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    Yeah, marketing is key to a lot of this and "hype" does sell knives, that is for sure. I really like Bob and what he has done to help. A rising tide lifts all boats. It's a good thing.

    -M

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    No argue there

    BK has done a lot for the knife makers. I cant afford his knives, but he seams like a really nice guy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Rader View Post
    A rising tide lifts all boats. It's a good thing.

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    Rader just outed himself as a Regan Republican


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    "In Japan they don't call it Japanese food, they just call it food." -- Children's Hospital Quote

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    Michael, sorry for the delay. There where a few knives sold that Daniel didn't buy but all in all I think that he bought the majority.

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    It's all good, Bill. I love it when Daniel buys knives at shows, but I really don't consider it a good show when he is the top buyer there... you know what I mean? We all can sell knives to Blade Gallery whenever we want, so why go to the show? (I mean from a sales - not socializing perspective.)

    Yup, Mr. D. 'fraid so, and I gots me a big ol' Kimber .45 on my hip too :-)

    ...actually I do!

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    Okay, sorry about that. Back on topic now...

    -M

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