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  1. What? You don't have a reversible, side slider metric torque wrench? I have three in 1/4, 3/8, and half inch drives. Sure, they're the older analog ones rather than the fancy schmancy digital models, but they work just as well. Next you'll be suffering from tool envy over my Campy peanut butter wrench still encrusted with peanut butter from Fausto Coppi's epic final win in the Tour de France back in 1952. Or what about my Campy chain tool hand-filed from virgin tool steel by toothless Italian grandmothers in a desperate attempt to supplement their pensions. You would make fun of their tireless efforts, minimizing their selfless work to bring joy to the hearts of Campy aficionados everywhere. You're heartless and cruel, Fritz, and I've have waaaay too much coffee.

  2. What? You don't have a reversible, side slider metric torque wrench? I have three in 1/4, 3/8, and half inch drives. Sure, they're the older analog ones rather than the fancy schmancy digital models, but they work just as well. Next you'll be suffering from tool envy over my Campy peanut butter wrench still encrusted with peanut butter from Fausto Coppi's epic final win in the Tour de France back in 1952. Or what about my Campy chain tool hand-filed from virgin tool steel by toothless Italian grandmothers in a desperate attempt to supplement their pensions. You would make fun of their tireless efforts, minimizing their selfless work to bring joy to the hearts of Campy aficionados everywhere. You're heartless and cruel, Fritz, and I've have waaaay too much coffee.

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