Marko and Tam's recent discussion on the essential usefulness of having a good blade on your person proved to be quite timely...
Seems scientists found that we hominids have been using the sharp & stabbies much longer than previously believed - like almost one million years longer. Naturally, this early tool use was all about obtaining delicious and nutrient-packed animal flesh, which is said to have been an important factor in the development of the modern human brain. (Hooray!)
To celebrate this wonderful, yet not-so-surprising discovery, perhaps we should all do something primal and carnivorous - like roast up some marrow bones and buy ourselves a new pocketknife.
This one holds a prominent spot on my wishlist: