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    Quote Originally Posted by sarahgirl View Post
    thanks for sharing stormcrow...indeed that does look quite simple

    we should all pitch in and buy SC those collapsable chopsticks for backpacking, they're like 30 bucks or something that way he would never have to eat cake or slugs with his fingers again! I mean who would want to touch a slug?!
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    I just spent a few minutes rereading this thread, and had an idea....
    One big problem with stakes... during removal from the ground occasionally they become projectiles, (am I the only one who has yanked up the stake and had it fly thru the woods, never to be found?)

    So now with the stake firmly held by this method, it seems to me the stake won't shoot back and hit me in the face
    I'll need to test my yet confirmed theory, but it seems plausible.

    SC, its been a real entertaining topic, chopstick and elastic, I mean how much can a guy eat with one chopstick?
    No wonder you had to eat slugs.

    I hereby re-name you.. you will never again be known as stormcrow.

    Everyone, I would like to introduce Single Chopstick. or sarcastic chap, or slug chomper.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by gargoyle View Post
    Everyone, I would like to introduce Single Chopstick. or sarcastic chap, or slug chomper.....
    ...Just dont call me late for dinner!

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    thanks for sharing...

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    Stormcrow I found some more tarp steaks for you http://www.grandtrunkgoods.com/ProdD...aspx?prodId=88
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beast 71 View Post
    Stormcrow I found some more tarp steaks for you http://www.grandtrunkgoods.com/ProdD...aspx?prodId=88
    Perfect!

    "When people see you using your "Chop-Chop" portable chopsticks they're going to know one thing for sure...you're much cooler than they are!"

    And of course, I am..

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    I like how they are "portable" chop sticks. I guess you have to differentiate them from semi-permanent, permanent or stationary chopsticks .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beast 71 View Post
    I like how they are "portable" chop sticks. I guess you have to differentiate them from semi-permanent, permanent or stationary chopsticks .
    At that price, they should also cook my meals for me and set up my shelter at camp each night...
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    Your video just showed up on another thread, three years seven monthes later. If you are still on line, thank you for making the video it really helps, I can clearly see what you are demonstrating.

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    I like this method a lot. Im currently using the triangle tarp tensioner thingys. Perhaps I will give this a try.
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