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    Quote Originally Posted by maxim View Post
    Ok one more from same guy

    Where's the one that he made with the sushi master? Maybe he deleted it, too bad if so, what a great laugh.

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    Hurumph. Where is your dedication?
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    Isn't it interesting how complex idiot proofing can make a simple process?
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    Quote Originally Posted by SpikeC View Post
    Isn't it interesting how complex idiot proofing can make a simple process?
    Yes. This concept permeates my life like flies in a food truck.

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    That guy definitely said JEEOTOE.

    I don't know what the stupid machine contraption is that he used to sharpen that knife but it scares me. It looks way more confusing and time consuming than just sharpening freehand. What is wrong with people? Develop a skill!!! Don't be scared of learning how to do something yourself!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by maxim View Post
    Ok one more from same guy

    Insane, that really set my teeth on edge watching him wave those things around near that tiny flexy little edge. I bet you could see the whole edge distort moving things sideways across it. And that is easier than honing it flat on a stone how?

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    "Stropping takes a lot of skill". hoo boy. That would be a major pain in the B with that gizmo.
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    This Fine young man has worked out how to blunt 2 things at once. Skills.
    http://youtu.be/n1yXhnBg_NU

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    How come you didn't leave a comment for Mr. Mumbles, like he asked?
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    I've forgotten my password, annoying because I have a forging channel. And there's me calling him a knuckle head
    Go on... you burst his bubble. With some blunt scissors.

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