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    Some ink samples

    For whatever it's worth it, I wanted to share a few samples of inks. I've been exchanging some thoughts and opinions on inks with Carry (I hope I spelled her name right) from Reid's Stationery in Calgary. She had fun testing some of my and her own inks, and was so kind to share her efforts with...
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    Post your next 3 pens

    ...Hm! This is more than three isn't it?!
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    Looking for a Turquoise ink

    Thanks for asking James! Like the phoenix from the ashes (literally), still alive and shaking! Nowadays, my problem (for my own surprise) is to make a rotation of 20-30 inks work... And I definitely "need" a few more pens to test those (and 80 more) inks in.
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    Looking for a Turquoise ink

    De Atramentis Midnight Blue is my favourite Turquoise - the shading is incredible. Then comes Noodler's Turquoise; it's a very well behaved ink. And finally, the too bright for daily use but pleasantly cheerful Ku-jaku.
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    Best Parker Style refill

    The original Parker Gel is my favourite; the needle tipped Itoya is my second choice before Monteverde and Visconti. Schmidt is the last in my list. http://www.itoya.ca/Catalogs/Refills/Itoya_Refill/GPR7_ALL.htm
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    Watch Ya Wearing

    I looove watches! I'd been keeping an eye on one of those OC for the last few years. I used to have about 35 watches, a few of them G-Shock and Edifice which I don't have anymore. So, finally found an excuse to buy this OC. And I love it too. It's much lighter than the stainless steel Edifice...
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    Watch Ya Wearing

    Getting addicted to checking this thread! My mood today is for this:
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    I have been tasked by SWMBO *Calling for help*

    What about this one then: http://forums.watchuseek.com/f305/citizen-bm8475-26e-orange-black-military-style-review-pictures-640764.html ...or this:
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    Older watches

    I'm a big fan of affordable Orient watches. If you insist on buying a chronograph, there are plenty of great choices from Citizen, Seiko and Casio in your price range. But here's an alternative I'd like to suggest which in your budget: Case diameter: 46 (crown) x 42 x 12 mm (thickness) Lug...
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    Make you own yogurt

    I've been making my own yoghurt from 2% cow milk for long time - 4 liters almost every week. 1. Boil the milk in a pot and let it cool down to 46-48°C. The consistent temperature throughout all the stages is very important, it's almost everything in the process of yoghurt making! The amount and...
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    Japanese Kitchen Knives Round III ****closed

    I just read through the last couple of pages on this thread that I'd missed. Besides Dave's great offer, there's very interesting information here that helped me comprehend a few things about the knives differences, particularly about the Santoku and the Nakiri. I'm an occasional cook, my wife...
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    B&B community doesn't stop to amaze me!

    :w00t: That's my face after the first use of the new brush! Rudy did a great job with this one as usual. The D01 2-band knot is flawless. No surprise, it's a soap destroyer. Typically for this Shavemac grade, it feels very stiff and scrubby but without a hint of scritch. Here are a couple of...
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    B&B community doesn't stop to amaze me!

    Thank you everyone for the support, good wishes, and the offers! Brucered and penmanship have sent me a huge box with shaving supplies which cover my needs for now. I just have to look for a couple of more razors on the BST. I'm going to use my new brush from Rudy tomorrow, and will post a few...
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    B&B community doesn't stop to amaze me!

    This July will always bring bad memories to me. As some members already know, I lost all my shaving related stuff and all my belongings in a fire accident recently. Yesterday, I went to the post office to collect my mail. Much to my surprise, there were a couple of unexpected packages waiting...
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    Simpson "Prince George" LE

    The following old joke from the '80s could help you understand: Russians painted the whole surface of the Moon in red. Americans waited for them to finish the job, and then wrote Coca Cola on it!
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