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Very large coathangers as a defensive barrier

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Anyone who has ever owned more than one coat hanger, will know they are a bugger when they get tangled together.

I propose very large coat hangers, 1 metre across the long bit made of 1 inch iron rod.

They are best deployed laid flat, in a random-ish heap...let's see how the T90 copes with it...

not_morrison_rm, Sep 28 2016

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       shhhh don't mention this to Trump.
po, Sep 29 2016
  

       We won't. He doesn't care for flat things.
RayfordSteele, Sep 29 2016
  

       oh!
po, Sep 30 2016
  

       This is, if I may say so, an excellent idea.
MaxwellBuchanan, Sep 30 2016
  

       throw-and-forget Velcro barriers. I like it.
Voice, Oct 01 2016
  

       Throw a few welding cables into the heap.   

       (My pa used to claim he'd feel safer jumping out of an airplane with an armload of welding cables than with a parachute - because the parachute might fail, but the welding cables would, with absolute certainty, tangle up on something before you got any appreciable distance.)
lurch, Oct 02 2016
  

       ^ (+)   

       Brilliant idea, Indeedy.
blissmiss, Oct 03 2016
  

       [lurch] as a friend of mine posted on fb yesterday "if at first you don't succeed, then sky diving is not for you"
po, Oct 08 2016
  
      
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