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Top Ten Things Learned From Watching MacGyver
(submitted by Geeta)
The Chernobyl disaster could easily have been averted with a good, old fashioned, Hershey's Bar.
Ink pens are the perfect diameter for splicing cut fuel lines and repairing your busted jeep.
A first name isn't necessary to be successful.
(Dance free young man)
While you may not be able to conquer the world with it, a blade of grass and some sand sure do make one helluva bomb.
Women are strangely attracted to men who can diffuse nuclear weapons with a handful of paperclips and a wad of gum.
Never give a prisoner access to paper clips, thread, or broken glass.
Outside a Swiss Army Knife, Physics is your best friend.
(Sean & Matt)
That you can survive a fiery explosion or a plunge into oily seawater and STILL have good hair
Guns are for the feeble and weak!
That suspension of disbelief is a powerful weapon.
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