Set on Destruction, on it. To me, this is like the Craziest shirt I own actually just because it means so. Grateful Dad Like A Regular Dad But Cooler Shirt Much to me, Husker Du. It’s the best. Now this is, I think, just the coolest. It’s from ’89, right? ’86, so this is from 86,. From a Dead and Petty and Dylan tour, had Minneapolis. Akron, Buffalo, Washington, what a run. Look at that. It’s got. A surf and skeleton. It’s just one of those shirts, that old English Grateful. Dead font is so sick. The skull, the steely.
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It’s just fire. These are some of the shirts. That mean a lot to me. Sorry, I don’t have some. Big watch collection or some fancy cars or a bunch of really expensive. Designer bags or some, but i’ve got a bunch of really old yellow arm pitted t-shirts with a bunch of holes in them, all right? So moving on, knives are. Kind of, I feel, like watches or even more special. They last forever, good ones. Do, and you can hand them down to your family. I’ve been a fan of Bob. Kramer for some time. I’ve been using his knives for years and I just love everything about them. They’re a big handle. It’s fat. It’s a fat handle. You can’t really get Bob. Kramer original knives. They’re like these hidden artifacts. Some chefs, I know, have. Them, not a lot of chefs.
I always wanted original.. I don’t even know. It’s very difficult to even find them ’cause nobody wants to give them up. About, what, a month, two months ago, I was asked by my buddy Joel. And Al, at Dine Alone Records. They were doing this silent auction and raising money for Black Lives Matter, and they’re like, “Do you have anything?” I was like, “I don’t know if I have.” What am I going to do?. I’m going to give a pan? And I was like, I don’t. Want to give a knife. But then I was just like, nah, it, I’m going to get one of my knives. So I had a Grateful Dad Like A Regular Dad But Cooler Hoodie, Sweater And T Shirt that I use in… I’ve used in a lot of videos and it was my favorite Bob Kramer, but the thing that’s kind of. Crazy is I gave my knife up for a silent auction and it. Was one of the biggest items. I think it raised. Literally like over $7,000. I follow Bob and Bob follows me and we’ve had a few communications. And then Bob hit me up and wrote me this really beautiful note, just saying how he’s so stoked. That I put that knife up and he wanted to send me a. New knife, to replace the one that I paid forward. He sent me a new knife and he sent me an original. Bob Kramer, and to me, this is probably my most prized knife. I’ve been a fan for so long. And that was very touching, so it just means a lot to me. This is the most important. Line of knives that I own. I have a pretty large knife collection. This is a knife made by Isamu Yamaguchi. These knives have a wild story. So I first wanted to get these. Knives, based purely on a set of Japanese knives with octagonal handles. I love round handled knives. ‘Cause I have big meaty paws and I always find that the. Handles are too skinny,
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And layer steel together. So I have seven of these. Knives. Grateful Dad Like A Regular Dad But Cooler Shirt I do use them. and I saw my friend and. Incredible chef, he posted on his Instagram. That he got this knife and the handle was just this beautiful, there’s no guard on it. It’s just a single piece of wood. He posted this thing and I hit him up. I was like, “What are these knives? “This knife looks like. The most perfect knife “in the world to me.” And he was just like,. “Yo, I got these knives “at this knife store in Beverly Hills.” And then I was like, “i’m. Going to this knife store “to find these knives.” So Isamu Yamaguchi-san, he. Has a pretty special story. He was born in 1927 in Tokyo.. He never left Tokyo ever. His father was a knife maker. And he was the only son that stuck with it and learned. The art of knife making, and all of these knives are lost in time because he never kept track of. When those knives were made, made knives. Every single sheaf is handmade by him. He made 100% of the knife himself. He forged every blade,. He sharpened every blade. When he was still. Apprenticing under his father, he lost his thumb in a grinding wheel, and these knives are so. Old, that there’s copper. He used copper to forget. They are impeccable knives. To own these knives and to use. These knives is very special because every single one. Is just one of a kind. I think it is just such a. Beautiful story, and to use them, I think, is what really matters. You don’t want to just take these and put them up on the wall. You want to take these. And you want to use them. From thinking something was cool to really kind of going deeper. And understanding something just a little bit, just a. Little, I’m still learning. So these are a couple of my. Favorite things that I own, knives and t-shirts, I. Guess, are the things that make me kind of the happiest, out of the possessions that I have. I just want to thank. Esquire for having me on. Hopefully you guys have a great day and I appreciate your time. Hopefully, you’ve got a. Couple things in your life that make you happy. Alright, take care, world peace.
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