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Kevin Kent
Burnt-up chef turned retailer, author, film producer and ne'er-do-well. my first book, Knifenerd Guide to Japanese Knives out now.
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Kevin Kent 6h
I want to go!
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Kevin Kent 6h
Replying to @stonesthrowcafe
Are you trying to make me cry?
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Kevin Kent 6h
I love Kyoto and I’ll be there in mid October. I CAN’T WAIT!
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Liz Murray Aug 21
If you are missing a set of house/car keys near the 5th St cycle track btwn 10th and 12th Ave, send me a tweet and I can reconnect you.
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Kevin Kent Aug 21
Replying to @irish_magpie
4 and 5, only seldom.
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Edwin Jagger Aug 20
"It is much more economical to shave with a DE. Replacement blades are cheap as chips, and you’ll no longer be forced to suffer through terrible shaves in an effort to pinch pennies." Read article on DE's vs disposables:
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Kevin Kent Aug 21
It’s about meaningful ritual and an excellent shave.
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Kevin Kent Aug 19
Replying to @Hugh_Morose
Judging by the amount of shit I saw after that I must have.
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Kevin Kent Aug 19
Obviously I’ve never tried the devil’s parsley but now that it’s legal I might try it. The YELP reviews are really quite good.
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Kevin Kent Aug 19
Replying to @BrandonBaltzley
Asparagus.
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Vivid Cloud Of War Aug 19
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Kevin Kent Aug 19
Replying to @ryanbolin
Bunch of jerks. We can argue Tesla, knives, bike lanes and fair wages as well if you prefer.
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Kevin Kent Aug 19
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Kevin Kent Aug 19
I think the key point here is that SOME tanks are as efficient as tankless. Some. Why should I stick to selling knives? Why not writing books, producing films, or telling about my experience with consumer goods, especially products which most people have no experience?
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Kevin Kent Aug 19
Mine is 8 years and going strong. It’s also a European brand. I’m not going back to a tank.
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Kevin Kent Aug 18
I’ve had both. On demand is all I will have now. Same goes for a gas range. Europe has used on demand for decades and I loved it there with no maintenance issues at all for years. My Canadian system has been faultless for 8+years now.
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Kevin Kent Aug 18
Hogwash. Warming a huge tank and keeping it warm is a suckers game. I want hot water, I get hot water. I don’t want hot water, I don’t have hot water.
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Kevin Kent Aug 18
Cheaper doesn’t mean better. And running two water tanks is pricey.
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Kevin Kent Aug 18
Replying to @roysplacerest
You are a kind and pure man.
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Kevin Kent Aug 18
Boo. I always use a backpack. But I don’t take my bike on the tube.
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