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  1. Eversharp!

    Traditional Teacher Appreciation

    Me too. Not really ready to stop.
  2. Eversharp!

    Traditional Teacher Appreciation

    Retired three years ago after 40 years of teaching. Taught middle school and high school, mostly high school, American History and Economics. Carried a SAK tinker and/or a Queen peanut for all those years. I have been coaching wrestling even longer - 48 years. Did not get to coach this past...
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    The unofficial, non binding, carries no weight, 2021 forum knife possibility discussion thread

    Would prefer wood first and then bone, but would be happy with either.
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    The unofficial, non binding, carries no weight, 2021 forum knife possibility discussion thread

    In the interest of variety, I think we have had enough straight edge Forum knives for a while. It would be nice if Great Eastern would make an 85 with a coping blade. The best of both worlds - lots of belly and a straight edge for the masses.
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    BF2020 Viper Swayback Discuss Thread

    Thanks Mike and BladeForums!
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    What "Traditional Knife" are ya totin' today?

    Since it's a "good guy" outlaw, how about the Lone Ranger.
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    Attention BF2020 Away We Go - Books are closed

    Order placed. Thanks to Mike and all involved.
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    What a great place the porch is.

    What a wonderful example of what empathy and sacrifice are all about. Hats off!
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    Lets talk GEC!

    Hey Will, this one is for you. #33 from 2011.
  10. Eversharp!

    Wooden Wednesday - Traditionals only please

    A laguiole in pistachio wood.
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    LETS SEE THOSE MAGNIFICENT HJ's

    I actually bought it off the Exchange about 8 years ago. It's birth pre-dates my "blades forum" time and the start of my Great Eastern addiction. It is one of fifty.
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    LETS SEE THOSE MAGNIFICENT HJ's

    A 54 HJ from 08.
  13. Eversharp!

    Beverages and Blades - Traditional of Course

    It's called a waiters knife or corkscrew because waiters should be able to open your bottle while standing next to your table and holding the bottle in their hands and not setting it down on your table to open.
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