What lessons can be learned from studying a pocket knife made in the early 1900s? How can careful consideration of such a tool help us make better decisions today? Mr. Jalopy has the answers:
The market realities that forced the superior business model of integrity and serviceability have changed. Now, it is a choice that we must make. How many imported pocket knives do we want to buy over our lifetimes? How willing are you to support a local economy? How many shipping containers of cheap junk are you going to buy? Most importantly, wouldn’t you rather use an elegant tool each day than continually replace junk knives?
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