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October 27, 2010

Sap Cap — "The most dangerous object in the office this month" (Wired)

Here's Aaron Rowe's appreciation from the November 2010 Wired: "We don't normally countenance violence, but if the color printer gets one more paper jam, we're going to send it to the great Circuit City in the sky. Of course, management frowns on armed employees, which means we need a well-concealed weapon. That's where the Sap Cap comes in. It's Gilligan's greatest nightmare — the ultimate stealth cudgel. On the back of this normal-looking baseball cap is a reinforced pouch filled with about a pound of tiny metal balls. Grip the bill firmly and swing. Pow! The impact can break fingers and knock out teeth. That's more than enough destructive potential to vent our appliance-induced fury."

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$29.

Tip for a happier life: do not wear this or have it on your person or in your bag when you go through airport security.

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Make a sap wallet.

When the actor ask for your wallet,

whip that biach out and sent that player to New Jersey,

A-huh, that's what I said!

Posted by: Joe Peach | Oct 27, 2010 5:28:08 PM

Anesthesia, eh?

The act of simply raising one's hands to the bill would be taken as a challenge by an assailant. I'd rather keep them calm, myself.

Of course, there is this: http://bit.ly/cG8N0R

Posted by: 6.02*10^23 | Oct 27, 2010 3:37:43 PM

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