— You know yourself what kind of army we have, so we made this ourselves. The hatchet part was cut out of thick metal and one side of it was sharpened. The other side was already quite sharp. And so one side was a hatchet and the other a pickaxe. So one side we sharpened and we had a hatchet and the other turned out like a pickaxe. It was thick metal, and this we bent so that it wouldn't give way. We bent it here. It's kind of a relic now, it hangs here as a kind of reminder of those years. Well, the metal wasn't forged, you know yourself, but cut from something, from a simple metal. If it had been forged there would be no roughness. It was sharpened way back when, you see. The commission demands it, the firefighters are going around. So that's initiative, huh? It was '94, inflation, '95. You think we were living well? '96... Our financing finally started to look like something normal only in '97, so then we could at least make ends meet. We started getting hatchets in, and shovels, hooks, pike poles: in a word, the stuff we needed. Those hatchets, they break, whether you like it or not.