sic–adverb Latin . so; thus: usually written parenthetically to denote that a word, phrase, passage, etc., that may appear strange or incorrect has been written intentionally or has been quoted verbatim.
Problem is, there is no "sic" for quoting the incorrect spoken word, so from here on in we'll use "sick" to describe the meandering, faulty, and counterfactual deliberations of the folks from Cutlery Corner who speak English just about as well as a gaggle of wetbacks fresh from the border.
"...and you kin sell these knaaaavs (sick) ta pays for yer gas bill your re-ent (rent), your keepin' yer heat on, the lahts (lights) on, and we sell a lot of these specials to churches too so they kin make ends meet." James A. Frost, grifting hot and heavy for total morons to buy his pot steel then try to re-sell them to even bigger morons.
We've been shining a light on these cockroaches for some time now, and with a modicum of success. Old Todd and Tom and Man-Hands Sheila and of course Jimmy-Boy Frost hisseff can't help themselves from lying because it comes easy to professional liars, but at least they try to refrain from outright stealing the intellectual property of real knife makers.
|made to the specifications of an individual customer (often in the combinations custom-built , custom-made )|
Frost Cutlery does not make custom knives. What they do do, is fracture the definition of the word to include anything they've never made before. Catch a crook and he'll struggle to change is MO because at the end of the day its far easier to steal than go to work for a living.
There is nothing wrong with selling a less expensive knife, or car, or home. What's wrong is lying about the point of manufacture and stealing patents and trademarks instead of taking the time to familiarize oneself about modern steel and designs then focusing upon whatever genuine aspects of individuality is likely to nudge a customer into making a purchase. But along with his penchant for outright thievery, James A. Frost has an ego the size of Sheila's Man-Hands and cannot bring himself to simply tell the truth. A good salesman can sell ice to an Eskimo. A bad salesman can't sell ice in the Mohave desert.
"And the handle of this knife is celluloid and gives a good grip..." Todd Boone