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Bulldogbacchus

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Greetings from Longview, Texas, land of the tall women and the virgin pines.
My name is Matt Holcomb. I am a novice knife collector, sometimes cook, and full time surgeon. I just found this corner of the net and look forward to getting to know you.
Best regards, Matt.
 

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Welcome to the Knut House, Matt! You sound like real cutup! You should fit right in here!
 

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Greetings from Longview, Texas, land of the tall women and the virgin pines.
My name is Matt Holcomb. I am a novice knife collector, sometimes cook, and full time surgeon. I just found this corner of the net and look forward to getting to know you.
Best regards, Matt.
Geez - All these years I thought it was the land of virgin women and tall pines. :doublethumbsup: Guess I may need to schedule a visit.

Welcome aboard.
 

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Greetings from Longview, Texas, land of the tall women and the virgin pines.
My name is Matt Holcomb. I am a novice knife collector, sometimes cook, and full time surgeon. I just found this corner of the net and look forward to getting to know you.
Best regards, Matt.
Welcome! Lol not virgin women and tall pines. My best friend is a spinal surgeon I would get surgical glue for fishing injuries on the boats. Practice safe knife skills those are valuable hands. Enjoy the forum it's a lot of fun.
 

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Thanks to all of you for the welcome. I look forward to hanging around here. Its a bit of a departure from my normal use of a "knife". The ones I use daily are short (One inch), cheap (less than a dollar), and easily dulled (cutting 12 inches of thick skin can dull a scalpel). I can already see that none of those attributes will apply here. Thanks again for the welcome. Matt
 

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Sounds like you need to have Devin make you a dammy scalpel!
 
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