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I saw Alice in 77 and he really put on a show!
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Ann , my buddy from Vancouver's knife club meets in Surrey.
I buy roosters combs and farmers..........................................................jack knives [/b]
May the Father and Son bless
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Goodness, Gal! Just like stagman, reading your very descriptive post made me tired!
Wish I could still burn the candle at both ends. Glad you've decided to participate with the AAPK forum, my wife says it's just like a Facebook for men and their knives. Now I can report another lady is participating.
I hope you enjoy AAPK.
....tf, I think somebody lit my candle in the middle!!!!...........
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That's an interesting & rather candid introduction & it may even inspire me to try one. I have noticed some of your posts, too. Your account of the sixties sounds about the opposite of mine. I think I participated but I just don't remember much about it. And speaking of Alice Cooper, I saw them at a two-or-three day concert at Rockingham Motor Speedway in NC in 1971. I was just vaguely knowledgeable about them at the time & I regarded them as sort of a "kiddie" band compared to some of the others so I intended to get some sleep when they came on. I was real tired, but I didn't sleep. They gave the best performance of any band there. Blew me away.