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    I also see a problem your counting maybe "4 brothers"? Beautiful knives though I really like how clear the stamp is on all of them... Don't know why that's important to me but one of my shiges has a slightly muddled stamp, one has a somewhat light stamp and my third, is just perfect, which I like. Yours all look perfect!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seth View Post

    Three Sisters :

    Marcia, Jan, and Cindy.

    I suspect the beautiful damascus with the custom handle one gets a lot of this -

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LltAv8_Gp2c

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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnny.B.Good View Post
    Nice camera work Seth.

    Why do I see four knives in some of these pictures? Did you stumble across a fourth Shigefusa this morning?

    Looking forward to your impressions of all of them.
    They are multiplying... I specifically wanted to see if you were paying attention. The little one is also not a Naka-Maksim lightweight. As far as names; I guess they might be transgender or something. I'll get back to you.
    Everywhere you go, there you are.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seth View Post
    They are multiplying... I specifically wanted to see if you were paying attention. The little one is also not a Naka-Maksim lightweight. As far as names; I guess they might be transgender or something. I'll get back to you.
    I'm always paying attention.

    I guess the Marko custom job was worth the wait. Looks incredible.

    I still think it's funny that I sent you a PM to alert you to a Shigefusa for sale in the B/S/T forum because I felt guilty about taking Rick's away from you, when in fact you already had several (now four). That's the last time I feel sorry for you Seth!

    I want details on these and I want them right now.

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    Beautiful knives, by far my favorite gyuto profile in all the land!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnny.B.Good View Post
    I'm always paying attention.

    I guess the Marko custom job was worth the wait. Looks incredible.

    I still think it's funny that I sent you a PM to alert you to a Shigefusa for sale in the B/S/T forum because I felt guilty about taking Rick's away from you, when in fact you already had several (now four). That's the last time I feel sorry for you Seth!

    I want details on these and I want them right now.

    JBG: At the time I didn't have any. Just got the Marko and in recognition of your thoughtfulness, I will send it to you. No need to feel sorry for me anymore though...I'm good. Also, to keep my children from selling my knives at the garage sale when I bite the dust, I have left all my knives to you. You better learn single bevels

    The Marko handle, being much denser wood, improves the balance. The kitaeji is not what I expected; you can't feel it but it has an irredescent type of depth that changes depending on how the light hits it. Yes, I wood say worth the wait.
    Everywhere you go, there you are.

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    And all these so close to me....
    Seth, do you have an alarm???
    Or maybe my kitaeiji and yours can have little pettys?

    I think you should beat the garage sale. I'll give you $15 for the entire knife collection. I'll even throw in a broken ipod in the ring.

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