Anyone who knows me, knows that I am a huge supporter of information sharing through any methods neccassary. Our progressive thoughts and actions are always stronger in when in groups. Share everything and only then can we truly be free, well in keeping with that thought, I want to mention the Boston skillshare coming up in September. I have attended two so far and have participated in a couple of the workshops, everything ranging from strap on dildo making to plastering private parts to lock picking.
Yes, you should go. I will be.
In preperation for the thought processing of DIY projects and ideas I'll leave you with a little lock picking tutorial.
Beginner's guide to picking locks
Remember how hard you tried to get into your parents' liquor cabinet on prom night? Well, fast-forward 10 years to when your toddler locked you out of the house and wouldn't let you back in. Moral of the story: You never know when being able to pick a lock can come in handy. Gunslot, a firearm forum, has a detailed tutorial that demonstrates how to pick a lock (ironic, I know). It's no easy feat, but according to Gunslot, you should be able to pick five pin locks (shown above) with relative ease after casually practicing for 3 to 5 days. For more lock-picking fun, check out the Locksport International guide to picking locks.