open a wine bottle
i prefer multitools over swiss army knives
That looks like a good way to take a cork to the face.
Do any of you guys have experience with e-commerce, dropshipping, using Shopify storefronts to sell items? It’s piqued my interest lately
@celticflame I wanted to take this conversation out of tech, but my dad started a jewelry store after he retired. He cuts stones and makes custom jewelry, he also sells wholesale.
Where do you get your supplies?
Oh wow,i bet he does quality work too. Generally off Ebay,but i have also bought stuff at small local stores or once a year at trade shows when they have them at fairgrounds. When your able to inspect them up close at these shows,thats when you can find a lot of quality items. But sometimes there's also cheap stuff so you have to know what your looking for.
What state is he in? Does he also sell online?
I've cut obsidian stone before in class long ago,i know doctors still use it in some surgeries too. I have alot of respect for your dad cutting his own stones not easy,nor saudering custom jewelry. Good for him!
We're in KY. Yeah he sells online.
He actually goes out and mines stones across the US, he orders a lot of raw stones from ebay and other sellers in Asia and opal from Australia.
But he gets a lot of supplies from Rio Grande, and I'll have to get the names of the other places. They have loads of different materials for the type of jewelry you make.
He's a GIA gemologist/lapidary. He spends a lot of time fighting the Chinese selling glass and altered stones as authentic stones.
Ok cool thanks. I've ordered from Rio Grande before too. I'm nowhere near your dad,lol
But just trying to start something eventually. Bookmarked his page thanks!
Cool. Jewelry has some absurd markup too. What state are you in?
Diamond Pacific Tool Corp
And there's some mirco tool company he buys some of the smaller tools for wire wrapping and what not.
California, yes used to do too,been awhile And it all adds up.
Hey lads & lassies, just letting you goys know that the WorldCoinIndex took off some Korean coin exchanges from their listings, and this is causing a very huge drop in cryptocurrency value. Just a heads up.
@here you cryptogeeks ☝🏻
Thanks Anglo. Sold out btc on the high when you last mentioned that, then saw the news out of Korea the next day, bought btc low, hopefully a good strategy. Playing with peanuts anyway, but it's fun.
That's sweet, congratulations man!
I'm driving to the county right now, yelling in the car
Anyone have a good method to spot clean a jacket?
Pulled up to this new job site today, this crew rolled up behind me.
WEEZ WAZ BILDIRZ!!
All white guys, it's so nice being able to talk to everyone you're working with.
Yeah there's an i after the k instead of an a 😉
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