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Old 12-11-2011, 06:04 AM
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Jesse James BlackSmith on history Channel is this a series

This morning I seen a Jesse James Blacksmith two hour program on the history channel. Jesse was hunting down a Drake vtwin. Will the be a series?
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Old 12-11-2011, 06:15 AM
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I don't have a tv (lol) and I don't regret my decision...only when discovery and shit like this is involved. any links ?


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Old 12-11-2011, 06:27 AM
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Wtf?

Does Discovery ever advertise? Jesus. I've been up since 6 am I would have watched that. Maybe a mention at that B.S. Build off last week? Man.
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hmmm it says not showing in ga....wtf.......
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OH The History Channel!!! That explains it. But still. They run American Pickers over and over and no repeat of their new show with Jesse? Programmers are F'd up.
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or high...from to much history
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Not bad, mostly left over footage from a few years back... still cool to watch on a Sun morning coming down...
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What does blacksmithing have to do with bikes or cars? With all the precision steel available today in every cofiguration and material, not to mention the tools to work steel available doesn't this seem a little like a gimmick to you? What is the possible benefit of trying to work steel this way? When they did blacksmithing they did it because you couldn't buy it in the forms that you needed. If you can buy flat stock, tubing, square stock and billet, why would you feel the need to start with a raw piece and beat the fuck out of it? What am I missing?

If they had CNC's, water jets, and lathes in the 1700's don't you think they would have used them? If the colonists had a belt sander would they still sharpen their axes with a file? Give me a break.
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I wish the build off was more fab, and less gab. I know it does not make great tv.
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Old 12-11-2011, 12:39 PM
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How is it, none of our resident Jesse professionals didn't know about this and give us a heads up?
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Old 12-11-2011, 12:48 PM
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Missed it too god damn it! Been waiting a long time for this one. When is the repeat on? Maybe it will be on demand or Netflix they put a ton of history channel shit on there.
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Old 12-11-2011, 02:50 PM
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No repeat on that I'm aware of...checked on demand and nothing...I'm very disappointed..I thought we had the inside track with everything Jesse related here I guess I thought wrong. Did anyone see it and record it? If so could they put it up on YouTube for the rest of us?

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What does blacksmithing have to do with bikes or cars? With all the precision steel available today in every cofiguration and material, not to mention the tools to work steel available doesn't this seem a little like a gimmick to you? What is the possible benefit of trying to work steel this way? When they did blacksmithing they did it because you couldn't buy it in the forms that you needed. If you can buy flat stock, tubing, square stock and billet, why would you feel the need to start with a raw piece and beat the fuck out of it? What am I missing?

If they had CNC's, water jets, and lathes in the 1700's don't you think they would have used them? If the colonists had a belt sander would they still sharpen their axes with a file? Give me a break.
Do you not know this is JJ there talkin about??? If the great chopper god picked his nose there would be 3 threads about it......
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