Hidden bonus!!. don't know if posted before but i took it from my memecenter account. new i know the secret behind everyone buying these headphones. I am displeased with your use of watermark. car bonus coin Money funny
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#11 - bonboy
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(12/28/2012) [-]
Wait so everybody buys ****** thousand dollars worth of headphones just to take out one ******* part to use as some shopping cart token? the ****?
#14 to #11 - Shadow Guardian
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(12/28/2012) [-]
Those headphones aren't real Beats. They're a knockoff brand. $10-$20 tops.
#15 to #14 - bonboy
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(12/28/2012) [-]
Okay but still, couldn't you make a CD cut out and use that?
#18 to #15 - xtrmbragnrytz
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(12/28/2012) [-]
or you could jsut use a quarter like a normal ******* person
#20 to #18 - bonboy
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(12/28/2012) [-]
Exactly.
#31 - lordofthenash
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(12/29/2012) [-]
I am displeased with your use of watermark.
I am displeased with your use of watermark.
#33 - DCat
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(12/29/2012) [-]
9gag AND a memecenter watermark? That's a whole new level of faggotry, OP.
#30 - bosshogoutlaw
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(12/29/2012) [-]
Bought mine so I'd be able to block out everyone I find annoying. It's so hard to masturbate in public when people keep yelling at you and screaming...
Bought mine so I'd be able to block out everyone I find annoying. It's so hard to masturbate in public when people keep yelling at you and screaming...
#39 to #30 - deathhardiv
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(12/29/2012) [-]
You could just by a normal pair of headphones or earbuds
Beats is just paying for the brand name
#43 - thewellhungarian
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(12/29/2012) [-]
Glad to see a Benchmade here on FJ.

Whoever's content this was origionally, I salute you.
#58 to #43 - kievaughnb
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(12/29/2012) [-]
What model is that?

I used to be really into knives, and I still have a lot of my knowledge retained.
#61 to #58 - thewellhungarian
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(12/29/2012) [-]
To be honest, I am not sure since I am not a balisong man myself (I like traditional stuff a lot more). It looks to be an older model though.
Sorry I can't help you out on that one :/

On a somewhat related note, what kind of knives were you in to?

Pic related, it's an example of what I like (This pic I borrowed from a buddy in Canada. He modified this Opinel No.8 and replaced the handle with Moose antler. I am hoping to get one done just like it here soon).
#62 to #61 - kievaughnb
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(12/29/2012) [-]
I was fairly into pocket knives, but I enjoyed bushcraft knives and large-ish fixed blades as well. i have a Fallkniven F1, in fact.

I was never into tacticool ****.
#63 to #62 - thewellhungarian
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(12/29/2012) [-]
Looks like we have some of the same tastes here.

I only own one Bushcraft knife (Condor Bushlore) and I like it, The only problem is that I feel that they should have used 3/32" stock instead of 1/8" stock for a scandi grind. I have always wanted a puukko, but I am going to wait until I can justify a using one and get myself a custom. As for larger fixed blades, Becker an ESEE are good manufacturers.

Also, I am glad to see someone who isn't into the tacticool/mall ninja ********. I never understood it at all.

Are you into axes at all?
#64 to #63 - kievaughnb
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(12/29/2012) [-]
Oh, yeah. You're reminding me of a lot of stuff when you say Becker and ESEE. And scandi grind. And puukko. I looked at quite a few knives with Scandi grinds and thought about buying a Frosts Mora.

I'm not very much into axes, but I'm still willing to give them a look. I was really into Gransfors Bruks axes for a while.
#65 to #64 - thewellhungarian
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(12/30/2012) [-]
Mora's are awesome knives for the money, but I cannot sharpen Scandi's, I only can do convex edges. Gransfors Bruks axes are my dream axes; I'll pick one or two up one of these days.

I haven't been into fixed blades as much as I used to since I haven't had many chances to go outdoors though. My thing now is pocketknives, mainly slipjoints.
#66 to #65 - kievaughnb
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(12/30/2012) [-]
Funny, I'm really bad at convex edges, but I assume I'd be fine with a scandi (I'm pretty good with shallow bevels on flat ground knives, and it's not a far jump to scandi from there). Older slipjoints were often made with some great steel.

