sal wrote:Knife afi's are pretty far out, steel junky's more so, but "edge junky's" are just nuts.
SpyderEdgeForever wrote: Also, do you think a kangaroo would eat a bowl of spagetti with sauce if someone offered it to them?
THANK YOU for those pics, I’ve never been sure how the Native stacked up to the p3. P3 is my favorite. I’ll get the LW at some point.
Maybe not sense, but cents... and $$$bearfacedkiller wrote: ↑Sat Apr 20, 2019 1:33 pmWe had a poll and suggested all sorts of names. In the end they seem to have gone off in their own direction with it. The name never really made sense to me so I am no more confused now than I was then. Honestly, the name isn’t the only thing about this knife that doesn’t make sense to me.
first world calamity.Liquid Cobra wrote: ↑Fri Apr 19, 2019 1:16 pmMichael Janich wrote: ↑Fri Apr 19, 2019 7:38 amThe name if the knife is the Para 3.
The reference in the video was an honest mistake, as was the error in the labeling of the C223GPBNBK.
We apologize for any confusion these errors may have caused and sincerely hope you consider raising your threshold of "calamity"...
I was just having a bit of fun. I took your advice and checked the definition of calamity.
noun [ C ] UK /kəˈlæm.ə.ti/ US /kəˈlæm.ə.t̬i/
a serious accident or bad event causing damage or suffering:
Overkill for sure.
Word Origin & History
early 15c., from Middle French calamite (14c.), from Latin calamitatem (nominative calamitas) "damage, loss, failure; disaster, misfortune, adversity," origin obscure. Early etymologists associated it with calamus "straw" (see shawm); but it is perhaps from a lost root preserved in incolumis "uninjured," from PIE *kle-mo-, from base *kel- "to strike, cut" (the handle of a sword or dagger).
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