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    Hello from Colorado!

    My name is Mike. I have been making knives for a few years now. Would like to get into making japanese style kitchen knives, I stumbled across this awesome forum here (KKF) and now I'm hooked.

    Cheers

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    welcome!
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    Welcome!

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    welcome

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    Welcome to the Knut House! Not many Japanese knives around here, though!
    Spike C
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    Hi from Colorado Springs!
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    Welcome to KKF

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    SpikeC said I was allowed to welcome people. So welcome.
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    Good boy, pat-pat!
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