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    tuffy braithwaite
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    my day ended with a nice Shun done on my new mounted wicked edge.

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    #37383
    NotVerySharp
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    Great little video. I’ll be watching it a few more times I’m sure.  I’m really glad you enjoy sharpening.  I’ll be analyzing how you did the whole thing.  Hope you enjoyed it as much as I did watching it.   You can make $, but you can’t make time.  Thank you for sharing your time with us by making that video.

    #37400
    NotVerySharp
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    Tuffy, what kind of glove do you have on in the video?

    Where did you get your phrase “stand by” can I ask sir? LOL Were y ou in the tv industry?

    Clay needs to make you the official spokesperson for his company, heh.  I just love  your video’s.  You are destined for Hollywood sir!  ( or atleast the knife channel )

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    tuffy braithwaite
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    Tuffy, what kind of glove do you have on in the video? Where did you get your phrase “stand by” can I ask sir? LOL Were y ou in the tv industry? Clay needs to make you the official spokesperson for his company, heh. I just love your video’s. You are destined for Hollywood sir! ( or atleast the knife channel )

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    gloves from a local company that sells bricks and blocks:  Kraft tool is maker.

    stand by…….i was in the fishing industry for long time on radio…….<“)))))<>(

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    tcmeyer
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    “Stand by” is a common phrase in voice radio communications.  Of course, its purpose is to ask you to “wait for my reply” or further communications.  I suspect that the origin came from early days in radio and literally asked you to stay at your communications station (your radio) in anticipation of further info.

    #37428
    NotVerySharp
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    I would never have guessed the fishing industry.

    #37432
    tuffy braithwaite
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    back in the 80’s steamed around cape henry…..heading to the fish…..flounder was target specie……..4 to 7 days at sea.

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