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I ran out of my Proroso Green and while I waited for a near-lifetime supply to come in from eBay I grabbed some of this: http://www.amazon.com/Neutrogena-Sensitive-Shave-Cream-Ounce/dp/B005C4WPIY/ref=sr_1_2?s=hpc&ie=UTF8&qid=1367964775&sr=1-2&keywords=neutrogena+shave+gel   Actually pretty impressed.  SUPER smooth and fast shave, if it's less than 24 hours since I last shaved it is hard to see where I have shaved and have not since it doesn't foam up at all, but...
    Pretty cool!  Do you own one?  
  I know... Just saying that I've seen guys with 60+ stab wounds walk away from an equally bloody but unconscious attacker.  Spend $150 on a self defense course before you spend $150 on a knife if you are serious about protecting yourself is all I'm saying.
  I've seen way too many people with a LOT of holes/slashes/cuts in them that are still fighting strongly to expect a knife to be an effective self defense tool in a serious situation.
  He owns a MacBook, so he already wasted some money for a light up Apple logo 
Nexus 4 is the only phone to get right now in my opinion. Soon it will be the HTC One (with a custom ROM to ditch Sense immediately) or an S4 with a custom ROM as well.     Buying an Android phone based on what the carrier or phone maker does to the AOSP experience is about the dumbest thing you can do.  
    There are some inexpensive coolers with pushpins that work pretty well for stock speed or mild OC:     Such as http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16835200056
  Competes very well with high end air for twice the price ;)     I come from the "good old days" of watercooling, which is not very long ago.  We used to use pond pumps and Bonneville heater cores and you used to NEED water to reach a good 24/7 stable overclock.     Biggest thing that gets me is when I used to sell a lot of "custom watercooled rigs" on CraigsList and then those AIO's started being popular and people that didn't know what they were actually getting (90%)...
  Mmmm water.   Please don't use a Corsair H50 and tell me your computer is "water cooled" though ;)
  Based on the title, I'd imagine drawing up some PCBs.
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