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Old 01-04-2016, 03:30 PM   #43
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Like moist FRV people well worth meeting.

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Old 01-04-2016, 03:33 PM   #44
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I'm not going there.
And I can attest after meeting baglo a bunch of times, that he is rather dry.

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Lately, in my 70s, I discovered (relearned) the advantages of shaving with a simple double edged butterfly safety razor, brush and soap cup. It is simple, effective, cheap, fast and has a nostalgic bend that reminds me of my geezerism. In fact I should get a few 'wife-beater' type undershirts to feel truly from the past!
However, my Bigfoot 17CB is packed away and I'm trying to picture where I might accomplish this task every couple of days when trailering. I was thinking that a small mirror in the bathroom (?) would be best, but my wife reminded me that I am big and it is small. I'd probably have to tuck my elbows in and turn slowly, and the lamp is on the other side from the sink. Maybe outside? Nah, too unreliable for weather.
How about over the galley sink? There's a light there but no mirror. Hmmmm!
So gentlemen (sorry ladies, but most of you wouldn't really have an input!), what's your suggestions?
My previous methods were mostly Phillips type rotary head electrics, but I had tried the disposables with 2, 3 and 5 blades for the life of the blades, which were very short and EXPENSIVE!
I hope that I get a few really good ideas here.
Mike .....>
Hi: Michael Pupeza... I have my closest shaves in the galley sink. Switched back to a cordless Phillie shaver so I don't electrocute myself.
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