Awww geeze, not another blog!

Welcome to A Fine Blade!

This blog will focus one of my lifelong passions and one of man's most basic tools - the knife!

As time and events permit we'll tiptoe into other territory where we can use the knife as a metaphor in discussions about current events and have a little politically incorrect fun.

Because you see, knives rank just below guns as the most politically incorrect subject on the web today.

Guns & Knives = Bad. Gay Marriage & Recreational Drug Use = Good

We'll see if we can't have some fun with that.

So stay tuned, and welcome aboard!

Friday, November 27, 2015

What Knife Does One Bring To Thanksgiving?

Let's continue our theme of 'appropriate knives for social occasions' and discuss what should be carried at an informal Thanksgiving celebration. It needs to be big enough to handle minor carving tasks yet not so big that it scares the hostess, small children or liberals.

This year's choice - the Southern Grind Bad Monkey!

The choice was easy. Southern Grind knives are manufactured locally in Peachtree City, Georgia and are extremely high quality. The knife sports a large 4" blade that is perfectly suited to smaller slicing jobs. Plus, every knife purchased helps support Zac Brown's Camp Southern Ground charity located here in Fayette County, Georgia.

A great knife, a great charity, a great meal. What more can you ask for?

Stay sharp!

- Brian

Monday, November 23, 2015

What Knife Does One Bring To A Wedding?

Fashion dilemma. What knife does one bring to one's daughter's wedding? Something classy and befitting the occasion, certainly.

After much research (be forewarned, Emily Post is silent on this matter) and deliberation it was decided - a nice stag handled Case medium stockman in stainless steel.

One must select fashion accessories with an eye to the occasion

Simple, elegant, classy. It was a great wedding!