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    I used a progression of sandpapers and elbow...

    I used a progression of sandpapers and elbow grease. I started with 80 grit and went to 200, 400, 600, and 800 grit wet/dry automotive sandpapers. I wrap the paper around a small block that's about...
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    Some weird shadows goin on, hard to see the...

    Some weird shadows goin on, hard to see the finish on em. Wish I had gotten some better pics, but he seemed pressed for time. So I just snapped a few quick ones as he was leaving, and this was the...
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    Yeah, they are in pretty decent shape. There was...

    Yeah, they are in pretty decent shape. There was a fairly deep spot of rust near the tip of the chef knife, and the paring knife pictured at the top looks like it was run through the dishwasher about...
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    A co-worker brought a set of Sabs in for me to...

    A co-worker brought a set of Sabs in for me to clean up for him. They belong to his mom, and he wanted me to clean em up for her for Mother's Day. Figured I'd post a before pic in the ODC thread. :D...
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    Sticky: Got my thermapen on Saturday. Thanks to all that...

    Got my thermapen on Saturday. Thanks to all that made the suggestion, this thing is awesome. :)

    http://i.imgur.com/FHAgBXA.jpg
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    This is probably my favorite thing about this...

    This is probably my favorite thing about this knife:

    http://i.imgur.com/x1AaY4W.jpg

    Where the handle & bolster meets the choil, it's ground to better fit a righty. It's still pretty comfortable...
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    I was literally just thinking the exact same...

    I was literally just thinking the exact same thing as I clicked on this thread again.

    Also, Boston phone number for finding friends and family:
    617-635-4500

    They just reported a third...
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    +1 also, friends and family that are seperated...

    +1

    also, friends and family that are seperated right now can possibly make use of red cross's "safe and well" website:
    www.redcross.org/safeandwell

    Loads slowly right now, so you may need to...
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    The live stuff is where it's at, for sure. I used...

    The live stuff is where it's at, for sure. I used to travel around the country with some friends that owned a food truck, we'd go from music festival to music festival. Got to see MM&W live a number...
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    Lol! Maybe when I'm done with it... :wink:

    Lol! Maybe when I'm done with it... :wink:
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    Medeski, Martin & Wood fans?

    So I just started a new job on Friday at an unusually awesome place in the big city of Millheim (population: 904!), and Saturday night we had a band called Marah play. Marah was great, but I was...
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    Thanks jigert! No "buyer's remorse" for any of...

    Thanks jigert! No "buyer's remorse" for any of them, that's for sure. :)

    And here's a pic of the Konosuke after I polished it up with some wet/dry automotive sandpaper and some Flitz:...
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    Knives I've bought in the last month or so, left...

    Knives I've bought in the last month or so, left to right:
    Del Ealy paring
    Del Ealy 150mm petty
    Devin Thomas 260mm ITK western gyuto
    Konosuke 270mm sujihiki (picture taken before I polished it)...
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    I currently carry a CRKT Mirage. Decent little...

    I currently carry a CRKT Mirage. Decent little folder for the money, though there are some things I don't like about it.
    http://i.imgur.com/b7wKWiI.jpg
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    Reminds me of Burgerville in the...

    Reminds me of Burgerville in the Portland/Vancouver area, which makes me wish there was a Smashburger near me. And a Burgerville. :(
  16. I realize I'm fairly new to the forum, but I'd...

    I realize I'm fairly new to the forum, but I'd love to be included in the pro passaround. If you're looking to have it go through the regulars here, though, I totally understand.

    -Bob
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    Looks like an steamroller drove over a hand...

    Looks like an steamroller drove over a hand spade. :D
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    Thanks! I got the idea from the setups at Korin:...

    Thanks!
    I got the idea from the setups at Korin:
    http://newyork.seriouseats.com/images/20091111knifeguy.jpg

    I realized that I had a bucket that could replicate the setup, yet be mobile. Works...
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    I use a double bucket with a bridge I made from...

    I use a double bucket with a bridge I made from scrap wood laying around. The bridge just slides over the raised divider in the middle, and can be angled however.

    http://i.imgur.com/ejF1Imo.jpg?1
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    http://imgur.com/ is what I usually use for...

    http://imgur.com/
    is what I usually use for posting pics on forums.

    edit: oh, and sometimes http://imageshack.us/
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    Why not just get a DT ITK? They work great for...

    Why not just get a DT ITK? They work great for pro use.
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    Cool little jumpstart company, with some pretty...

    Cool little jumpstart company, with some pretty cool kitchen swag. I don't think I've gotten an invoice from em yet that didn't have a hand-written thank-you note on it. :)
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    I was thinkin ya just pushed it down over a...

    I was thinkin ya just pushed it down over a banananana. The cross pieces are the blades?
    Saves marriages though. Must be legit.
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    Pork butts.

    Pork butts.
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    Thanks for the generous offer. I'm actually...

    Thanks for the generous offer. I'm actually thinking now that I might just make a trip to NYC to see some friends in the near future and bring it by there myself. :thumbsup:
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