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    Default Monday October 23rd - Sunday October 29th

    I'm not home right now, but I assume my T&H soap came in.

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    Assuming that you've scored? I like that (as I believe many economists would).
    [FONT="Garamond"][SIZE="4"]- NM[SIZE="2"][ichael][/SIZE]MB[/SIZE][/FONT] [FONT="Garamond"][SIZE="3"][URL="http://badgerandblade.com/vb/showthread.php?t=3596"][SIZE="2"]NMMB's Hall of fame entry[/SIZE][/URL] michael(at)badgerandblade.com[/SIZE][/FONT] [FONT="Garamond"][SIZE="3"]"Economics is both the guardian of rationality and the defender of the poor." - Stennes, Krcmar-Nozic & van Kooten (1998)[/SIZE][/FONT]

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    I equate economists with astrologists rather than astronomists.
    - Jim

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    Quote Originally Posted by jduffy
    I equate economists with astrologists rather than astronomists.
    You aren't the only person to (wrongly) think that way... I blame such views on macroeconomics - a field that I loathe.
    [FONT="Garamond"][SIZE="4"]- NM[SIZE="2"][ichael][/SIZE]MB[/SIZE][/FONT] [FONT="Garamond"][SIZE="3"][URL="http://badgerandblade.com/vb/showthread.php?t=3596"][SIZE="2"]NMMB's Hall of fame entry[/SIZE][/URL] michael(at)badgerandblade.com[/SIZE][/FONT] [FONT="Garamond"][SIZE="3"]"Economics is both the guardian of rationality and the defender of the poor." - Stennes, Krcmar-Nozic & van Kooten (1998)[/SIZE][/FONT]

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    Unhappy

    I thought my new brush and razor and soaps would be here when I got home, today, but they weren't. Sometimes, the UPS man comes later in the evening, though.

    Tim

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    Brand new Parker 84 from Rene... oh MAN... what a GORGEOUS razor!!!



    Thanks Rene!!! Can't wait to take it for a spin tomorrow...

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    Default Hit the Mamaload today...



    Big delivery from Mama Bear...

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    Thumbs up 2 0Z B&B Cologne

    PFewww Im good till 2010 for B&B Cologne. that stuff is worth Gold.
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    Quote Originally Posted by castlecraver
    Brand new Parker 84 from Rene... oh MAN... what a GORGEOUS razor!!!



    Thanks Rene!!! Can't wait to take it for a spin tomorrow...
    Pat, congrats, it's a real beauty...

    Thomas

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    Quote Originally Posted by TomH
    Pat, congrats, it's a real beauty...

    Thomas
    Thanks! Boy, that sucker is quite a bit more aggressive than my Parker 90! Still, just one tinnnnnny nick on my chin that didn't even bleed. I'm very pleased though with the shave!! Nice lightweight, no-hold-barred 3-piece. I'll post a review after I use it a few more times

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    Bought this today:

    Thomas
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    fabelhaftes pinsel Thomas , tolle sache pure badger.

    gutes Haul.....

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    Tom, ich glaube Proraso und Omega seid der selber Creme. Diese Pinsel ist sehr schon! Gluck und Vergnugen, lieber Freund! Tolle Sache!

    Jeff

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    Default Tuesday

    This was waiting for me when I returned from Baltimore this evening.

    Cheers,
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    Quote Originally Posted by dszpiro
    This was waiting for me when I returned from Baltimore this evening.

    Cheers,
    Hey Danny... what size/grade is that Rooney?

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    Arko Regular Shave Cream
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    Bob O.

    "It is better to keep your mouth closed and let people think you are a fool than to open it and remove all doubt." - Mark Twain

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    Quote Originally Posted by castlecraver
    Hey Danny... what size/grade is that Rooney?
    Hi Pat,

    That's a Rooney Style 3 in Super, medium size. I picked this up from Scotto. I am very much looking forward to trying this in the morning!

    Cheers,
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    Quote Originally Posted by dszpiro
    Hi Pat,

    That's a Rooney Style 3 in Super, medium size. I picked this up from Scotto. I am very much looking forward to trying this in the morning!

    Cheers,
    Yikes. I made a stupid joke out of that thread after you bought the damn thing and didn't even remember it. Nice brush tho... the style 3 is growing on me

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    Quote Originally Posted by castlecraver
    Yikes. I made a stupid joke out of that thread after you bought the damn thing and didn't even remember it. Nice brush tho... the style 3 is growing on me
    No worries! I have taken a liking to long-handled brushes so it was precisely because this was a Style 3 that I pulled the trigger. I find that long handles are easier to grip when making lather.

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    Default In today's mail...



    Gillette Ranger Tech

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