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Scifiguy's Entry to the Hall of Fame

What is your real name?
Joe Bechtel

What are your nicknames/aliases?
I don't have any.

Where do you live?
Cherry Hill, NJ

What is your age (or) generation?
Boomer

What are you in the real world?
Hotel Worker

What is your favorite shave setup?
Merkur 34C, Feather blade, Omega 10066, Henry Cavendish Lavender Soap

What are your hobbies and favorite activities?
Reading vintage science fiction, choral muscicx

What else should the members of B&B know about you?
 
My new arrival, a Gillette 1971 Super Speed, is about to overtake the Merkur 34C as my razor of choice. Pretty smooth.
 

emwolf

Contributor
Welcome! Try some of the older Super Speeds for a heavier razor, they're usually pretty plentiful.
 
Welcome, Joe.
I've done my best to break in my new Semogue Heriditas boar brush, soaking it in the fridge for a few days, drying it on a towel, using it, and then repeating the process. It has softened a bunch but it's just sucking up soap. Too much water? Will this last?
 

Avi

Contributor
I do not know if it counts as vintage sci fi but am making my way through ray bradbury’s incredibly well written and timeless short stories as we speak ( which I think I originally found in the school library in 9th grade many moons ago ) ps hello from across the river almost ( Bucks county Pa )
 
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