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Chief Longwind Of The North

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My son, the professional cook/chef, has had two $150 knives broken, and another with chipped edge by other cooks, in professional kitchens. He has a special bag that organizes, and protects his knives, and it's in a locked locker.

But it could be any tool. At Lockheed, we were expected to provide a set of our own hand tools, such things as multi-meters, micrometers, pliers, sanding blocks, and other tools needed to complete our tasks. The company provided the expensive stuff. We had to keep our tools on station, in a locked tool chest, or tools would walk. I my own kitchen, the wife was not all
owed to use my best knives, or Griswold pans. It's the nature of ownership.


Seeeeya; Chief Longwind of the North
 
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