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    Nice concept Brant....


    I am starting to think John should have included a safety disclaimer for this assignment.

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    Re: Assignment 26 - Sharpness



    Quote Originally Posted by Andy Stringer
    How big is that blade? Looks like it's sharp enough to cut your arm off, not just your hairs.

    Andy, Its total length is 39 inches, exposed blade length is 27.5 inches and yes it would probably cut anything off of a human that you wanted to cut off---it probably already has


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    Safety Disclaimer? What's that?


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    Dr...


    I knew it was only time before we saw blood.....

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    Bunch of razor blades I had sitting around the lab...


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    Re: Assignment 26 - Sharpness



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    thinking big here....I think this could be the biggest and sharpest object on earth


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    Re: Assignment 26 - Sharpness



    Quote Originally Posted by HDNitehawk


    Dr...


    I knew it was only time before we saw blood.....


    Does TDP have hazard insurance?????



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    Not the greatest "shot" but here is my submission ...




    No, I'm not a junkie or a diabetic. The needle is from when I had to give my dog daily allergy shots ...he will vouch for me that it is very sharp! Yes, the DNA is mine ...it's amazing what a person will do for an assignment!

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    Re: Assignment 26 - Sharpness



    Denise, that doesn't look like any fun; however, I like your enthusiasm.


    How about fangs? They are pretty sharp!



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    This is from a promo shoot I did for a local film maker about a month ago.


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    f-stop- 7.1; 1/200 sec; ISO-100; 17mm


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