Texas Wetshavers on SMF - 50 as of 3 Sep 06

Thoughts and input on anything related to wet shaving or men's grooming.
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Coche_y_bondhu
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Texas Wetshavers on SMF - 50 as of 3 Sep 06

Post by Coche_y_bondhu » Sun Apr 16, 2006 10:47 am

Hello All,

I have rearranged everyone based on city and number of wetshavers in that city. Austin is in the lead. And yes, we are rapidly gaining on the country of Canada.

Canada - 51, Texas - 50

Austin - Austin
tallclay - Austin
wyldKarma - Austin
EricG301 - Austin
ddrmer - Austin
Peekay - Austin
larrys - Austin
msandoval858 - Austin
stuff495 - Austin
scorpio - Austin

10

javyn - Houston
kaffehead - Houston
ForestFace - Houston
mparker762 - Houston
AACJ - Houston
gage0921 - Houston
Rog - Houston

7

calestus - Plano
Coche_y_bondhu - Plano
greenerock - Plano

3

razor_boy - Dallas
TraceyG - Dallas
rahul325 - Dallas

3

JD - Katy
rjc - Katy

2

SmokingJoe - San Angelo
Kent Frazier - San Angelo

2

jdtx3302 - Roanoke

Marty - White Settlement

texasPI - El Paso

The Neophyte - College Station

TexasMountains - Lockhart

Dave Keith - Carlton

slcsteve - Arlington

mantic - Snook/North Zulch

cigar-&-shave - Galveston

Mindflux - Round Rock

FriscoSoxFan - Frisco

avenger - Fort Worth

olkev - Lubbock

Crunchy Frog - Allen

12thman - TX
divotmax - TX
Mozfan - TX
tigert - TX
stuff 495 -TX
Kyle - TX
rtaylor61 - TX
Seamus - TX
rwindleyme02 -TX


Cheers,
Richard
Plano
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Post by texasPI » Sun Apr 16, 2006 11:02 am

That's great Richard. I always wondered how many of us there are in the Lone Star State!

:-k Seems like I'm pretty isolated way over here in the western tip of Texas. Given that the New Mexico state line is about fifteen minutes from me, I've wondered if there are any forum members from that the state.
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Post by mantic » Sun Apr 16, 2006 3:23 pm

::waving:: Add another. :D

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Post by rtaylor61 » Sun Apr 16, 2006 3:57 pm

You can add me! I may live in Utah, but I'm ALWAYS going to be a Texan!

Randy
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Post by greenerock » Sun Apr 16, 2006 4:07 pm

Add me. I'm in Plano too. I just added it to my Profile. I just signed up a week or two ago. I'm getting some great ideas from you guys. I've just started using a brush and some good cream....Nancy Boy and Proraso. Love em both! I still use a Mach 3 but I'm getting close to taking the plunge with a DE. I'm thinking maybe a gillette super speed. If anyone sees one in great condition, let me know. Thanks!!!! Doug

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Post by msandoval858 » Mon Apr 17, 2006 11:09 am

Newbie to this board (officially joined today after a few days of lurking) but a Texan nontheless, from Austin.

Mike

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Post by Coche_y_bondhu » Mon Apr 17, 2006 11:35 am

Welcome aboard, Mike!

Pull up a comfy keyboard and stay a spell, pardner :P !

Your name has been added to the Texas Roll Call above!

Cheers,
Richard
Plano, Plaino, Plain-Old Texas
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Post by mantic » Mon Apr 17, 2006 12:01 pm

So, when do we all meet in Brady (the geographical center of Texas)? 8)

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Post by yasuo200365 » Mon Apr 17, 2006 1:32 pm

Where is Texas exactly? :lol:

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Post by Austin » Mon Apr 17, 2006 1:52 pm

yasuo200365 wrote:Where is Texas exactly? :lol:

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It just happens to be a country within the USA. :lol:

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Post by rtaylor61 » Mon Apr 17, 2006 2:45 pm

Austin wrote:
yasuo200365 wrote:Where is Texas exactly? :lol:

Regards
John
It just happens to be a country within the USA. :lol:
Yep!

Randy
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Post by cigar-&-Shave » Mon Apr 17, 2006 3:03 pm

Yeeeehaaaaaa, cowboys! When I was 19, (1974) I lived in Galveston for a year… that should count for something! I drank a lot of Falstaff, Lone Star and Pearl beer that year, while fishing and crabbing -- good times!

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Post by Austin » Mon Apr 17, 2006 3:13 pm

cigar-&-Shave wrote:Yeeeehaaaaaa, cowboys! When I was 19, (1974) I lived in Galveston for a year… that should count for something! I drank a lot of Falstaff, Lone Star and Pearl beer that year, while fishing and crabbing -- good times!
Ok Mike, you're in.

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Post by javyn » Mon Apr 17, 2006 4:01 pm

It just happens to be a country within the USA. Laughing
Amen to that :) The only state that can fly its flag at the same level as the US's
John

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Post by stuff495 » Mon Apr 17, 2006 6:34 pm

I'm in Austin as well.

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Post by rustyblade » Mon Apr 17, 2006 6:49 pm

Richard, us Ontarians could give you Texans a run for your money on this forum. There are quite a few of us here. And Gramps The Canadian Badass counts as two!
Richard

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Post by Austin » Mon Apr 17, 2006 7:05 pm

:lol: :lol: :lol:

Larry deserves a state or province of his own.

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Post by AACJ » Mon Apr 17, 2006 7:12 pm

Richard, I grew up in Houston for 18 years, does that count?

Now, can you put it in alphabetical order too!!??
Art


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Post by Austin » Mon Apr 17, 2006 7:15 pm

Add Mindflux - Round Rock

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Post by Coche_y_bondhu » Mon Apr 17, 2006 7:24 pm

Hello Art,

Alright, you have been added to the roster and so has cigar-&-shave, since we did include our absentee Texan, Randy, up in Utah :)!

Richard in Canada,

We are up to 41 now that hail from the great state of Texas. So let's see how many Canadians are here. Yes, if you need to, count the Canadian Badass as two! In the first round, it is the state of Texas versus the country of Canada!

We'll be looking for the thread! Perhaps other locales will also join in. So far, Texas is leading with 41 representatives.

It is kinda fun, pardners, to see how our representation is distributed. Might be important when it comes time to sending delegates to the First Annual International Wetshaving Convention (we can dream)!

Cheers,
Richard
A Little Town called Plano, TX

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