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    patience, dedication, passion, obsession, creativity, decent background in math and science, and artistic as all hell...

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    Gods will, a little luck, and some bandages

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    An excellent teacher or two?

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    s#!t for brains and relentless dedication and a willingness to help out a young kid who is a bit overwhelmed and not asking for anything in return and getting a bunch of equally dedicated other guys to do the same thing , even though they to are overwhelmed and have a bunch of other stuff to do. A bit of tenacity and sticktoitness.
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    A man of steel

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    a willingness to fail and fail and fail until you don't.
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    but most importantly the love of a good woman or man.
    I haven't lived the life I wanted, just the lives I needed too at the time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pensacola Tiger View Post
    Making a knife?
    + 1 . A good knife maker is another question.

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    I'm with Mark. You gotta be at least a little crazy...

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    I would like to say something pretentious like passion... but a mild form of autism seems more important.
    -"we're gonna make gluten free lasagna"

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