Question of the Day: Can you Pick Three?

Reader Jake Middleton writes: Hi Clay, I’m on a quest for a blade and wanted to get your opinion, or your readers opinion on it. I’m looking for a “unique” sub 4 inch fixed blade. By unique I don’t mean cost $300 either. I just mean something that not everyone has, or maybe a company […]

Snow Day Film Fest

School is cancelled today, as it has been 5 of the last 7 days, plus President’s Day. More snow is set for after 5, so Thursday is probably going to wash out as well. As a native Clevelander, I am constantly in awe of how much Knoxville comes unglued with regards to snow. Last week’s ice […]

Jerusalem Mayor and Bodyguard Subdue Knife-Wielding Jihadi

The video above is pretty poor quality, but it clearly shows the Arab teenager begin to stab the Orthodox Jewish victim. Nir Barkat, mayor of Jerusalem and former Israeli paratrooper (in white shirt) can be seen with his entourage subduing the terrorist. There is higher quality video in this article from YNetNews that shows the mayor […]

Reader Contest Submission: Knives and Crime

This is the first new submission for our “Reader Essay Contest”. A full formal announcement will be forthcoming, but you can read an overview of the rules here. Knives And Crime – A Complicated Issue by Gemma Perry In the right hands, knives are great tools. Forbes readers have ranked the knife “the most important tool […]