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    Senior Member Benuser's Avatar
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    I'm just a simple guy looking for an razor's edge strong as an axe. Haven't found yet. But till now, there wasn't a single day I sharpened without learning something.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Keith Neal View Post
    Completely over the edge. In less than three months of participation in this group, I have bought two knives and several more stones, and have three custom knives on order. I am out of control. Help!

    Keith
    Hold on tight, it only gets worse (or better as per your perspective) from there!

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    I'm totally ate up with it - consumed. I'm very lucky to be able to play with other people's knives because I'd have a BIG problem if that wasn't the case.

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    Completely down the rabbit hole.
    “Ignorance more frequently begets confidence than does knowledge.”

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pensacola Tiger View Post
    Completely down the rabbit hole.
    well put! -That needs to be a category.

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    Almost 6 years ago I told my boss to shove it(after working there for 14 years) and went full-time as a maker. I have been obsessed with making sharp things for the past 25 years.
    Del

    Laminated metals specialist, Kitchen knife and gadget maker
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    Knut? I'm not a knut. My knife hobby is completely under control. Just ask anybody...

    Quote Originally Posted by Pensacola Tiger View Post
    Completely down the rabbit hole.
    That red pill tasted kinda funky...

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    Quote Originally Posted by johndoughy View Post
    Over-analytical cheapskate. I'm poor and discerning.
    This.

    I love the functionality of a well designed and constructed knife. I especially love knives that don't cost much but punch way above their weight.

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    Oh, and I am starting to feel a little funny about having five knife blocks and worry about storage. If there were more of a market (in Australia) where I could off-load some of my lesser-used knives then I would buy a lot more.

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    To borrow Chad Ward's phrase, I am looking for anything that will give me an edge in the kitchen, whether it is a technique or tool. Knives and knife skills, have made the biggest difference in the quality of my food.

    Jay

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