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    Quote Originally Posted by Pueo View Post
    I think Hawaiian beans are FOR SALE at Starbuck's here, but I do not think that is what is in their day-to-day coffee.
    The bags of Starbuck's Kona Coffee are smaller than the regular bags of Starbucks coffee and I think twice as expen$ive.
    When they first broke into the Hawaiian market part of the deal to allow them on the islands was that they had to purchase Hawaiian beans. They might be buying whatever amount they were supposed to buy to be allowed to sell in Hawaii and now turn around and sell the beans.

    I remember going to one of the first Starbucks in Waikiki and the manager was telling me all about what they were required to do to be able to set up shop in Hawaii.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gyosh View Post
    That's cool.

    I think they're made of badger hair.
    Badger hair is the most common and most popular material, although there are many grades of badger out there. It's popular because it's both soft and stiff (shut up, Jon). Boar hair is also popular, although much rougher and coarser than badger. And there are a great many synthetics out there, which are generally much cheaper and some of which are very good.



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    Quote Originally Posted by gyosh View Post
    That's cool.

    I think they're made of badger hair.
    I'm pretty sure my dad has a badger hair brush. He used to lather up with that all the time.


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    I'm sure my mom still has it somewhere.

    It was weird I had to ask my mom after 2-3 yrs with the handlebar if she had any if my dad's old mugs. They had a thing on the top of it to keep your mustache out of your coffee. She said she did and would bring me one....


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    Meh. Shaving brushes & old timey razors? Not for me. Harry's razor and Van Der Hagen Shave Butter. Moisturizer after. I'm good. Mow the beard once a week with a trimmer and do the 'stache on the way out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RichM View Post
    If I wrote the book on wooing women, the species would die out in a generation.
    hahahahahahahahahahahaha!
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    Where is Don?! We need to get this thread back on track with knitting!!!

    Don? Don!! Help me out here!
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    Happy birthday, Rob! ��
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    I had an unscheduled run today thanks to Callie getting out while I was bringing in groceries. I was pleasantly surprised I didnít get winded while I was running out after her. She eventually let me catch up to her. Brat.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RichM View Post
    If I wrote the book on wooing women, the species would die out in a generation.
    Ha ha ha ha!
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