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    Quote Originally Posted by markenki View Post
    The Art of Japanese Sword Polishing from Amazon. It's in the mail.
    nice! JNS has great finger stones, and Jon Broida can suggest how to use them.

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    My wife just bought a 1958 Airstream Overlander. We drive down to Arizona in a day or two to pick it up. Steely's post about train kitchens is giving me ideas.......
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    Quote Originally Posted by EdipisReks View Post
    nice! JNS has great finger stones, and Jon Broida can suggest how to use them.
    I bought some fingerstones and asano naguras from JNS a few days ago to take advantage of Maxim's sale. I'm hoping the book will help teach me how use them.

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    A small condominium, which is the first place I have ever owned.

    (I suppose technically speaking I only own 20% of it!)

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    Did tou sell the edipus rolex for down payment? Btw, that goes in the will for you also; though the knives are worth more. I ordered a knife. Does that count?
    Everywhere you go, there you are.

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    I bought a blender for my GF today that would be my last credit card purchase. My real last interesting purchase was my tri-bike. 10 days owned and got about 150km on it. Happy so far.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seth View Post
    Did tou sell the edipus rolex for down payment? Btw, that goes in the will for you also; though the knives are worth more.
    Is this directed at Edipus or to me?

    Please don't tell me Edipus is in your will also...it's enough that I will have to argue with your children.

    Are you going to keep your new knife order a secret until it arrives?

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    Quote Originally Posted by obtuse View Post
    I hope so, Wild Planet sustainably caught California sardines. The blog sardine society gave it a good review as a gateway sardine.
    Their tuna is pretty good--haven't had the sardines.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnny.B.Good View Post
    Is this directed at Edipus or to me?

    Please don't tell me Edipus is in your will also...it's enough that I will have to argue with your children.

    Are you going to keep your new knife order a secret until it arrives?
    wat

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