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Recent content by texaspete

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    10 Bourbons You Can Afford To Drink. Every. Single. Day.

    My favorite cheap ones. Old Weller Antique 24.99 Evan Williams SB 23.99 Fighting **** 16.99 Old Grand Dad 114 21.99 Old Heaven Hill Bottled in Bond is also decent at 13.99 for a litre, but not on the level of the ones above.
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    So I want to start exploring whisky.

    Hey there. Just starting this process myself. A friend of mine let me try some pappy van winkle 20 yr and of course it was great. I started researching and picked up a bottle of larceny and a bottle of Blantons (the first classy bourbon I ever had). Larceny is similar to Wellers and makers...
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    zed117's Year of Stirling

    Stirling sandalwood is a synthetic fragrance. I think I remember reading a comment that Rod made that real Sandalwood oil is a couple hundred bucks for a small bottle and that it just wasn't economically feasible. I've really only shaved with Stirling stuff the past few months. My favorite...
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    Lather Pics

    I just used the tutorial on here with the luke warm water method and stuck with it for a while. Used a bowl and added a little water as I went but focused on keeping the lather down in the bottom of the bowl.
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    Another new Rudy Vey brush. This one is Epic.

    I dig it! I have a funky multicolor Rudy vey as well and it's my best brush.
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    Proraso White Residue?

    proraso green does the same thing for me, but it hasn't caused any problems with breakouts at all.
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    My new RV brush!

    it never will bloom as much as the WD knot. that 2 band is a dense strong knot. you will grow to love it though! I'm about six months into owning my RV 24/48mm 2 band brush and at first I thought it was too stiff, but it broke in nicely. Here it is on the right next to my 24 and 30mm...
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    New guy needs to understand how to deal with puck

    I have big soup mug with a wider opening than a typical coffee mug. I mash the stirling puck down in there (very easy since it's soft). Fill it up with hot water drop the brush in while I shower, then dump the water and shake the excess from the brush leaving it a little wet. 30 seconds of...
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    MdC and Sensitive Skin

    interesting. I had noticed a little extra burn when I used my fougére a few days after getting a sunburn. I only use it occasionally now and it doesn't cause me any more problems. But I've also settled into using a British aristocrat Jr. pretty much exclusively now and it's a smoother milder...
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    D R Harris Arlington Shave Cream

    I have and enjoy the Arlington cream, but does anyone else think it smells like fruity pebbles?
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    New Brush Arrived.

    very nice! so what constitutes a Thayer day vs a Rooney day for you?
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    Rudy Vey 2014 B&B Merit Award Marco

    very nice, and congrats. that brush will make all your others feel like overcooked spaghetti noodles! :)
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    New Guy Here!

    thanks for your service, and welcome to the board!
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    Will Moonjava brushes be made again?

    here's the Rudy Vey Southwest moonjava I just got. it's a hum-dinger.
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