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    Thanks Matt,

    Be carefull there is no known cure for this type of disease.

    Hoss

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    Quote Originally Posted by DevinT View Post
    Thanks Matt,

    Be carefull there is no known cure for this type of disease.

    Hoss
    Going bankrupt and hocking them for money is one cure, of course you could sell your organs for money to buy more haha. You know your right there is no cure.

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    I think I am already realizing that. My friends are already looking at me a bit oddly, but everyone needs a hobby. The widely varied, but accepting community does make it easy to get sucked in.

    At least one friend is all for it....though me offering to sharpen his knives probably has something to do with it. Practice for me, though my first attempts seem very promising.

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    Boy, I don't know if I should comment on this thread because I have very strong opinions on two of the subjects. Hassles with new knives and wether we should talk about it? And how knife forums relate to knife sales. It's egg shell territory and it shouldn't be.

    I will say one thing. Live by the sword, die by the sword.

    OK, two things. I don't believe in wabi sabi.

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    Wabi Sabi..........Now that's just F'in funny!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Salty dog View Post
    It's egg shell territory and it shouldn't be.
    Agreed.

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    Well said Salty. I have to agree with you there. I don't have an agenda in this discussion because i've never owned or handled any of the knives involved in the thread. However, if i was in the market for one, i would want all the information thats available here. The whole point of a knife forum is to talk about knives. And there's no point of discussing something if you only point out the good stuff.

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