I really want a Mora, but for the time being, I'm too poor even for that.
#67 to #66 - thewellhungarian
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(12/30/2012) [-]
The reason I am good with convex edges is due to my sharpening setup. I use sandpaper on a mousepad or on my leather strop. Sharpening on a surface with a little give like that allows the abrasive surface to wrap around the edge and, seeing as you aren't using too much pressure and dulling the blade, it will make a nice convex edge. Honestly, full flat ground blades are my all-time favorite for my knives; hollow grinds are my bind up too much in cuts for me, especially when cutting wood.

If you ever come across any old slippies and want to know if it is good or not, feel free to shoot me a message or something. A lot of the older stuff was awesome carbon steel. Shrades made in the USA, Boker, Cammilus, any old Victorinox or Wenger, Brantford Cutlery Co., Hammer Brand, Case, Keen Kutter and stuff are all really good finds (just a few brands for examples).

I am sorry to hear your financial troubles, I hope everything pans out for ya soon, my friend! I bet you can find a Mora Clipper or something similar for around $10.
#68 to #67 - kievaughnb
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(12/30/2012) [-]
Thanks, man. :3

And yeah, that setup is absolutely ideal for convex grinds. A cheap sharpening stone will usually do the trick for flat grinds, though.

I don't have much experience with carbon steel, but I was saving up for a KABAR made with 1095. From what I've heard, if you're nice to carbon steel, it's nice to you.

Have you seen the knives made with railroad spikes, or files? Those are insanely good carbon steel, and it's similar to the stuff they used for higher end slipjoints back in the day.

All those brand names are bringing back memories about knives that include things I thought I'd forgotten by now. Thanks. :3
#69 to #68 - thewellhungarian
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(12/30/2012) [-]
Of course dude, I am glad to help you bring back some memories!

I can use stones for convex as well, but I hate the square corners; I cannot do recurves on squared off stones.

When it comes to Carbon steels, people really tend to over-react when it comes to maintenance. 1095 is one of my all time favorite steels: easy to sharpen, gets scary sharp and holds that edge for a good while. Just oil it every once in a while and don't put it away wet. I have carried many of my carbon blades outdoors, in humid areas, etc without issues. If it does rust, oil and a scotch brite pad should do the trick. Also, the KA-BAR should have the black coating, so rust shouldn't be much of an issue at all.

Most of those files are made from W-2, I think. Awesome wear resistance but lower corrosion resistance. I am always fascinated by people able to take hunks of steel and forge it to make such dependable cutting tools.
#70 to #69 - kievaughnb
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(12/30/2012) [-]
I'm not particularly educated in tool steels and carbon steels.

Why use a recurve? :p
#71 to #70 - thewellhungarian
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(12/30/2012) [-]
This link tells about a bunch of steels and their properties:
You need to login to view this link shtml

As for recurves, they are good for maximizing cutting power I think as the material being cut is trapped in the curve and forced along the edge into the deep curves, but I don't know for sure. The recurves I sharpen are usually for a friend, or I am fixing up a vintage knife that was abused so much that part of the blade becomes a recurve after sharpening it.
#72 to #71 - kievaughnb
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(12/30/2012) [-]
Ah. I'd think a recurve would be good for slicing, because basically the whole blade is belly.

And thanks!
#73 to #72 - thewellhungarian
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(12/30/2012) [-]
That would make sense too depending on the cutting surface.

And you're welcome :)
#32 - bugplayer
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(12/29/2012) [-]
So these headphones have the ability to summon shopping carts?
#29 - krizz
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(12/29/2012) [-]
>buy $400 headset
>Save $1 on ******* baskets (or whatever you call em)
#44 - captainwow
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(12/29/2012) [-]
Dem watermarks.
#34 - desmondaltairezio
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(12/29/2012) [-]
what is that thing on the cart?
i dont get it
#36 to #34 - anon
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(12/29/2012) [-]
its a lock. to unlock it, put a quarter in it, then lock it back to get your money back, it prevents the carts to be spread around the parking lot.
#40 to #34 - argonianmaidohonor
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(12/29/2012) [-]
They have them on a shopping trolley/ cart in places where they don't trust you with their ****. So there is like this slot where you pull out a one pound coin (in the UK) and then you push it in and this key thing that latches all the trolleys together pops out and bobs your wanker. You can now use their trolley/ cart but if you want your coin you must force the key thing back in the hole and pull your coin out.
#57 - stylinstalin
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(12/29/2012) [-]
Master race, reporting in.
#60 to #57 - yousucknojutsu
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(12/29/2012) [-]
Bitch please.