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    Default Why The Forge is slow

    The forge is slow because everyone is at Charlie Lewis' Razor Meet. Forge talk will resume after we return home and rest.

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    We took plenty of pics and movies. Randy / Ron are in charge of cleaning it all up.
    I took a lot of pics as well. When I get back, I'll sort them and put pics online.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bruno View Post
    We took plenty of pics and movies. Randy / Ron are in charge of cleaning it all up.
    I took a lot of pics as well. When I get back, I'll sort them and put pics online.
    And how is the mouse enjoying the meet? More mouse pictures too? It is a cute mouse.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RezDog View Post
    And how is the mouse enjoying the meet? More mouse pictures too? It is a cute mouse.
    Mouse is doing just fine. We took pics with mouse and howard and mike.
    Mouse has also become the mascot of the group of people attending the razor meet in person.
    I'll let victor do the explaining on the details.
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    I uploaded a few pics today to the thread where it all began. Good times!
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    After some discussion, we decided to open up the Artisan Razor Smithing Experts group on facebook.
    It has a narrow focus, which is to be a fb spot for people actually involved in making razors, and everything to do with the matellurgy and building processes. It is not for general razor discussion, restoration, honing, soaps, making brushes, advertising, drama and politics, or whatever else. It is a place to bring razor makers together in a similar fashion as in the texas meet at Charlie's workshop.

    The group was founded by me, during the breakfast meeting at Burkburnett's diner where the food was absolutely fabulous.
    Charlie and I are the group admins.

    https://www.facebook.com/groups/777735315659835/

    The new group is not for replacing the forge obviously, which is still our number one spot.
    It is however a convenient way for those of us on fb to quicklychat with people from all over the place, who might not be daily contributors here.
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    Bruno, you know I am not a metal worker but I would like to be able to join this new group so as to keep expanding my knowledge and information base in the wet shaving area. I doubt I will ever post in it but I do have a love of acquiring facts and knowledge I can't do anything with for the joy of learning. As it is often said, you never know when that fact can come in handy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bruno View Post
    ... Artisan Razor Smithing Experts group on facebook...
    Make sure the Mods are aware that the acronym is not going to cause a pain somewhere. LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by Razorfeld View Post
    Bruno, you know I am not a metal worker but I would like to be able to join this new group so as to keep expanding my knowledge and information base in the wet shaving area. I doubt I will ever post in it but I do have a love of acquiring facts and knowledge I can't do anything with for the joy of learning. As it is often said, you never know when that fact can come in handy.
    Just go ahead and join the group. There is no restriction on who can join, just on what can be discussed
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