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Post by Quarterstick »

Google is a funny thing. You are looking for barbers that may actually use a real straight (the other post piqued my curiosity) and you end up finding something a little different. I had to watch this and then felt compelled to share. ... Xy6Mlj6kOc#!

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I don't know what to say.
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Post by Captain Pre-Capsize »

AFter seeing that using a straight ought to be a snap.

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Post by matt321 »

He's a regular on some of the razor forums and knife forums. He is also a sharpening addict. He seems to be a really nice guy as well.
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Post by ShadowsDad »

Yikes! Was I the only person to find that painful to watch!?

OK, so let's set the rules for SD...

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Post by brothers »

SD, you're a big chicken! :lol: (me too!).

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Post by Squire »

SD, sometimes the line of least resistance is the best path.
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Post by Reverend Jim »

That made my butt pucker.
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Post by jww »

Reverend Jim wrote:That made my butt pucker.
:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

What I want to know is ---- why?????

I watched without the sound on, btw - so not sure whether there was explanatory narrative that would have answered my question.

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Post by never2close »

I feel like such a pussy.
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