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  • Howdyho

    hiya folks, Dave here (or not!) aka CMOT
    Happy collector and user of knives for several years, particularly folders but fixed blades too (and more so as circumstance dictates ).

    Hopefully dipping my toes in grinding/making too, as time, tools and available steel permit.

    Good to see some familiar faces, and equally good to see a bunch of others - it seems to be getting found at a good pace for a young site.

  • #2
    Re: Howdyho

    Welcome to the family Davesnothereman....come on in, the discussions are even better inside!


    • #3
      Re: Howdyho

      How are you going?
      Stewart Townsend
      Australian Knifemakers Guild

      The plural of knife is knives.
      One knife.
      Two knives.
      The plural possessive is knives'.


      • #4
        Re: Howdyho

        G'day Stewart
        All's well on the whole thanks, but sharp steel and the interwebs have been on the back-burner for a while. Busy trying to negotiate regular access time with my 3yo son... when that's sorted out I'm off to the UN to foster a lasting peace agreement in the Middle East, which will be a piece of cake in comparison.


        • #5
          Re: Howdyho

          Originally posted by Davesnothereman
          hiya folks, Dave here (or not!) aka CMOT
          Happy collector and user of knives for several years, ...
          And a fan of Mr Pratchett and Messrs Cheech and Chong, no less!

          Good to see you around.

          Reality is that which, when you stop believing in it, doesn't go away. - Philip K. Dick


          • #6
            Re: Howdyho

            G'day Mike, you're obviously a well read gent
            Actually not a huge fan of Cheech&Chong, but they have their moments. When your name is David you inevitably learn that you're not anywhere you think you may be.. ever. :P


            • #7
              Re: Howdyho

              Hiya Dave, welcome.
              I'm glad to see there's a few of us who like to inhabit the "Discworld"!
              Sam Vimes is my hero, Granny Weatherwax is my heroine and I've got the hots for Susan Sto-Helit.


              • #8
                Re: Howdyho

                Pratchett is a twisted genius. A Riddle wrapped in a mystery inside an enigma. And just plain hilarious. Welcome. Dave.
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