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    Bah, that was just from the moonshine you made in your bathtub. If the pics bothered you that much you would not have printed them out and taped them to your wall. But yeah, I agree with Knyfe and everyone else who posted in this thread. I've met a lot of nice people on this forum, and have enjoyed meeting a couple dozen in person at the ECGs and during 'knife swaps'. Even enjoyed dinner with another forum member last night! (yes, of course we briefly discuss the current state of KKF affairs)
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    Couldn't have put it better, Chris. I definitely consider most of the folks here friends as well, regardless of whether we've met in real life, PM'd or whatever else. KKF is a very cool place and I'm glad to be a part of it. I kind of think of it as a strange bar, albeit one where everyone is heavily armed with serious steel. I might not know everyone really well, but I know just about everyone. I enjoy my time here and enjoy hearing what everyone else has to say, show, and share. It shoehorns very nicely into my work and I too think it helps me be a better instructor and teacher to both my students and my crew. Plus, let's be honest, outside of a kitchen where else can you really geek out on kitchen knives without folks looking at you funny and subtly putting some space between you and them?

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    If it weren't for Hoss PMing me mentioning that I'm coming up on 444 posts I probably would have missed it, then realize it too late, then cry like a 2 week old baby girl. He also added some humor telling me that my next post better be used wisely. Naturally I agree. Just coming home from work and tuning into KKF, this is the first thread I came across. And I think it's more than worth my number 444!
    Chris, I'm glad you started this feel good thread. Digging the vibe here right now, and really appreciate the reminder that this forum rocks. Personally, I never forgot how groovy this place is, but love reminders all the same. Cheers to you, and to everybody else that helps this place be exactly what it is- cool as ****, baby.
    Cheers, and peace!
    #444 out

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    worthy bro

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    Definitely worthy

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    Good points, good people, good forum -- with the occasional emotional distraction. I'm fine with that combo.

    And let's put it in perspective in a different knifey way. I am more pissed I didn't pick up that DT spicy white gyuto that was up for sale than anything that was said in any post in the last year.

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    Congrats on #444!
    Here's to #4444!
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    I'm a little weirded out by marc4pt0 and his 4 thing. And glad to find a thread I want to post in. But mostly weirded out. And not over the tuxedo knife yet.
    'The only real security that a man can have in this world is a reserve of knowledge, experience, and ability.' -Henry Ford

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    Quote Originally Posted by mr drinky View Post
    And let's put it in perspective in a different knifey way. I am more pissed I didn't pick up that DT spicy white gyuto that was up for sale than anything that was said in any post in the last year.

    k.
    LOL!

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    Nice post, Chris.

    KKF is a special place.

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