I'm with ya! If you ain't first, you're last! LolEvil D wrote:I relate this topic to my other hobby, which is drag racing. I don't need 500hp, I don't need to drive a race car disguised as a street car. I can get by perfectly fine with a '88 Ford Fiesta as far as getting from A to B, but I don't HAVE to so why would I? People who fall into the category of "enthusiast" tend to spend good money on the things they're enthusiastic about.
Absolutely, I am totally on board with your comments. It's interesting to me.Kev83 wrote:Totally agree with you BAL! Every aspect of our life has some form or another of what is deemed as excess. Just thought I'd see how people thought that pertained to the knife community
Well Ted, I'd agree where diamonds are concerned, and that there is a point where quiet elegance ends and gaudy begins, but if Spyderco ever offered a clipless Kopa, real (Moki) Kiwi, or a bolstered Stretch or Chaparral tricked out like this Wm Henry Monarch I'd own and carry at least one.phillipsted wrote:The minute I start salivating over gold and diamond encrusted art knives, I want you guys to slap some sense into me, OK?
-er, me, by way of Tyrion LannisterI drink, and I cut things.
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