Name: Peter LeAge: 28Location: AsiaOccupation: Freelance PhotographerWebsite: www.peterlephoto.comList:
- Neoprene Gloves w/ touch tips
- Extrema Ratio, Col Moschin combat knife
- Pepper Spray
- Lamy Pen
- Surgical Grade Sissors
- Trusty Rolex
- Currencies of the countries I frequent
- and one could always use a couple of safety pins.
This is what he’d would think to grab if his house was on fire? This cargo implies that Peter has some idea who set his shit on fire and he’s got a plan on how to deal with them motherfuckers -or in this case mothafuckas.
He’s a ninja -a fucking harmonica playing ninja, right? Or am I basing this on the fact that he might be Asian? Second thought… he’s not trying to save any throwing stars. Dude is just a regular secret agent (or he could have stashed them at the safe house). No! He’s not a ninja. We can’t use reductive racial stereotypes in such as serious inquiry.
I’m sure some of the seemingly mundane items has dual functions. Ninjas don’t need things like that because they have stealth on their side. No question, there is a cable with a grappling hook in that Rolex. Obvi! That’s why there is no nylon cord. X-ray glasses. Poison vapor emitting harmonica. I just know that pipe has some explosive function. Safety pins? I’m guessing even Jason Bourne has to deal with busted zippers. Smart move, Peter.
Although, if this list included a scrapbook full of locks of hair… Peter Le could easily be a serial killer in search of his next victim. And I’d suspect that he was destroying evidence in this house fire.
BODIES! He’s burning the bodies.
Found this on his website and well I just don’t know what to make it. Peter?!
Pete’s other possible secret professions:
- highly skilled art thief
- black market organ harvester*
- urban survivalist
- boy scout**
I given this incredibly too much thought.
*You’re not going to find that on Monster.com.
**They’re prepared for anything, including performing surgery on someone they’ve just incapacitated with pepper spray and closing the wound with safety pins. I’m not sure if you can be a professional boy scout, but I’m leaning toward yes, because what would be the point otherwise? I like to think of it like professional athletes. Everyone knows that only a select few are talented enough to go to the pros.