Tool recommendations, information on your favorite automatic and/or mechanical lockpicking devices for those with less skills, or looking to make their own.
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I laughed, I cryed!
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With this tool ?
It is my favorite joke...
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I use a sledge hammer works for me mate.
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You set two or more in front of yourself then just look for the pretty one.
When you find it, choose that one.
You have now picked the pretty lock.
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You can't just pick one. It has to want to open. So constantly switch from talking softly to loud hysterical screaming with generous profanity. Locks are like cats. If it wants to open it will come to you.
Nothing is foolproof to a talented fool. Wisdom is not just in determining how to do something, but also includes determining whether it should be done at all.
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Looking at his other posts, I'd say he's laughing too
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First, you have to realize that there is no lock.
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