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Old 11-14-2006, 07:26 AM   #41
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Dax - if I start growing it around Thanksgiving it gets that big in a couple of months - wish my hair on my head grew so well. I changed to a vibrating electric from a rotary razor a few years ago and it stimulated a thicker beard growth espically under my lower lip - it really filled in. Went back to the old rotary after a few months and got a much better shave and less skin irritation. In one way I am lucky that my neck hair grows upwards so it stays neat and I don't have to shave my neck at all . . . it just grows that way.
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Old 11-14-2006, 08:49 AM   #42
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Dax - if I start growing it around Thanksgiving it gets that big in a couple of months - wish my hair on my head grew so well. I changed to a vibrating electric from a rotary razor a few years ago and it stimulated a thicker beard growth espically under my lower lip - it really filled in. Went back to the old rotary after a few months and got a much better shave and less skin irritation. In one way I am lucky that my neck hair grows upwards so it stays neat and I don't have to shave my neck at all . . . it just grows that way.
That's awesome. Maybe I should try a vibrating razor.
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Cfq83...it looks like you were a young B-boy about to bust a move!
Or pick my nose.

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Old 11-14-2006, 02:18 PM   #44
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Actually I have many photos of me over the years - this one with the beard is a little more interesting - comparing me to Howard ??? I don't know . . . I am on the other end of the "getting some" spectrum.
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Old 11-15-2006, 08:39 AM   #45
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My wife, Virginia snapped this on our trip thru New England in 2002.

Gas prices were around $1.50 then. We thought that was too high.

The good old days! CO ZX2
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AH- had to disable the pop-up blocker to get to that.
O man, Buick Y-Job, one of my favorite cars of all time! You probably know that this car still exists. You are an alright guy.

Sending you a pic of our 53 Buick Skylark. This is why I work on my ZX2 in the driveway. CO ZX2
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Old 11-15-2006, 09:08 AM   #47
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MAN! Jack I didn't realize they grew that big!!
That one is only 56 pounds. World record it 97. I saw a few that were over 60 while I was up there.
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Old 11-15-2006, 01:25 PM   #48
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That one is only 56 pounds. World record it 97. I saw a few that were over 60 while I was up there.
Yeah but bigger fish are old fish and the eating is better if they are young . . . ahhhh young fresh fish hmmmmm.....
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Sew! This is why they call you "The Clencher"! What is "clenched" in your right fist? LOL!
My camera don't seem to work right! I keep looking thru the little hole on the front (the big hole in the back makes the picture frame, right?), but nothing ever turns out!-TH
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Here you go....


This is me with my hardcore man beard, and lumberjack shirt.
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