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rod222: Admin: Where can I find your last post regarding your ebay listings? Thanks. May 2, 2015 6:07:06 GMT
Ryan: Rodney, here it is - May 2, 2015 7:26:57 GMT
rod222: Thanks very much Ryan. May 2, 2015 9:14:29 GMT
Admin: No rod they are the spade type 6 inch, have a lethal point set, dam good at tearing hinges off. May 2, 2015 16:26:07 GMT
Ryan: Bent spades for me! I'll pass on those pointy things, never could see the point behind them - it's not like I'm going to contaminate the stamp by touching them with tongs, so I don't see the glory in leaving the contact patch as tiny as possible... May 2, 2015 16:33:32 GMT
Ryan: Bent spades are great for moving stamps in and out of stock books or Vario / Hagner sheets or my Lindner hingeless albums. May 2, 2015 16:34:16 GMT
irishjack: Tongs are like thongs, every one has their own preference from spade to pointy. Boxers to tighty whites, we should leave it up to the person to choose what fits them best :) May 2, 2015 16:55:48 GMT
irishjack: But please use them (tongs) and also don't be going out commando :) May 2, 2015 16:56:52 GMT
Ryan: Jack, were you a hurler when you lived in Ireland? I didn't know doodly squat about hurling but I read something recently that they get over 80,000 spectators to watch the final, so I looked on YouTube and found last year's final game(s). May 3, 2015 7:09:10 GMT
Ryan: 1st game was a tie - - so a replay was played - Remarkable sport, I have no idea how they aim the ball so accurately when they clobber it. May 3, 2015 7:11:38 GMT
rod222: Spade tongs ? ! Sheesh. Gotta love the pointies. Until one tries the loooong nose pointy tweezers / tongs, you won't realise what your missing. They are fabulous. May 3, 2015 7:28:02 GMT
rod222: Yes, Jack, slide the pointies under the hinge, and sever upwards..brilliant. Have to give Ryan a point, the pointies have one failing, a stamp will tend to skew, when placing in a black mount. The spades sometimes blunt the perf teeth. May 3, 2015 7:30:42 GMT
irishjack: I did watch hurly games, was not as popular in my neck of the woods, some counties had very strong hurling traditions. May 3, 2015 17:59:45 GMT
irishjack: Its over 3000 years old the game, the hurly stick was a weapon and they would hit a round stone or copper ball at the enemy and then when the enemy was too close hit the bejayus out of them with the stick. May 3, 2015 18:04:57 GMT
irishjack: The origins of the game I have been told two rival towns/villages would meet between the towns and the winner was the team that pushed their opponents back to their village. May 3, 2015 18:07:22 GMT
irishjack: Forgot to mention that all those players are 100% amateur, no money is paid to them, the jobs they work will give them leave to train etc. etc. May 3, 2015 18:13:45 GMT
Jerry B: I use both the bent spade tip type and the pointed tip type stamp tongs. When I am inserting stamps into a manila stock sheet I use the spade tips. First to run them through each row to insure that the rows are "open" and then to insert the stamp. May 3, 2015 21:38:36 GMT *
firstfrog2013: Everybody's name is blank here maybe it's a secret I'm not privy to? May 3, 2015 21:58:36 GMT
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