Well said Chris.
100% CRK isn’t 100% with the captain missing, but I think the spyderco community should be fine under other leadership, we do owe sal a hand for this creation
This is very true. When death came to my immediate family it was a total mess for 6 months to more than a year, depending on who passed away.
That's exactly how I was thinking about it when I made my response earlier. Not in a morbid, creepy way. But in terms of what he's done here and in the industry in general.cabfrank wrote: ↑Sat Apr 17, 2021 3:14 pmI don't like thinking about these things, and usually I don't. Imagine reading something like this about yourself, from people you haven't actually met, even if they are internet friends. Perhaps we could consider it more as how Spyderco would fare IF Sal decides to retire, and enjoy more leisure time after many years of a lot of work, building a great company. I bet he'd be hard to keep away, and still participate often, on the forum, and with ideas and designs.
I agree, poor taste of words.
Chris, you remember what happened to Dame Eliza Barton (the Holy Maid) in "Bring up the Bodies"?
Hah! Of course! America did well to move on from the power of kings. I am currently reading Peter Ackroyd’s The Tudors. (As an aside, my school was founded by Elizabeth 1 in 1595 - the food tasted like it, too.)JonLeBlanc wrote: ↑Sun Apr 18, 2021 6:26 amChris, you remember what happened to Dame Eliza Barton (the Holy Maid) in "Bring up the Bodies"?
Head, struck off and spiked at Tyburn, as is the King's pleasure, in great mercy of the usual sentence for women who commit high treason, which is to be put into the fire at Smithfield.
but yeah, this thread is passing strange...