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Dick DL381 Culinary Knife Bag, 20" x 10" x 3", 83 cm x43 cm x10 cm, Black
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What Harry Enfield's Stavros the kebab shop owner would think of the Greek ... - Daily Mail

I apply to get Post-It vote, innit. But I receive snotty reply from Athens telling me I don't get no say because I am bloody foreigner what don't live in Greece no more. Blimmin' cheek. Doner be talking to me about bloody foreigners. Tottingham full of immigrants these days. Gyppos begging in street, picking the pocks, camping out by the war memorial, using the park like an open-air lavvy. Is absolute disgust. Last Friday, I had gang of kids calling themself Al Murray or summink, waving that black Izal flag, an' telling me this was now a Muslin area subjeck to Cherie Amour, whoever she is, so I wasn't allow to sell beers no more or they gonna chop off... Had to chase them away with my kebab knife. All the wimmins in black berks, everything cover up except eyeholes. Is like looking at someone through letter-box. Someone sez that Mr Akhbar, nice man what runs public convenience store next to where the bookies used to be, anyway his daughter, only a slip of a girl, has run away to join Izal in Syriza and become yee-haw bride. Every peeps weepin' and wailin' and blamin' Old Bill, like they always do especially over riots an' all. But if you ask me, good rids. Make a change Muslins goin' over there instead of coming over here. Lol, I say, innit. When I move to Tottingham from Greece, Stavros was only kebab taking-away for miles. Peeps beating path to door from all over. Now kebabs everywhere, Lebanese, Somalis, Moroccos, very bad for my busy. If this is what they call single market, they can stuff it. Too much cheap competition. These peeps they come over here, they try take my job and most of them getting benefits, and free council houses, too, on account of breeding like radishes. Is not only Greece in deep doggy-doo, kebab busy is not what it was. My takings well down, even though my dolmades voted best in town three years running by readers of Haringey Shopper. Just today, I get a cheque sent back from the Banko Kleftiko, mark 'Return to Drawer'. What drawer, I thinking to myself. Cutlery drawer, sock drawer, drawer where I keep my Demis Roussos cassettes. So I rings Mr Papadopolis, the manager of the Palmers Green branch, only there no reply, just recording mess which say Banko. Source: www.dailymail.co.uk

Pocket Knives, My Top Five - AmmoLand.com (press release)

Idaho – -( Ammoland. com )- I guess everything in our lives is somewhat influenced by current trends. 50 years ago if you mentioned the term pocket knife you automatically thought of a Case 3-bladed foldup knife didn’t you. Fast forward 50 years and now everyone carries a clip-on assisted opening foldup with a 3 ½-inch blade. So does that mean the old style foldup three bladed pocket knife is obsolete. A lot of ranchers still carry a stockman pocket knife so they can cut their bull calves and hay strings. I don’t know how many Knife Sharpening seminars I conduct every year but at everyone someone pops out a three bladed knife and wants to know how to sharpen it. So they are still popular but myself, for the last 40 years I’ve carried a large foldup. So to cover from old school readers on up to the younger group I’m going to include popular pocket knives that span nearly a century in this list. Stockman Pocket Knives: Out of respect to the old cowboys I have to list them first. They use the shorter stubbier blade to castrate calves. It makes sense when you think about it. If you’ve ever cut calves you’ve probably had a calf slip loose from the wrangler and kick at you. It’s best not to have a knife with a pointed blade when that happens. All you need is a sharp knife to cut the scrotum and remove the testicles. A majority of the cowboys will be using a Case Stockman Knife Model ( http://tiny. cc/pvj4jx ). Larger Foldup Pocket Knives: I’m going to list a 3 ½-inch foldup second because that’s what I carry so of course it’s the right thing to do. I use it for all of my normal day to day task as well as skinning deer when I have a pile of... I like the PUMA 3 1/2. SGB Ranger Folding Knife ( http://tiny. cc/ibzvjx ) either smooth or serrated. Clip-On Foldup Pocket Knives: These are awful popular so I have to place them near the top of the list. I know the clip makes it readily accessible but I don’t necessarily want everyone to know that I have a knife. I’m still mad that we can no longer fly with pocket knives. When I had to fly into Chicago by myself at night it brought me a bit of comfort to have one. I probably don’t have but two clip-on knives so I can’t speak with authority but I’m afraid that they could fall out too easy. Especially if I’m riding a horse up in. Source: www.ammoland.com

Wawarsing Historical Society preserves history of pocket knives - Kingston Daily Freeman

During the 1830s, skilled craftsmen from Sheffield, England, who came by way of Connecticut, set up in Ellenville to take advantage of abundant water power that could be harvested from the many streams in the area, he said. “They made everything by hand. It was such a skilled trade that an apprenticeship lasted 20 years before you could even seriously consider making knives on your own. Craft said by the late 1800s, the Industrial Revolution allowed manufacturers like DeVine to accomplish that same quality with mass production. Each employee specialized on a specific part allowing them to make hundreds a day. Back in those more agrarian days, knives were a much large part of a man or woman’s day then they were today. “Almost every man carried one,” he said. “They used them when they were hunting or cutting ropes. Next to that is a set of knives commemorating the 50th anniversary of World War II, a set he considers especially special to the story of knife-making in Ellenville. “Knives made here were issued to soldiers in all branches of the service in both World Wars,” he said “Paratroopers probably cut their strings when they landed with a knife made in Ellenville. Source: www.dailyfreeman.com

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  • Review: WR Case & Sons Patriotic Stockman Knife

    07/03/15 ,via www.Officer.com

    So when I received the Patriotic Stockman knife from W.R. Case & Sons Cutlery Company, I had to wonder: why did I get this for review? In the end, WHY With a closed length of 4.125”, it's just a little bit big to be an everyday pocket knife. That's

  • What Harry Enfield's Stavros the kebab shop owner would think of the Greek ...

    07/08/15 ,via Daily Mail

    Had to chase them away with my kebab knife. All the wimmins in black berks, everything cover up except Cutlery drawer, sock drawer, drawer where I keep my Demis Roussos cassettes? So I rings Mr Papadopolis, the manager of the Palmers Green branch

  • Pocket Knives, My Top Five

    Idaho – -(Ammoland.com)- I guess everything in our lives is somewhat influenced by current trends. 50 years ago if you mentioned the term pocket knife you automatically thought of a Case 3-bladed foldup knife didn't you? Fast forward 50 years and now 

  • Wawarsing Historical Society preserves history of pocket knives

    09/04/14 ,via Kingston Daily Freeman

    WAWARSING >> The Imperial Schrade Company — makers of all kinds of pocketknives — loomed large over the village of Ellenville for over 100 years, said Richard Craft, a chiropractor who serves as president of the Wawarsing Historical Society and Knife 

  • Harley-Davidson Case Cutlery Collection

    05/23/14 ,via Cycleworld

    Bringing together tested performance, craftsmanship and over 225 years of combined history, W.R. Case & Sons Cutlery Company, America's foremost manufacturer of hand-crafted pocket knives, and Harley-Davidson, the globally renowned and U.S.-based 

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