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    knife of the future

    One of the blogs i subscribe to just posted this newsletter.
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    Interesting, but I feel like I'll always be using steel.

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    I'm holding out for a real light saber.
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    Dumb. There's no wood!!
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    Sign me up, except I'd like a gyuto over a nakiri.

    (Years back, I bought a microwave that had a huge touchscreen, and a talking, singing and dancing chef. No buttons. I thought it was cool....until six months in, the touchscreen went blank. They wanted $400 to fix it. Problem is, I paid $350 for the dang microwave.....went back to the good ol Sharp Carousel after that, and the wife still teases me.)
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    I wonder how that knife would look with a Stefan handle on it?

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    Okay, the stuff it does is neat, but what does any of it have to do with cutting food? You could have a box that you put the food in and have it analyzed/ionized/etc.
    I figured it would have adjustable edge angles for cutting different stuff. And what good would the rotating handle be?

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    Complete garbage, just like the rocket cars and hover boards that were promised to us ages ago.
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    How much has knife technology come on in the last 1000 years?

    What a load of crap, Electrolux must be making a mint to be able to waste time with this shyte.

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