Saturday, November 10, 2007

Alien Invaders?

These rare and shocking images were smuggled out of Area 51 yesterday by a determined journalist. Keep in mind that what you are about to see may not be of this earth. Indeed this Unidentified Folding Object may have come from the very depths of space itself and its ultimate impact on the people of this planet can only be imagined.







18 comments:

Anonymous said...

H O T

Szidi said...

Very cool invader, that's for sure:)

HDMcLamb said...

I love it, did this journalist manage to smuggle any samples out of the Area?

Nephiel said...

I am in awe. Their technology is so advanced... this proves that they are a highly evolved civilization indeed.

Franz said...

Is that technology going to be made available to the common folk? Does anybody have a clue?

Joe said...

That is sooooo MINE!!

ZapperCat said...

The future of our world lies in this technology.
Must get the Technology for further progress.

Cuso said...

:drool: :more drool:
:mine: :mine: :mine:

In_Flux said...

Very cool and original. Love all the angles and the grip grinds on the lock bar. The blade shape itself is very interesting! Is the handle material Ti?

Sure hope I can score one!

michael said...

...looks great! really like the blade shape. (sigh) Hope I am on Santa's good list this year!

Nam said...

Wow!! That is soooo COOL! It's exactly what I've been looking for...... I can't stop looking at those pictures :)

Ziggy said...

Peter, what kind of security clearance does it take to see-it in person?

Anonymous said...

Sweet baby Jesus - It is a rigger's knife.....

For the Millennium Falcon

Must control breathing....

Where's my paper bag....

Deep breaths....

BigEd said...

Can we all have one?pqclt

Geomorphologist said...

WOW...I like.

Bob said...

Does the technology exist to measure the time span in which these will sell out on the website...?

Good luck to the lucky devils that will get to actually own one of these.

XTL said...

Are you sure you won't get the wrath of Spyderco unleashed on you for putting that loop in a spot they own?

Peter Atwood said...

Spyderco has trademarked the round hole, no other shape.