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  1. #1516
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    KCM,

    if you ever look for a very good sharpening stone, try a Fällkniven CC4!

    I bought one for my backpack because it is light and small. Sharpened all my knifes with it and it works well.
    Specially if you donīt wait until a blade is complete run down and you need cruder material to get a "new" cut on the blade. To use this one regularly on the ceramic side in fact safes the material on a blade!

    I made a lot of knifes yet with it and there is no material gone so far from the CC4.

    30 $ which is worth to spent!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom_Restorer View Post
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    this Movie is CULT !!
    Yes, but isn't it supposed to be "One FLEW Over the Cuckoo's Nest"?? Read the top of that video shot that appears in the post -- it says "One FLOOR Over the Cuckoo's Nest".
    "...I've got silver in the stars and gold in the morning sun" - Don Williams

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    Quote Originally Posted by bill from lachine View Post
    Simon,

    Happy birthday and wishing you many, many more.

    Regards + HH

    Bill
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    Guess you mean A LOT of many many MANY more

    If he donīt show up today I guess he makes party with his family. Hope he has a great day!
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    Quote Originally Posted by kcm View Post
    Yes, but isn't it supposed to be "One FLEW Over the Cuckoo's Nest"?? Read the top of that video shot that appears in the post -- it says "One FLOOR Over the Cuckoo's Nest".
    .

    Recognized it and was still wondering...
    I donīt understand the joke at all. May someone can translate it in an understandable way for me
    I am thinking and thinking and try to translate it but I am complete gone lost... LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by bill from lachine View Post
    Tom,
    Like you I enjoy a beer that has a bit of a bite not wimpy....you need some hops to give it character which is where the bitterness comes from.

    The beer I brew is from concentrated kits at least it has some flavor unlike a lot of commercial beer in North America and not loaded with chemicals nor pasteurized.

    Regards + HH

    Bill


    Regards + HH
    Bill
    Saw this organic beer on TV ad.Looks good :yum: Michelob Ultra Continues Its Commitment to Health and Wellness With New Premium Organic Brew ? Adweek
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    A lot of people don't like the idea, but after doing some research, I got a new bench grinder a while back and plan to use wooden discs with various grits of media on them. Will be nice to get those mirrored edges so quickly. Plus, I have different angles on different knives -- depends on the use. Setting up a jig that'll make sharpening much faster and more precise.

    Not to mention, wife has LOTS of things she wants buffed back to a mirror finish. Was her choice for me to get a "deluxe" grinder. *lol*

    I'm actually going to set up a 2nd setup using an electric drill for the motor, and have 4 or 5 different wheels, each with its own grit. That'll be nice!
    "...I've got silver in the stars and gold in the morning sun" - Don Williams

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom_Restorer View Post
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    Recognized it and was still wondering...
    I donīt understand the joke at all. May someone can translate it in an understandable way for me
    I am thinking and thinking and try to translate it but I am complete gone lost... LOL
    I'm guessing someone made a mistake, but don't know. Won't have fast internet again for another week, so no need for me to try playing videos. Maybe that clip has been modified?
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    Quote Originally Posted by kcm View Post
    A lot of people don't like the idea, but after doing some research, I got a new bench grinder a while back and plan to use wooden discs with various grits of media on them. Will be nice to get those mirrored edges so quickly. Plus, I have different angles on different knives -- depends on the use. Setting up a jig that'll make sharpening much faster and more precise.

    Not to mention, wife has LOTS of things she wants buffed back to a mirror finish. Was her choice for me to get a "deluxe" grinder. *lol*


    I'm actually going to set up a 2nd setup using an electric drill for the motor, and have 4 or 5 different wheels, each with its own grit. That'll be nice!
    ..

    If you mean one like this, they are in fact great! But nothing for a backpack
    You canīt get a more precise cut going it by hand!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kcm View Post
    Yes, but isn't it supposed to be "One FLEW Over the Cuckoo's Nest"?? Read the top of that video shot that appears in the post -- it says "One FLOOR Over the Cuckoo's Nest".
    ..

    btw, who is this long haired woman sitting right to Nicholson ? Like the atavistic facial impressions. Exactly my taste
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    Quote Originally Posted by bill from lachine View Post
    Tom,
    Like you I enjoy a beer that has a bit of a bite not wimpy....you need some hops to give it character which is where the bitterness comes from.

    The beer I brew is from concentrated kits at least it has some flavor unlike a lot of commercial beer in North America and not loaded with chemicals nor pasteurized.

    Regards + HH

    Bill


    Regards + HH
    Bill
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    sounds tasteful!

    Please drink one or two for me - OK?!!
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    That's no woman. It's a guy....an American Indian. I'm sure you would've recognized this if we still would force them to wear their bows and arrows, or stand out front of a business as if made from wood. Name:  ROFL - Copy.gif
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    Nope, that's not the sharpener I have in mind. Let me find what I'm looking for.....might take a while with this slow connection (throttled-down speeds).
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    Haven't seen these, but I think they'll give you an idea of what I have in mind:




    I have an electric drill with a lot of torque that is also reversible, so plan to set that up to power a set of multiple discs mounted on a length of solid rod (not all-thread).
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    Tom,
    Probably just a typo I wouldn't try to figure it out any other way.

    Regards + HH

    Bill



    Quote Originally Posted by Tom_Restorer View Post
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    Recognized it and was still wondering...
    I donīt understand the joke at all. May someone can translate it in an understandable way for me
    I am thinking and thinking and try to translate it but I am complete gone lost... LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by kcm View Post
    That's no woman. It's a guy....an American Indian. I'm sure you would've recognized this if we still would force them to wear their bows and arrows, or stand out front of a business as if made from wood. Name:  ROFL - Copy.gif
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    Nope, that's not the sharpener I have in mind. Let me find what I'm looking for.....might take a while with this slow connection (throttled-down speeds).
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    ooops...... oh oh.... oooooops

    OK guys, see you back in 2 or 3 years when enough grass has grown over my posting....
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