Monday, June 16, 2008

A High Tech switchblade knife!

My nephew is a hand-to-hand combat specialist in the U.S. Marine Corps, and he mentioned that with the enemy using Kevlar vests, it’s increasing difficult to get in a good chest wound with a knife.

Of course, gut wounds only annoy the enemy and increase your chances of getting hurt, so it’s refreshing to see the new WASP knife, perfect for those up-close and personal engagements.

The WASP Knife - Soon coming for home defense & recreational use

This remarkable knife makes a gut wound instantly fatal! Just ram it in, up to the shank, and this cutie instantly releases a basketball sized gas bubble!

A former U.S. Army Ranger notes that the WASP knife is great for scuba combat as well:

"That is the approved method to defend against enemy divers.

The Navy trained dolphins to patrol harbors and when they found a diver they would go to the dock, grap a tool with their mouth and go ram the diver with the tool.

The tool had a big needle and compressed air and inflated the diver, killing him and bringing him to the surface. Sucky way to die."

While it’s now a military weapon, it’s only a matter of time before the WASP knife is available for home protection and recreational use.

In a related matter, my article on the fashion industry embracing of designer ladies handguns is taking off! As I predicted, this has become a major fashion trend!

Check-out this web page of adorable, diamond-studded ladies handguns:

Ladies designer handguns take-off

“Defend yourself in style with a designer handgun from Bijan of Beverly Hills.

Fashioned from 18-carat gold and studded with diamonds, this .22 caliber revolver is for people with a lot to protect. Listed Cost: $98,000”

Gucci bags are so last year.

This lovely $98,000 ladies fashion accessory is perfect for any occasion, from a casual get-together to white tie and tails. . . .