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Ian B. (IDBLOOM) - BPL Lifetime Member

My Locale PNW
About Me Here's the deal... I'm the best there is... plain and simple. I mean I wake up in the morning and I piss excellence. And nobody can hang with my stuff. Just a big hairy American winning machine.
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All Forum Posts by Ian B.

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Re: Flyweight Knives
"The funny thing here is that I was not looking (or needing) another knife" Yeah. I call these BPL moments. I get it.

In GEAR » FLYWEIGHT KNIVES---Damn Fine Titanium Knives!
March 17, 4:43pm

Re: Re: Re: My Maths
"In any case, like i said, none of these beliefs are all that important anyways, if you got the ethics, love, kindness, etc part down. That's the most important part." .., I don...

In Chaff » The basic math behind Christianity...
March 17, 4:14pm

Re: save
"pony up for the RXIII, save" Likely the correct answer as that's the camera I measure all P&S against. The Ricoh GR is tied for first. Delayed gratification... dang I hate h...

In Photography » EDC camera
March 17, 3:10pm

Re: My Maths
Well it's 3/17 so it's only right that I quote The Brothers McMullen, "Just because we don't believe in God, doesn't mean we can't be good Catholics." Or somethin...

In Chaff » The basic math behind Christianity...
March 17, 3:01pm

Re: Thanks
I was trying to figure out of this was Mike Martin, the guy who made one for Ryan Jordan in this article:

In GEAR » FLYWEIGHT KNIVES---Damn Fine Titanium Knives!
March 17, 1:50pm

Re: Math
I identify with the OP as I grew up in the church, was confirmed, went to church camp, prayed, etc. I also had a Chemist father who looks at the world through the lens of a scientist, who told me f...

In Chaff » The basic math behind Christianity...
March 17, 12:30pm

Re: Re: Re: Luck o' the Irish PSA
It's my understanding that one of the results of being over-circumcised is that Mr. Sniffles looks like he's racing into a hurricane. Can you confirm or deny? .

In Chaff » Luck o' the Irish PSA
March 17, 11:00am

Re: data point
Good thread but let's post the weight of the knife with sheath for comparison purposes. I have the Es Ka Bar necker 14. I wouldn't steer someone towards or away from it. It's a d...

In GEAR » Lightest knife to baton small pieces of wood?
March 17, 9:47am

Luck o' the Irish PSA
I guess with my ancestry, I'm lucky that I've made it to 44 without a biopsy. That changes next week but fortunately, it doesn't look like much. What they're removing is from an a...

In Chaff » Luck o' the Irish PSA
March 17, 9:40am

Re: Bic or no Bic?
I included the weight of the lighter at 1.8oz. Don't care except to compare apples to apples.

In SuperUltraLight (SUL) Backpacking Discussion » 1 oz, Durable* Cook kit
March 16, 5:08pm

All Reader Reviews by Ian B.

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Lawson Equipment Customer Service
I've made a few purchases from Lawson. His glow-wire and ti stakes are my personal favorites in their class. The price has always been fair, shipping has been free, and delivery timely. Yesterd...

In 1 - COMPANIES (Customer Service)
June 24, 10:34am

ULA Equipment
I ordered a ULA Ohm 2.0 with standard options ~ 4/2013. Chris was very quick to respond to my emails. I had originally ordered a CDT and he was quick to modify my order. Backpack arrived within a f...

In 1 - COMPANIES (Customer Service)
June 13, 11:55am

zpacks Company
Well Z Packs continues to live up to their stellar reputation. I ordered a Hexamid Twin a few weeks ago. The posted delivery times were 5-7 weeks on their website. I suspected that spring is a hect...

In 1 - COMPANIES (Customer Service)
May 30, 11:31pm