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Knife Geek

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Hi Folks,

This actually my first time to Kitchen Knife Forums. It seems like a great site, so I said "What the Hay?" and decided to register. I plan to learn a lot and keep my wallet under lock and key so I am not tempted by the glitter of a new knife, which I am sure I will be.

For now.

Walt
 

SpikeC

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Welcome to the support group from hell!
 

Pensacola Tiger

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Might as well set your credit card to rapid fire.

Welcome!

Rick
 

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The only way to keep your wallet safe is to hand it to someone with explicit instructions not to hand it to you if you plan to buy a knife or stone. And then hire bodyguards for that person.

Anything short of that, well, you'll have fun, you'll learn a lot, and you'll have cool stuff :) Welcome!
 

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The only way to keep your wallet safe is to hand it to someone with explicit instructions not to hand it to you if you plan to buy a knife or stone. And then hire bodyguards for that person.

Anything short of that, well, you'll have fun, you'll learn a lot, and you'll have cool stuff :) Welcome!
Good luck with that! I tried that and just resorted to memorizing my credit card number instead. muahaha.

Welcome and good luck!
 

goodchef1

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as the old saying goes: "hang around a barbershop long enough, you're gonna get a haircut"
 

Knife Geek

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Hi Folks,

I used to think I was walkin' in high cotton because I had some Wustoffs and some Sabatiers. The first step down the primrose path was when I bought my first Murray Carter. And then another. And then a Yoshikane. And then another. And then I bought... You get the picture.

I am looking forward to to being a part of this forum.

Thanks again.

Walt
 
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