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    Quote Originally Posted by mpukas View Post
    Can't believe I just watched all of this... don't even know where to begin... so tempted to watch his how use a sharpening steel vid, but I think I'd rather just pour hot lead into my left eye and get it over with.

    All I'm gonna say is "yana-GEEBA" !

    That cutting board looks thirsty.

    This thread is killing me lmao! Oh I love the clever lady. WOW! I just can't wrap my head around that. All these years she thought she knew what she was doing lmao!
    Am I the only one who searched for The Edge from U2 and ended up here?

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    aaaah self crowned experts of misinformation who refuse to listen and aren't prepared to learn, why, why WHY

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    Quote Originally Posted by Candlejack View Post
    I tried doing that.. but in the comments. That resulted in a ban from his videos.
    That explains why all of the comments for his vids are so gracious.

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    Ok, let me get this straight. There is no primary bevel, but two secondary bevels. So, if we go by this absolutely brilliant logic, I could come in second in a race even though nobody finished ahead of me .

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    He speaks of a "primary cutting edge", which to my mind requires that there be a secondary cutting edge somewhere. Of course, if both sides of the knives are indeed parallel and not tapered, maybe the secondary cutting edge is on top of the blade?
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    Quote Originally Posted by SpikeC View Post
    He speaks of a "primary cutting edge", which to my mind requires that there be a secondary cutting edge somewhere. Of course, if both sides of the knives are indeed parallel and not tapered, maybe the secondary cutting edge is on top of the blade?
    Haha, I was wondering myself where the secondary cutting edge is.
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    He's wearing a black chef coat; that means he's an expert. Hello?
    The difference between try and triumph is a little "umph"! NO EXCUSES!!!!!!!
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  8. #188
    My favorite is when he talks about "point A" and "point B" ... as he points to the same spot both times.

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    I took a look at his website (yes he does have one) and he describes his job: "In my daily life I work as a retail cutlery store manager (the largest cutlery store in the Western United States)". I wish he had named it so I would know what to stay clear of.

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    I was at Williams-Sonoma today and overheard a saleswoman selling a man a new chef's knife. It was painful. Both sides of the conversation.

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