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Frequently Asked Questions About Knives and Knife Collecting The Knife Junkie Podcast (Episode 27)
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? Welcome to the nice junkie podcast. Your weekly dose of knife. News and information about knives and knife collecting, here's your hosts Jim person involved the knife junkie to Marco. Welcome to the ninth junkie podcast episode number twenty seven I'm Jim person. And I'm Bob DeMarco from the knife junkie dot com. Welcome to today's episode. And we've got a lot to talk about and it's gonna be kinda different. And I say that a lot of different episode. But today, we're going to kind of take a look at some of the frequently asked questions or most commented on time things from the knife junkie videos from the podcast and from Instagram comments. And I am messages, and that kind of thing that Bob the knife chunky DeMarco get so an interesting show. I think Bob where we've got a lot of some basic questions, but some that are going to lead to more involve kind of answers and things along that line. So it should be pretty interesting show and thinking, yes, some of the questions are personal, you know, about my collection about my my outlook on on certain things. Others are just questions about best practices in terms of collecting storing sharp knickknack kinda thing things that everybody really should. Need the know? I'm kind of looking forward to it. Because I need that basic knowledge. So I'm looking for some of those more basic things, but I for we get into that. I gotta say welcome back. Bob, you were on vacation this past week and hope you'll hopefully had a good time. I was indeed yet I'm trying to Slough the vacation off of me now. So I can go back to work tomorrow. But yeah, we had a wonderful time. I took my family. My my wife, and I took the family to a tropical location a place we'd been before. And we had a great time. Every day was perfect and beautiful. So perfect beautiful that after seven days, I started to feel a little itchy. If not not for my sunburn, just from running back home and into the thick of things probably more from the sun bird, again, imagine wanting to get back to work, but hey, you know, sometimes the routine out. Yeah. Yeah. Exactly. Sometimes the routine levels, you took one knife with me on vacation, Jim. Okay. And it's the the good old pink cold steel, broken skull with these negatives. Attachment on it. And this is the second time I've gone on vacation with this. And if you're if you're leaving the country going somewhere, actually, if you're going anywhere even in the country. Make sure you check the local laws that being said, I stuck to the resort where we were staying. So I was in in no real danger carrying this thing around. But it was good to have on me because there were lots of sort of like luau events and kebab events without without proper cutting utensils. So I had the cold steel broken skull on me, it's a great steak knife. And I'm not schilling for colts deal right now. But let me say I've traveled twice with this knife. And it's great slight weight. It's then it's capable and it's pink. So it it that adds a little cognitive dissonance of people ask kinda hard to hard to miss it. Right. Yeah. It's like a picnic picnic knife. But there are certain things.