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The knife affliction - in song

Discussion in 'Non-Firearm Weapons' started by hso, Aug 2, 2013.

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  1. hso

    hso Moderator Staff Member

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    I love that guy! He explains many of my afflictions in song with a heavy dose of humor.:)
     
  3. Fred Fuller

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    Talented guy... very funny and oh so true.
     
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    I watched several of his videos. These are hilarious. I wish I had that kind of talent.
     
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    Didnt mention the Sebenza.

    Must be a fake :D
     
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    Great Song.
     
  7. olderguns

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    I guess I'm in the minority because I don't care for his singing and his piano playing is mediocre at best.
    The lyrics are pretty good, but needs a better voice to do them justice.
     
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    I guess you're Simon Cowell.
     
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    I enjoyed it for what I think it was presented to be - a light-hearted, humorous take on a hobby.

    I'm not as "bad off" as the song indicates, as my collection is mild and I'm actually satisfied with some rather mundane stuff. But I totally understand. :)



    The reloading song came up for me next, and I listened to it also. I liked it too - a little better, actually. (I don't reload, btw)
     
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    Ricebasher302,
    No not judgemental just don't like him, not saying you can't like him.
    Just like I think Hank Williams and Janice Joplin are the best two singers I've heard even if everyone told me I was wrong It wouldn't change mind, nobody has to like the same thing.
     
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    It ain't about the musical talent.:rolleyes:
     
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    Ya I get that its about love of knifes Sorry if I offended with my opinion,
    But even with my love of guns & knifes, I wouldn't care to hear a duet of Roseanne barr and rosie o'donald singing about them...
    And the eye roll thing isn't my favorite icon either I have a 14 and 17 year old daughters so I've seen that a Lot of times, you might as well just come out and say, ( I guess your so stupid I have to explain things to you).
    Anyway I guess you see why I rarely post, seems people online always take things the wrong way.
     
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