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Slide the slim jim in the space made by the wedge. Slide the notched end first, in towards the car lock. Align the slim jim with the lock, pushing down towards the keyhole, which is usually located at the rear of the door.

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A slim jim is a thin, flat strip of metal that can be used to unlock a vehicle door without keys. Proper use of a slim jim is difficult, and locksmiths and police undergo extensive training to learn how to use these tools without damaging a vehicle.

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Lyrics to "You Don't Mess Around With Jim" song by Jim Croce: Uptown got its hustlers The Bowery got its bums 42nd Street got Big Jim Walker He's a pool-shootin'...

If you've owned a car for awhile, chances are you've locked your keys inside. You can pay to have a professional break into your car for you, or you can just learn how to do it yourself to save ...

The JAM & L Outdoor Garden Train The JAM & L Railroad started a new Large Scale Outdoor Garden Train in G Gauge the Spring of 2003. This web site shows continually updated photos as well as tracking the initial construction process.

If you find that you have locked yourself out of your car, then you may need a way to open the car door locks without the key. This is an annoying situation for many car owners, particularly in self-locking cars. You may also find that during cold weather, the key could break in the lock. Rather ...

The cable television program Mad Money with Jim Cramer first aired on CNBC in 2005. According to CNBC's Web site in an article titled, "Mad Money Manifesto" by Jim Cramer, the show's mission statement and Cramer's job:

The lyrics of the title track concern the fate of a 'pool-shooting son-of-a-gun' by the name of 'Big' Jim Walker when his 'mark,' Slim, from a south Alabama Honkytonk shows up to get a refund from being hustled or get revenge. The song is notable for the line "You don't tug on Superman's cape/You don't spit into the wind/You don't pull the mask off that ol' Lone Ranger/And you don't mess ...