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Ginsu knife (Organizations, Companies, and Products)

"If you're breathing, then you've heard about Aaron Echolls getting Ginsued at his own Christmas party."

Who wouldn't want a knife that could cut through a steel pipe and then cut razor-thin slices of radish? One of the first and most well-known "as seen on TV" products sold via infomercial, Ginsu knives have been around since the late '70s. Originally called Eversharp, Ginsu knives are produced in Ohio and don't even have a real Japanese word for their moniker. At one point in the infomercial, this statement is given: "In Japan, the hand can be used like a knife...but it can't cut a tomato!" How could you not buy a product with logic like that?

1.12 "Clash of the Tritons"

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