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    Quote Originally Posted by keithsaltydog View Post
    When the tip of a shun breaks off prying apart frozen chix thighs you can't blame it on the knife.
    That's why people should stick with buying Globals instead of Shun! Nearly abuse proof!


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    lost any interest I had at stainless clad

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    Quote Originally Posted by WiscoNole View Post
    lost any interest I had at stainless clad
    that's silly.

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    not if you like patina

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    Quote Originally Posted by WiscoNole View Post
    not if you like patina
    im right there with ya

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    Quote Originally Posted by WiscoNole View Post
    not if you like patina
    why even buy a knife then, if it's your major criteria? a sheet of plain steel patinas just fine. i have almost all carbon knives. i like patina. my Gengetsu, which is stainless clad, is the best cutter i own. it's a knife. cutting is what's important.

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    thats a little harsh. im just not into san mai for several reasons, plus patina is cool. cutting ability is ofcourse the most important factor when selecting a knife but in the $250-375 price range theres alot of choices and room for personal preferences no?

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    personal opinion? i thought we were all facets of the same knife whole.

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    if you say so.

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    humor really doesn't exist on the internet.

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