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    It's Larry's fault

    Really it is. If I hadn't been in such a rush to get pics up for him to see this would not have happened.
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    darn that larry....
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    Oh Geez, I hope that was not too good a brush!

    I have a few good brushes, that I've had a long time, they are carefully taken care of, but sometimes the cheap brushes rule, I hope this was a cheap brush!

    Cheers!
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    i am sorry for my actions chuck and my interventions please disreguard any of my previous statements.. and that was a better than average brush, from the looks of the banding and the handle it resembles some of mine, but mine are still soft.
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    You have to forgive Larry. His brain never has a chance to thaw out up there in the Great North!

    Yoiks!!! Just checked and it's 25*F up there and the same here in South Georgia!
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    Thats a right Purdy brush.

    Bill looks like you need to go stick your head in a Refrigerator & thaw it out. Do it slowly or it will turn to mush.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bart Leetch View Post
    ... Bill looks like you need to go stick your head in a Refrigerator & thaw it out. Do it slowly or it will turn to mush.
    Vegetable juice and whole grain beverages have taken care of that already!
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    Isn't that the brush Larry combs his beard with?
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    So what do pirates do in such cases? Make another brush out of the beard's hair of the offender?
    That would not be a good brush unless you wanted to make textures with it.
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