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    Black Handled Super Speed , are you a fan ?

    I have a birth year (1968) superspeed and when paired with a GSB gives a great shave. I don't think that I would pay extra for one that was NOS and if I got one for a good price, I would most definitely shave with it (it is, after all, a razor and designed for shaving). I see what others are...
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    Soap is NOT Moisturizing

    I have been wet shaving since about 2011 and for some reason I've never depended on my soap to moisturize. In fact, my post-shave routine consist of washing my face and using a moisturizer.
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    Do you turn the hobby off?

    I have not owned canned goo or a cartridge razor in over 10 years. I also don't own an electric. When I want to shave I have to use my good gear. So I don't ever turn the hobby off. My facial hair does not grow fast, so I shave at night when I get out of the shower. That way I have all the...
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    Holsters are getting as bad as firearms and ammunition

    I do agree that the DD-214 doesn't mean you are trained, but Illinois recognizes it and will exempt you from 8 hours of training. I didn't even bother with my DD-214, I just showed my certificate as a Pistol Instructor. Wish I could have combined them and eliminated the need to pay for the class.
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    Holsters are getting as bad as firearms and ammunition

    Here in Illinois 16 hours of training is required (unless you have a DD-214 or are an instructor, then only 8 (can't be combined)). Part of that training is putting rounds on target to show proficiency. 5,7, and 10 yard, man-sized targets. 10 rounds on target at each range. When I want a...
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    Where and/or from whom did you learn how to cook?

    I never did! I went from mom's house to the Navy to marrying a woman that could cook. We have an arrangement that has worked for a long time. I keep everything in the house fixed and the cars running and she feeds me: what a cool arrangement.
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    What goodies are you expecting in the mail?

    A&E Summer in Paris CRSW Citrus Zingari Man Navigator
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    Why Multiple Razors?

    Variety is the spice of life. I don't own anything as expensive as a Wolfman, but each razor is different. The other thing is whether you consider shaving a chore or a hobby. If it is a chore you will have the minimum gear to get the job done. I happen to view it as a hobby, so experiencing...
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    Flu Shot

    I won't be getting one now or ever. The ONLY year that I ever got the flu was the year I got a flu shot (they were being offered by my job). I have gotten along all these years without one so I'll pass.
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    Just bought my first diesel pickup

    There is lots of rocker rust and the bottom of the DS front door is rusting. I can get another door for about $300 and I have a local guy is is going to cut out the rockers and weld new ones in. The previous owner had all of his receipts (over $33k). 7k on the motor rebuilt from a long block...
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    Just bought my first diesel pickup

    I have both of those conditions.
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    Just bought my first diesel pickup

    Bet you get better gas mileage and few dirty looks! :)
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    The day my wife understood the value of a CCW

    I'm with you there. East St. Louis from birth to enlistment. The sound of gunshots means "don't go near the window". A huge things in East St. Louis was car jacking when someone stopped for an active railroad signal. To this very day I will not sit waiting on a train.
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    The day my wife understood the value of a CCW

    I grew up in East St. Louis, IL. The reality of my upbringing is that life is short. Bad things happened to good people all of the time (and we knew a lot of those good people). Just walking to school could be dangerous (street gangs). I have never had the luxury of being unaware of reality...
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    The day my wife understood the value of a CCW

    My wife doesn't carry, but I do. I firmly believe in avoiding problem areas. We have a few areas in town that are full of criminal and a few where if there is civil unrest that's going to be the place (shopping district around here where the thieves can still stuff). I tend to avoid these...
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