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Old 02-07-2018, 04:42 AM   #21
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No. New Yorkers buy a car, park it, and never move it so they don't have to find parking.
OK, don't buy a car.
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Old 02-07-2018, 04:51 AM   #22
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OK, don't buy a car.
Part of my NO Cost Cars scheme.
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Part of my NO Cost Cars scheme.
I can't argue with that. I have a No Cost Hair Cut scheme and a virtually no cost shaving scheme.

Maybe I'll start a new politcal party...The No Cost Party!
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Old 02-07-2018, 11:38 AM   #24
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I can't argue with that. I have a No Cost Hair Cut scheme and a virtually no cost shaving scheme.

Maybe I'll start a new politcal party...The No Cost Party!
Me too! I just clip my sides, and tie up the top into a man bun and I'm done! No more visits to the hair cutter!
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Really cool little pedal , a nice alternate unit to have if your main looper eats it in a pinch .

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Haven't shaved or cut my hair in over 10 years . It's working great for me @ 67 .

People are now nicer than ever before to this big man standing 5'10" and 240lbs .

I used to normally scare the heck out of nervous types because of my size .

Wasn't always that way , I was a skinny asthmatic kids and started exercising hoping to get healthier and
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it sure worked out well for HS and College contact sports .

Most my life though I had to keep it shaved and short because of employment .

Not anymore . I don't have to please anyone but myself when it comes to shaving or not or cutting my hair anymore .

And that Ammon looper is so cool that I might just get one for a simple cheap portable alternate to my big looper set up .

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I can't argue with that. I have a No Cost Hair Cut scheme and a virtually no cost shaving scheme.

Maybe I'll start a new politcal party...The No Cost Party!
What's this shaving scheme?
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He owns a cat.
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What's this shaving scheme?
I used double edged blades that I buy in bulk (100 for $10). That would last me for more than a year. I use a Gillette razor made in the 30's that you can get on Ebay for $10 usually.

I use a $10 boar shaving brush and shaving soap that is $1.50 for a puck and lasts about 2 months. It's also a more pleasurable shave than dragging a plastic razor across my face using foam goo in a can.

If I choose to make it higher cost with the savings from the above I use much nicer smelling and shaving cream in a "tub".

If I want to turn shaving into a hobby I shave with my straight razors and keep them sharp with my hones and occassionaly fix one up from Ebay.
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