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    Now What? I will never get caught up

    I had thought I was going to almost get caught up, sort of.
    Just doing the finish clean up on several dozen more blocks and this stuff showed up from K&G.
    From the top of the box it looks like ebony, koa and ???
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    rosewood?
    I haven't lived the life I wanted, just the lives I needed too at the time.

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    Wait, wait, don't tell me.....you really love your job, hunh? You pushers are all alike.
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    Ha ha. I surrender

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    Quote Originally Posted by sachem allison View Post
    rosewood?
    If it is rosewood, I'd love to have some. I love rosewood, (I play guitar and prefer rosewood fret boards) and would like rosewood handles.

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    No Rosewood in this batch but I think I have a few pieces stashed.......somewhere.

    I was going to do the self discipline thing and wait to unpack these until I was done with the stuff I was working on.
    Well...............that lasted about 5 minutes.

    Killer Koa, you have to toss a virgin in a volcano for stuff like this.

    Indonesian Striped Ebony and Camelthorn (acacia from Africa)

    More killer Koa.


    Forget the other stuff.
    I am getting to work on the Koa.

    Maybe I should have a kOA SALE?
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    That would be nice

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    No further proof needed. You are evil incarnate.

    Don't know how much longer hubby's going to believe the "we need to stimulate the economy" line.

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    I have enjoyed the before and after photos of the refurb on knives.

    So here is a before and after with a couple pieces of Koa.

    Before


    Now I will clean these two up for the after photo.
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    The alleles created by mutation may be beneficial


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    The piece of koa in the center of the first picture you posted on the bottom is insane.

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