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Old 06-22-2011, 04:17 AM   #11
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If I'm spending 100k on shaving, I already own a large brewery and distillery and probably bought a small Class III gun manufacturer as well.

Gotta have priorities.

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But I refuse to believe you are going to spend $100K on a razor. On a hot ass female, old school barber/shaver I will buy. But My Playa isn't going to spend $100K to shave HIMSELF.

Would you buy a Nighthawk before or after the razor??
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Old 06-22-2011, 04:22 AM   #12
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But I refuse to believe you are going to spend $100K on a razor. On a hot ass female, old school barber/shaver I will buy. But My Playa isn't going to spend $100K to shave HIMSELF.

Would you buy a Nighthawk before or after the razor??
I shave with a $60 electric shaver and I skip whenever I can (weekends) or if I'm running late. That should give you an idea of the importance of shaving to me.

A nighthawk would be so much higher on the list than the razor it wouldn't even be on the same page in the wishlist. Plus I see value in the Nighthawk.

Gimme a Glock with a Picitanny rail mounted razor and we'll talk. Actually, I think I need to patent this idea!
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Guaranteed sharp for 10 years, heck yes
In the dark ages days before desk top publishing, when one actually cut & paste to cut & paste, I was the studio manager of a pharmaceutical advertising agency.

One of our clients manufactured a diamond bladed scalpel. It looked sort of like the small Xacto knife. It had a foot that was adjustable with a micrometer like dial on the other end to adjust the depth of the blade. It was autoclavable. This was back in the days before laser eye surgery. The purpose of the blade was that it made such a clean incision that the eye healed without any scar tissue.

As they couldn’t take it back after photography, I got to use a $1,500 'Xacto' knife. I could cut anything with it. It NEVER got dull.
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If I'm spending 100k on shaving, I already own a large brewery and distillery and probably bought a small Class III gun manufacturer as well.

Gotta have priorities.

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Don't forget to employ me as your brew master.
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