The skin over the knuckle is paper thin and still red, after almost two years of healing. That cleaver had to be as sharp as a scalpel the way is sliced the skin off and I never felt a thing.
David - Formerly The BoardSMITH
Now just retired and looking for work
Hey Adam, this might sound weird and cheesy coming from a infrequent poster, but I'm real glad to see you here.
I hope that everyone can let go of the old grudges and move on. Too many communities - whether it's online communities, families, neighborhoods, or nations - allow themselves to become fractured over such feuds.
I like to think and hope that everyone here is smart enough to realize that nobody is perfect and circumstances aren't perfect, but holding on to grudges usually does no good for anyone.
I wish I had time to post more often, but in case I can't, I'll just say in closing that although knives are one of my hobbies, I didn't go to KF every day to catch up on all the new posts just because of knives - I went there every day because of the great community that was there.
I'm happy to say that this place has regained most of that magic, and built upon it further.
If there are any fence sitters out there reading this - come on in, the water is fine!
"The Buddha resides as comfortably in the circuits of a digital computer or the gears of a cycle transmission as he does at the top of a mountain."
Thanks for the welcome Zeno!
- lets stay on topic please, all off topic posts have been removed.
If you wish to discuss this further please send me a PM.