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    Never a dull moment hoglahoo's Avatar
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    The virgin thighs are going to have to be reviewed first before they can be used on such an auspicious razor
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    Quote Originally Posted by hoglahoo View Post
    The virgin thighs are going to have to be reviewed first before they can be used on such an auspicious razor
    They may be as rare as a Chronik razor (running and ducking for cover)
    Be careful how you treat people on your way up, you may meet them again on your way back down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JimmyHAD View Post
    They may be as rare as a Chronik razor (running and ducking for cover)
    There's a Roman Polanski joke in there somewhere...

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    Quote Originally Posted by mparker762 View Post
    There's a Roman Polanski joke in there somewhere...
    NICE!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bruce View Post
    Gettem Charlie!! I love it.

    I'm thinking of bringing out a line of razors myself. I'll knock apart a bunch of ball bearings and weld the balls together - fold 'em and weld 'em, etc. a bunch of times and mix a little wootz in for good measure. Then I'll forge the blanks to near perfect shape so a minimal amount of grinding will be needed and bathe them in boiling lead to get just the perfect hardness - preferably a Rockwell 62.63 to 63.64 for honing that is a bit challenging, but when honemeisterly honed, the edge will do baby's butts for months and months.

    The scales will be carved from hand sawn lumber taken from branches selected by a Sierra Club forester who pruned them from a 319 year old virgin white oak tree in Earl Weyerhauser's back yard.

    The size? A perfect 13/16 with a .2439 thick spine. The finish: lustrous matte.

    I have yet to assign a price to these units, but figure that for something as pedestrian as a razor they should go for between about 17 and 23 bucks, depending a lot on how much platinum I alloy into the rivet stock. I know it seems like a lot, but I need a sandwich at least every other day and the tent could use a couple of patches.

    Think they'll fly?
    Bruce,

    You are my hero, doncha no

    You must have a lot of balls to make blades like that. As long as the scales are not polished on chicken thighs I think the razor will be a winner.

    A sandwich every other day, you live like a king.

    Your minion,

    Charlie

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    Quote Originally Posted by radaddict View Post
    And don't forget that Hart Steel is "an American Razor and Cutlery Company." It's entirely possible that their business plan revolves around the cutlery part and "oh, by the way, we can go to market very quickly with a straight razor" as sauce for the goose.

    Disclaimer: Once again I am merely speculating.

    I've got it!!!!!!!!
    My new utensil is going to be a:

    "STORK" A STRAIGHT/FORK

    If anyone steals my idea, heads will roll. LOL
    I have dibs on "STORK", "SPOZER" AND "SCOMB"

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