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    I can't say anything in the picture moves me at all.

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    I don't wear shirts with logos on them regardless of who said what when.

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    Marks been selling Murrays knives for a long time now, theyre probably BFFs. I doubt theres any hard feelings

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    Not a big fan of Mark after reading some of the stories about him and would steer clear of his knives. I've heard him use that in his youtube videos, where he credits Murray as his teacher. If I'm Murray though, not sure I like him putting it on a t-shirt. Maybe he had his verbal permission?

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    Mark's just borrowing it.....what's the problem?

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    I think he should have ******** t-shirts made instead..
    Just pure black on black and sell it for $250.
    Only people who have a keen eye should be able to distinguish them from $5 fruit of the loom black t-shirt...

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    Quote Originally Posted by labor of love View Post
    Marks been selling Murrays knives for a long time now, theyre probably BFFs. I doubt theres any hard feelings
    I wouldn't be so sure. There's often a love-hate relationship between producers and big retailers. On one hand, big retailers can write you a big check and reach lots of people. On the other, they have the buying power to pressure producers into doing things they don't want to do. I'm not saying this is one of those cases but I wouldn't be surprised either way.

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    Murray should just refuse to disclose the contents of his favorite sayings, that way his intellectual property will not be stolen.

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    I started signing a book I wrote "Stay Sharp" in 97. Given Murray has a copy, maybe he picked up from me? This all seems like making trouble for the sole purpose of making trouble.

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