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Jul 1 17 1:17 AM
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Be yourself. There's no one who does it quite like you. Kevin Max
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Well done on the move over Jerry! They are a couple of solid looking cars, gas guzzlers no doubt but very impressive lines!
As always your beard goes from strength to strength with each update & I can visualise something awesome a ways down the road, not that it isn't at present!
Jul 1 17 9:32 AM
Slybeard wrote:Ahh, the natural handlebar. You are blessed. It does take a lot of effort and products for many of us. Your handlebar and beard are looking great. It does take some time to work up to wearing a handlebar as your normal, but when it is that easy, you have to do it.
Thanks for the kind words Sly.
I suppose I have to tell the whole story here. The truth is that my mustache behaves different on one side than the other. That, I have learned from the board, is very common. The very first time I grew my mustache out, I found that there's a "zone", right at the corner where my mustache turns down at the right-hand side of my mouth, that grows in a more horizontal direction that the rest of my stache, which, when shorter, grows in more of a chevron pattern. Sorry, I don't have any pictures to show what this is like.
Whenever I've started growing a new mustache from scratch, I'm always in a hurry for it to reach a length where I can comb it so that "unique" zone can be blended in to look like the rest of the stache.
Now that I've finally gone for a longer stache, I've learned that it's this horizontal zone that really makes the handlebar thing work well. My left side, which I always preferred because it behaved in a way that blended into the whole better, now has a tendency to droop during the day.
Jul 1 17 9:37 AM
gato wrote:Well, it's about time! I was beginning to wonder if we were ever going to get another update from you.
Luckily, it was worth the wait - especially with the agreement to be moved over to long beards - welcome!
The beard and natural stache are both looking pretty impressive at the moment, little bro!
Jul 1 17 9:42 AM
Rothenberger wrote:Looking at your earlier pictures I always thought that you would be perfectly in place in a costume drama. You have the looks for that.
And now you are leaving short beards! Congrats, but I hope you don't forget your friends at short beards!
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Jul 4 17 10:53 AM
Pandarocks wrote:Jerry...you continue to grow a great an awesome beard augmented by thoughtful and gentle comments of your life and interests. Again, so very great to have you sharing with all.
Like you, I've had a close affinity with our northern - for me northern and eastern - neighbors as a Michigan boy with a bridge to Canadian Goodness within miles from my door. That you share the 'brethren dwelling together in unity' from your visit to the arch is timely. : )
Great growing and going mate! Scott
Jul 4 17 11:10 AM
Tom E wrote:Jerry! Nice to see you here at long last! Now let's see if we can't keep you here Ironically I, too, was in the Mid-West this week, in Chicago for a conference. Wasn't it nice that they arranged cool weather for us while we were there!
As it happens I'll be going to Victoria later this week, taking the ferry up from Anacortes, WA on Thursday and coming back via the Tsawwassen, BC ferry on Sunday. Though I've driven by the Peace Arch many times I've never stopped. I won't pass it up this time, thanks to your post.
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