That's Not Good:

Well I thought I had converted my dad to wet shaving, but this seems to not be the case. He told me that they've put him on blood thinners and that he couldn't shave with the DE safety razor I got him which is a mild twist to open safety razor. The problem sounds legit, but my dad has told so many tales that you really can't believe him. He's a prankster and loves to stir the pot which should tell you all you need to know. He also said that they told him that he had to change the tooth brush he uses to a soft one instead of medium. I hope this doesn't happen to me when I get older than I am because I think I'd go crazy (some say I'm already there) if I couldn't use a straight razor or a DE safety razor. The razor I got him has no weight to it along with almost no blade exposure and I got him a TTO because he doesn't have enough grip in his hands to fully assemble or disassemble a razor to put a blade in it. I've heard of similar stories to this but have never seen it first hand though:

He has also finally realized that smoking is what caused the calcium deposits to build up in legs which is why he had to have stints put in one leg. He still has another leg to get done so they put it off until after his current wife gets back from visiting up here. I'm glad and happy to quit smoking when I did which will 4 years April 18th, 2016. Do yourselves and your loved ones a favor and QUIT NOW.

C.a.D. & The 200:

Today's shave was great if not perfect. After a nice hot shower, I decided to go with Phoenix Artisan Accoutrements  and their modern d...