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Are expensive knives worth it?

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Insipid Moniker

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On thing I will say, I used to try to find some imagined need for a new knife, then search for a knife to match that supposed need.

Now I just buy knives that I think I will enjoy, no pretense, no excuses, and I find that with this philosophy I'm MUCH more likely to think the knife I bought is worth the money I spent.
 

000Robert

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One advantage of owning a Harley, and having an unpaved driveway: the leaking oil will keep the dust down!

We're on a roll now!

One of my ex-girlfriends bought a new Harley a couple of years ago. I've never seen any oil on the pavement under it.
 
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One good thing about Harleys: they're easy to work on...




And you get so much practice!
If you were to ride enough,they all get worked on. Tires,brakes,ect. Though I've been stranded by a Honda with 15k miles. Wrenched on laws, and lots of issues with a yam.

But myself, I don't care what you ride. If it bothers you what I ride it's your problem.

I gave up wrench on jap years ago. I find it to be cheap and disposable. But you ride what you want.





I put a few miles on, and traveled much of the country, and Canada. So I am just not going take some people serious until they throw their tally wacker on the bar to measure.

Even then ride what you want.
 

Hackenslash

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The point that many of us are making (I hope) is that there’s functionally little difference between a Hog and a Vespa.

99.9 times out of 100, the Hyundai will go from point A to point B as well as a tricked out Raptor.

There are value judgements made at all levels of consumerism. If you buy any value added product, whether leather seats, multi-wheel drive or a lift kit, you’ve taken part in the process. That process ends with the selection of a knife that’s more expensive than the cheapest option.

Now just shut up and don’t make me embarrass you in front of all GKD.
 

Bob Denman

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I think the point is to keep riding to the stores to keep buying knives...
 

knarfeng

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We're done. This is a knife forum. Motorcycle forum is elsewhere

Z Zerk
Please edit your post. The term "Jap" is deemed offensive by some forum members. It never was a polite term.

If I have to edit it, a warning will go along with it. Just sayin'
 
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