The other night, my wife and I, after having been invited, went to dinner with a very high ranking official, and a couple of friends of ours. We had a blast. We road in a limo to the dinner. That was a real treat for my wife. We went to one of those fancy places I never take her to because of the expense. You know, one of those places where the waiters wait on you hand and foot. Anyway, I was wearing light weight dress pants and I did not want to carry a large knife because I did not know how the official, or the others, would feel about it if they saw it. Still, I wanted a knife big enough to meet any challenge, Thanks to John Shirley I have learned that a small blade makes a big "get off of me!" statement if you know how to use it. So, I took the clip off of my orange Dragonfly and dropped it in my pocket. It is so light weight that it simply disappeared.
When some of the food was cut too big for my small wife to chew, out came the Dragonfly and surreptitiously cut it in small bites and no one the wiser.
Today, I went to the university to teach and I dropped my purple Dragonfly into my pocket and I could not even tell it was there. I had to check once, to make certain.
It is true that I love my Manbugs, but the Dragonfly still fills the bill of a dedicated pocket knife better than anything that is out there, by any maker. It is functional and practical, too.
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