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Tonight on GeekNights, we consider the concerns of the bathroom. I'm not even joking. In the news, Made is coming (finally) before Big Bang joins the army, United is going to charge coach flyers for using the overhead bin, and we'll be live at PAX South on Friday!
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I went to Japan recently and I took and overhead bag and and empty bag that I checked. That way I figured if my checked bag got lost (I took a cheap Chinese airline) I still had all my clothes and stuff. Turns out the airline was much nicer then I thought it would be and everything was fine. And the empty bag was super useful in taking all my swag home.
Road sign design hasn't really changed.
Black Mirrors' Charlie Broker- 2016 Wipe should be just around the corner.
Current workflow is Trader Joe's Conditioner and comb daily, shampoo every 4 to 5 days.
Cleanser and gentle exfoliant twice daily, followed by moisturizer and sunscreen in the mornings.
Loofah and some soap if I'm feeling grimey.
Device: Konjac sponge for face, Japanese exfoliation cloth for rest.
Soaps: Cerave Bar Soap is my go-to (read: quality but not luxury). I buy it at CVS when it's on sale. If you want a luxurious lathery soap, go with quality hard-milled super-fatted bar soap. L'Occitane is usually nice.
Shampoo: Jason Dandruff Relief once a week for SD, Ryoe JaYangYoonMo, and I'm still hunting for a best conditioner. For a while, I just used this without conditioner -- which worked great (granted, I have teflon hair), until the formula changed and my SD blew up.
Shop soap: I like Gojo more than lava.
However as Rym says the dimensions are enforced in many places. Our bags are measured by eye and weighed digitally before proceeding I have once tried to sneak in a 12kg of cabin baggage with my laptop because i must have bought some merch at a PAX and had to check it in.
Simpson Chubby 1 (I'm waiting for the joke, I can feel it simmering in your heads)
Omega travel brush
Shaving Blades lol you guys stumbled across
Feather - sharpest, if you find this uncomfortable you're trash at shaving
Shark or Personna Red - forgiving yet sharp
Merkur is trash as fuck, uneven along the blade and from blade to blade, dulled after a single shave
Shaving Soap different soaps feel different
Mitchell's Wool Fat (British, hard soap) - best protection good for dry skin
Cella (Italian, soft soap) - fastest and most voluminous lather
Speick (German, hard soap) - fast lather dries your skin
Proraso and various, currently trying out the Japanese Katsimori club (not going well lol)
Previously used Johnson & Johnson or Dove liquid soap and a loufa.
Now use Musgo or Mitchell's Wool Fat bar soaps and my hands (make lather with chest hair)
(your final 2 minutes of surgical prep when cleaning your hands is just using your hands (prior to final rinse and gloving), you throw away the soap laden sponge after producing enough lather for your wrist and hands)
Refillable liquid soap in a foaming dispenser