On Mon, 23 May 2011 20:18:21 -0500, " firstname.lastname@example.org"
I believe that is true.
Makes sense, but no. The nookie level was exactly the same.
There is nothing worse than grinding up whiskers with an electrric
razor and applying the dust to the skin, using the blade as a
As to my face being clean, I guess the oils on my skin ran up the
whiskers and that kept my skin cleaner, even if the whiskers were
dirtier for parts of the day. Whiskers don't get ppmples.
Plus whatever germs help to cause pimples must have died in the 3
months I had the beard. I should have grown it when I was 14 or 15,
instead of when I was 18 or 19. I shaved it off because my roommate
offered me a job ushering at graduation and beards were not allowed.
It was no big deal to cut it off, and a big surprise that my skin was
I can actually say I've had a beard most of my life. When I was younger
and had a lot more testosterone flowing through me, I would get some
very strange beard hairs. The odd hairs would pop up in various places
on my neck and face. They were like little black mechanical pencil leads
and would sometimes form a pimple which I removed with tweezers. I
haven't seen any of the little tree stumps since my beard went gray a
decade ago. Perhaps it was radiation? o_O
I get the occasional hog bristle. I cannot use a regular razor to shave
because of coumadin, so I have used an electric for nine years now. But
there are some boar hairs that won't fit into the tiny windows on an
electric. I am surprised at their size, and length under the skin.
Have clicked "Read all messages in plain text", so hope that clears it up.
Apparently, he cannot or will not clear it up on his end.
I get spam posts that have the language side window, and I never read them.
But, apparently, mm is now a valid contributor, so I will click into
his/her/its posts. But it is irritating to have to do so, and I may be
clicking into a spam post, or a malware thing if someone taps into
his/her/its account. Whoever it is has posted a lot of hr related items of
There's just too many damn things on these computers, like cell phones.
Just give me one with ten numbers, send, and on/off. Every time I get a new
one, I have to be retrained. And we just HAD to get new ones, as our former
provider went paws up. No choice.
when it was low-order ASCII text based. I could read more messages
faster, using an 8086 Kaypro over a 1200 modem, than I can with this
pentium 2? gig machine over a 384 DSL connection. And my 5-year-old
pre-paid cell phone lives in my briefcase- I only recently found it
could do text messages, when I did the weekly power check on it, and
found a mis-dialed mash note from one teenager to another.
I didn't think it was anything special. When you post back to me, my
previous text still looks fine.
Do all the letters look bad or only some. Which?
I've been reading this group for at least 10 years, but I used to be
meirman. Changed to mm to go with my new at the time email address
and for a little more anonymity from spammers, etc.
I don't look forward to getting a new cell phone either, or moving to
Windows 7. I also hear I'd better buy a used oscilloscope when they
still have knobs. Someone elswhere writes that the newer ones have
nested drop downlists. Ugh.
Whatever it was, it seems to be working fine now. Before, I would click on
your post, and it asked if I wanted to include that language packet. If I
opened your post, it was written in a style used in letter writing.
What I'd like to find is a toilet seat like the one I removed from my
parents' when they wore the paint off. Every seat I've seen at box
stores big and little have had hinges that were flat where they met the
toilet, depending on force applied by the fastener to keep them from
On their seat, the hinges had a collar that extended into holes on the
toilet. The collar had slots on the end and a football shaped nut with
tabs rode in those slots, making a wrench unnecessary.
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