Everyone has a list of things that they’d like to do before they die, but they know that they’ll probably never get the chance. One of the things on my list is to use a model and a pointer to explain an elaborate plan.
I do own a collapsible chrome pointer. It’s one of my favorite possessions. Sometimes it’s handy to be able to point at stuff, and few things focus people’s attention quite like pulling one of those babies out of your pocket and stretching it to its full length.
The only downside to a collapsible chrome pointer is it’s very difficult to discuss using one without it sounding suggestive.
Note from Missy: Scott, you can’t give us the Christmas village porcelain bank without also letting us know what kind of toy/model the getaway car is.
Reply from Scott: It is clearly a model of a Lamborghini Countach. Specifically, it’s the kind of die-cast model that adult men buy when they either know they’ll never be able to afford their dream car, or when they’ve already bought their dream car, but they can’t keep the real car in their office, so they keep the model on their desk and pray every day that someone will ask about it.
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