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    Spelled right or not, we all got the idea...Colin is selling awesome rarely seen knives at a good price point. If I had the money I would jump on board.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jheis View Post
    I'm inclined to give a lot of slack on spelling and grammar, but the site does provide a spell checker....

    But, "use it or louse it sale" - come on (louse is, technically, spelled correctly but I doubt that's what Colin intended). At least make an effort - it's not that hard.
    dyslexia sucks, but I have never been shy in hiding it, spell check is a help bet it's not 100%, sorry if any miss spells confused you, most bros get what I'm trying to say but I will always get back to you in a pm if you have questions.

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    That was a waste of a comment, jheis. I guess when another guy can cook better food and has nicer knives, one looks for anything he/she can to try to level the playing field in his/her mind. Spelling? Seriously???
    Colin, I'm loving the knives! The Carter is an absolute stunner!
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    Psh. Colin's many other qualities far outweigh the fact that he is, as my boss says about one of my co-workers, a non-speller.

    These are crazy knives! You seriously may have the highest quality collection on the East Coast.

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    Carter sold

    Dam

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    Quote Originally Posted by johndoughy View Post
    Psh. Colin's many other qualities far outweigh the fact that he is, as my boss says about one of my co-workers, a non-speller.

    These are crazy knives! You seriously may have the highest quality collection on the East Coast.
    Thanks...guess it's getting smaller... But keeping the quality up

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    some of the brightest, best people i've known couldn't spell for $hit. i find it endearing, myself, and one of my degrees is in comparative literature, so words are something close to my heart. anyway, i would have loved to have taken the 15k stone home, but i've promised she-who-must-be-obeyed no new sharpening stones until next year (the knives can kinda be hidden, but the stones stick out).

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    Quote Originally Posted by EdipisReks View Post
    i find it endearing, myself,
    Haha, I was literally just about to make a post saying I felt that Colin's orthographical malfunctions were endearing, much like Ryan's.....use....of....ellipses....as....his....o nly....punctuation, and Dave's insistence upon spelling the word "heal" instead of "heel."

    The sword is mightier than the pen around these parts, ya know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vertigo View Post
    ....and Dave's insistence upon spelling the word "heal" instead of "heel."
    Woops.....I feel like a heel now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Martell View Post
    Woops.....I feel like a heel now.
    Oh, you'll heal in a few days ...
    “I hear and I forget. I see and I remember. I do and I understand.”

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