So good thing I looked over here today.
In honor of the day, here's the pocketknife I've been carrying lately:
Kershaw assisted-opening; picked it up at a fun show about eight months ago. Smooth action, locks positively, and the blade was sharp as it came from the factory(which is as it should be). I've been quite happy with it: it holds an edge very well, and all it's taken to touch it up has been a few strokes on a ceramic stick.
And, since he had that Dundee clip posted, here's a real knife:
First big knife I ever made. 8.5" blade forged from leaf spring, brass guard, antler hilt. I've used this to cut meat, prune limbs, chop firewood and anything else that came along to test it on. Not long after made it, almost sold it(two kids, bills, the usual); happily things eased enough that I didn't have to, I'd have missed it.