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Paste Pot Pete 

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Macgyver that is. The guy that can make a bomb out of chewing gum and duct tape. Or a plane out of plumbing parts.

I never really watched it but my wife watched it when she was a kid.

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I didn't know, either. Never watched the show.


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    Macgyver that is. The guy that can make a bomb out of chewing gum and duct tape. Or a plane out of plumbing parts.



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    I never really watched it but my wife watched it when she was a kid.



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    PPP



I watched it some of the time.  He never used a gun, (except maybe for spare parts) but he always managed to get out of sticky situations using science and technology.   His favorite tools were his multi-use swiss army knife (shown in the banner above, and duct tape.   He also often used paper clips, which I paid homage to by putting them on the banner.)






Paste Pot Pete 

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      Macgyver that is. The guy that can make a bomb out of chewing gum and duct tape. Or a plane out of plumbing parts.

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        I never really watched it but my wife watched it when she was a kid.

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          PPP



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    I watched it some of the time.  He never used a gun, (except maybe for spare parts) but he always managed to get out of sticky situations using science and technology.   His favorite tools were his multi-use swiss army knife (shown in the banner above, and duct tape.   He also often used paper clips, which I paid homage to by putting them on the banner.)




I get disappointed when I watch an episode and he doesn't do anything really amazing science wise. On some eps it's like they forgot that part.

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