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  1. They also only use granite from specific locations in Scotland or Wales, and a full set for a team can cost upwards of $40,000.

  2. I once came across a curling stone in a thrift shop and didn’t buy it because, what the hell would I need a curling stone for? But now I feel like I should have bought it just because so much work goes into these things I probably could have flipped it for a good amount of money.

  3. I’d love to see this being done using traditional techniques instead. I mean I’m pretty sure sand-blasting wasn’t around back in the day.

  4. Can we get NBC to do pieces like this instead of the hundreds of puff pieces they do on the athletes

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