(1) Kai MHS0700 Shun Steel Series 7 Piece Block Set
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Yeah, that's right! We're not scared of you! Of course, we might be if you
had a Kai MHS0700 Shun Steel Series 7pc Block Set. But
you don't! We do! So there's no chance of you coming at us with a Santoku or
Of course, if you were to buy a Kai MHS0700 Shun
Steel Series 7pc Block Set, then maybe we'd be on even footing. Maybe then we'd
cower in fear as you held up your bread knife and your serrated utility knife
and honing steel. "How are you doing that?" we'd say, as you laughed your
But, see, you don't have a Kai MHS0700 Shun Steel
Series 7pc Block Set. So you've got no way to get revenge on us. You certainly
aren't going to buy a Kai MHS0700 Shun Steel Series 7pc
Block Set. That would be taking a stand, and someone like you would never do
that. So you're just going to have to sit there and take it. Enjoy the worst
woot-off ever, you suckers! Ha ha ha ha ha!
Warranty: Limited Lifetime Kai
VG-10 stainless steel is clad with 16 layers of SUS410 high-carbon steel on each side, producing a 33-layer
rust-free Damascus look
VG-10 "super steel" is composed of Carbon, Chromium, Cobalt, Manganese,
Molybdenum, Silicon, and Vanadium
VG-10's Rockwell Hardness rating of 61 ensures that it takes and holds its
incredibly sharp edge longer
VG-10 cutting core clad with 32 layers of SUS410
Shun Steel knives feature stainless-steel handles with the unique "D" shape
for stable, easy grip
Stainless-steel bolsters and end caps
Uniquely stable "D" shape handle design as well as the clad VG-10 blade. The
"D" shape precisely fits the way the hand curves around the handle. The
asymmetrical bolster is ground out more on the right side to provide proper
finger placement and an easy, secure grip
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GREIGEVILLE - Residents are still reeling from the multichromatic devastation unleashed here by a tornado of color early Friday morning.
Rated an F5 on the intensity scale, the tornado descended upon the taupe and cream streets with it a garishly vivid horror rarely seen in the area.
"This has always been a nice, neutral-toned kind of town," said local egg farmer Buff Ecru, 57. "I'd never even heard of 'cyan'.
"I wish to hell I still hadn't."
The town's main street, Ivory Boulevard, was virtually unrecognizable in the wake of the storm, its pale storefront facades a brilliant chaos of color. A handwritten sign posted Friday on a popular local restaurant, the Clamshell, read CLOSED FOR DECOLORIZATION. At this point, nobody can say exactly when the Clamshell will resume serving its signature vanilla-and-marshmallow milkshakes. But residents had larger worries.
"The Elks Hall is magenta," Ecru continued, clearly shaken. "Think about that: magenta. Who ever heard of a magenta elk? It's wrong."
City officials vowed to begin cleanup immediately and salvage as much of the town's historic drabness as possible. But whatever happens, one thing is certain: life here will never look the same again.
Wear this shirt: to reassure everybody in the basement with you that tornadoes can be fun.
Don't wear this shirt: and try to make jokes about how you're a colored person.
This shirt tells the world: "Cy-y-y-yan...over you..."
We call this color: White Is Too A Color
Design Placement: Centered
3X - S: 13.4" x 19" WXL - WS: 10.05" x 14.25" K12 - K4: 9" x 12.75"
Pantone Color(s): Process Cyan C - Process Magenta C - Process Yellow C - Black - Cool Gray 3C
It's the eternal struggle: muscle or smarts? Work hard or work
smart? Beat-people-up Batman or analyze-fibers-found-at-the-scene
Batman? To our ancient ancestors, the bow-and-arrow must have seemed
like an overly complicated egghead's substitute for an honestly chucked
spear. When the Pyramids were under construction, there were probably
some he-man Hebrews scoffing at their spindlier brethren for shoving
those stones up an inclined plane. And today, there are those who say
this Wine Enthusiast Cork Jet pump-style corkscrew is an unnecessary
solution to a problem that the simple corkscrew already has under
We say, save the twisting and shouting for the
Isley Brothers. You've got all that grey pudding in your skull for a
reason, right? The Cork Jet puts the power of compressed CO2
to work for you, because you're a lot smarter than some cloud of gas
molecules. Just remove the foil with the included cutter, place the
Cork Jet over the bottle neck, and push down to penetrate the cork with
the needle. Then just press the button at the top and let the Cork Jet
take it from there. A harmless inert gas lifts the cork right out of
the bottle. Rotate the silver part at the bottom counterclockwise to
release the cork from the Jet. It's the shortest route between you and
you should know that using this on Champagne or sparkling wines could
permanently end your enjoyment of wine, and life itself. Cork Jet is not
recommended for square or rectangular bottles, either, nor those
bottles that are partially square or rectangular. And after you open
about 80 bottles, you'll need another CO2 cartridge from Wine Enthusiast. But a big-brained mammal like you oughtta have no problem keeping all that in mind.
Warranty: 90 Day Wine Enthusiast
Uncork easily without twisting or tugging
Insert the needle into the cork, push the button, and watch the cork pop out instantly without any effort