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Old 03-02-2013, 04:34 PM
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I would, that is pretty cheap by diamond blade standards....plus I come from the 2 is 1 and 1 is 0 school of thought. If something happens to one blade at least you have a spare.
I agree, Ill start with 2 for now. Thanks
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I agree, Ill start with 2 for now. Thanks
Two, is probably all that you will ever need since you switched to 27% alumina .
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You are just reinforcing an old stereotype with that suggestion.
Yes, as he acknowledged, a major brain infarction. Although that is an unlikely cause of the idea,
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Thanks V,
A major brain infarction on my part. Without insulation your effort is a waste of your precious time and money. Thank god for the active and informative mines on the forum. Remember, there are more than one way to skin a cat! But what do you do with a skinned cat? Cover it in rosemary and red wine and bake it in your over and offer it to the neighbors that complains of a little smoke, that will bring them around and you will have a devious secret. hehehehhehehheheheheh
When I was young, a long time ago, you could walk up the street of my home town with a wheat bag full of rabbit traps. If the local copper came along, instead of a lecture about animal cruelty, the RSPCA always prosecutes and the fine is $1000 per trap, never mind you are doing the farmers a big favour keeping the feral rabbit population down, he'd say "Don't forget me if you get a few boys".
Of course, this really was the good ol' days. If we were walking up the road with our rifles, the conversation was much the same except he might instruct us to not load them until we were out of town.
Know why kids today are always in trouble? Coz we've made perfectly normal young men's pursuits illegal and immoral.

Anyway, way back then we discovered that the only visible difference between a skun feral cat and a skun big rabbit is that one has flat ribs, the other round. If only I could remember which is which.
I never did it myself, of course, I wanted the repeat business. Can't vouch for the kids on the other side of the tracks though. No, really, they weren't some sort of hicks, they really did live on the other side of the railway line.

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In France, markets that sells game are required by law to leave the feet and a turf of fur intact, so people know what they're buying. During the war many, many cats became rabbits. Seems, like everything wants to change its identity.
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Lol at some of these commnets. Rabbit shmabit... Give me a damn boar so i can stuff it in my oven...
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Yes, as he acknowledged, a major brain infarction. Although that is an unlikely cause of the idea,
I know....I was being facetious. Plus everyone knows cats are delicious.
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Cantonese feline stir fry with lobster sauce? Yummy!
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That is the clay I used in my mix
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The rabbits have the flat rib bones and the cats the oval ones. Works the same for sheep and goats.

They are all tasty. What the eye doesn't see the heart doesn't grieve.
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