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M1k3

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Trust me, this less often the case than you might hope 🙃
@ian is this true? I've been looking up to your book smarts (smahts?) and cake making skills.
 

ian

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Idk... fluency is not really a problem. Just like almost everyone in France is fluent in French, almost everyone who does math for a living is fluent in math. What's more difficult is having the technical skill and breadth of knowledge to solve hard problems.
 

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Grind some metal off this. Call it a Toyama and charge $300
 

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Grind some metal off this. Call it a Toyama and charge $300
Nice little profit. Probably doesn't even cut any better.
 

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Well there is a custom handle and labor cost. And when you add shipping there probably isn't really that much profit.
 

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It actually gets cheaper

$120/130 shipped for 210/240mm.

Also on ebay

 

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It actually gets cheaper

$120/130 shipped for 210/240mm.

Also on ebay

I believe you can get those knives for even cheaper through yahoo Japan. They've been known to go for as little as $20 before shipping.
 

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