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Dr Mike's Shaving Emporium

Started this discussion. Last reply by Karl Helweg Jun 4. 1 Reply

An friend of mine is opening and expanding a traditional shaving business that you all should be interested in:  …Continue

Paranoia and the virtue of hospitality?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Brandon Millwood Jul 28. 36 Replies

Due to a recent online discussion I joined couchsurfing.org which is basically a world-wide network of people who offer and ask for crash space as they travel to save money.  There are even special…Continue

Jury Duty?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Gentleman Engineer Jun 18. 34 Replies

I have never been called for jury duty before in my not so short life.  Between my real name and career I am apparently just not what an attorney wants on a jury.  I have been called to testify and…Continue

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Karl Helweg replied to certified male's discussion Public speaking
"Army made speaking in public pretty natural for me.  Fortunately.  I don't recall having a lot of fears to overcome more skills to become a better speaker (or rather become a less bad speaker).  This has become a popular game for…"
Thursday
Karl Helweg replied to certified male's discussion Replating a razor
"Have you asked some local jewelers how much they would charge to replate this razor? "
Thursday
Brandon Millwood replied to Karl Helweg's discussion Paranoia and the virtue of hospitality?
"I have played host to people for years on nothing more then a recommendation from a fried, it has never gone south except for one time with the juggalo carnies. And even then I got a great story so I was cool with it. On top of that I haven't…"
Jul 28
Karl Helweg replied to Zachary Lofton's discussion Shaving in the military
"Put the straight razor away until you graduate OCS. Buy a good basic cartridge razor that the PX carries.  Change blades about twice a week to reduce irritation.  Carry a cheap, flat electric razor for times when you cannot wet…"
Jul 27
Karl Helweg replied to Jason Crews's discussion Handy around the house
"I am not always the handiest fixer up type either but some things that have helped me a lot: YouTube - whether these generous folks are just selflessly attempting to improve the universe or these videos are a new type of narcissistic selfie, they…"
Jul 22
Karl Helweg commented on Russel G.'s group Men of the Dutch Oven
"I have been asked to do a colonial cooking class for the local DAR ladies. We are planning to rent a covered pavilion on the beach with a raised fireplace inside and firepit just outside. The fireplace has maybe a 6' x 3' waist high work…"
Jul 22
Karl Helweg replied to Jack Neulist's discussion Finding the "Old Ones": Who really settled North America first? in the group History Buffs
Jul 21
Karl Helweg replied to Thomas Wayne's discussion Picking a Major
"Pre-med/biology with a possible psychology minor.   Fall back on education since there seems to be a shortage of biology teachers at least here.  http://www.ruraledu.org/articles.php?id=2132  No matter what you hear from dorm…"
Jul 21
Karl Helweg replied to Jacob Daniel's discussion Help With Lather! in the group Real Shaving
"Thanks to the infamous Dr. Mike I am slowly switching to using a double razor as old as I am.  There is a little bit of a learning curve but it is a good razor with the Astra blades that he recommended.  It is more less living up to…"
Jul 20
Karl Helweg replied to Karl Helweg's discussion Paranoia and the virtue of hospitality?
"https://sp.yimg.com/ib/th?id=JN.OdS0O1tHxGOBmu46EsdWVA&pid=15.1&P=0 I can almost see Canada. Wasn't that Russian line from some SNL skit? I don't recall the Quitter actually saying that. There are places in Alaska where you can see…"
Jul 15
Regular Joe replied to Karl Helweg's discussion Paranoia and the virtue of hospitality?
"It shouldn't stop you from travelling, but you can't dismiss it either. It's a bit like swimming in the ocean; you shouldn't fear the ocean but you certainly must respect it. "
Jul 15
Regular Joe replied to Karl Helweg's discussion Paranoia and the virtue of hospitality?
"Where do you live? "
Jul 15
Karl Helweg replied to Karl Helweg's discussion Paranoia and the virtue of hospitality?
"We survived yet another random house guest.  Nice girl who was most amazed that our roads just end and go nowhere from here.  I hardly meet any other French and she found three others in one day.  One French fellow has been camping a…"
Jul 14
Karl Helweg replied to Nicholas Vogelgesang's discussion What kind of flying do you do most often? in the group Pilots
"Mostly UH-1H Just enough time in OH-58s to know that I did not fit in the cramped little thing and a few hours in my last unit's U-21. "
Jul 9
Karl Helweg replied to Chase Ryals's discussion Affordable compact pistol in the group Riflemen
"There are always used guns around.  Ask around family, friends' parents, Church, shooting ranges, etc....  Whenever possible ask the seller to take you out to shoot it and make sure that it functions smoothly and reliably.  I…"
Jul 7
Karl Helweg replied to Jay B. Simons's discussion Getting out of the Army, pursuing college with a family.
"The GI Bill may not be enough to comfortably support a family while you are in school so look at additional scholarships available for…"
Jul 7

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Flying, boating, fencing, shooting, teaching, throwing, brewing, eating, reading, armouring, reenacting, cooking, dancing, polishing, and fishing (badly) among other things.

Member of SCA, SASS, CAP, a Landsknecht Fahnlein, St. Boniface Tourney Company, & Faith Lutheran.
Books
"Yes" just about covers it. I used to own a book store.
Movies
Knightriders, The Right Stuff, Lonesome Dove, Stardust, Princess Bride, Solomon Kane, Excalibur, Duellist, Oh Brother, Young Guns, Last of the Mohicans, Seven Samurai, Army or Darkness, Dawn Patrol, Streets of Fire, Biggles, By the Sword, and that sort of stuff.
Music
Varies but I am enjoying Abney Park lately. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YPH1OoTobtk

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At 12:47pm on July 15, 2014, Liam Strain said…

And to complete the thought - Roma/Gypsy is an ethnicity, genetically, historically, and linguistically - not a lifestyle. 

If others wish to fight for a lifestyle - they can. My concern is with the treatment of those who share my ethnicity, but are not as lucky to be as American, white looking, and educated as I am...

 

At 12:43pm on July 15, 2014, Liam Strain said…

Correct - the persecution comes against the ethnicity. What is commonly associated with the Roma - the migratory/transient behavior is often not really by choice, but often a result of local pressures (law, persecution) and what work is available to those who are often prevented from assimilating (if they choose to) because of their ethnicity. E.g. we usually moved because we had to - not because we wanted to. 

At 9:42pm on July 14, 2014, Liam Strain said…

Hey there Karl - Roma rights is in short, human rights - but especially as they apply to the Roma minority worldwide. In many parts of Europe and Russia, we are under quite a lot of prejudice and outright discrimination, including separate schools, poor access to healthcare, limited access to running water or safe housing, as well as housing segregation, ghettos (including walls and armed guards) and race based killings and beatings. 

I work with others to try and improve things. 

At 2:47pm on April 28, 2011, Jack Neulist said…

No worries. Easy to miss comments.

 

I THINK I heard about the mummy either on National Geographic Channel, or read about in in the magazine itself. Was a few years ago, now. But the tidbit about that pine resin stuck with me.

At 7:19pm on March 25, 2011, Jack Neulist said…

Karl, you seem to be up on your paleo-archeology. I'm having a brain fart. Didn't somebody find a mummy in Peru or Chile with resin from the south pacific used in the embalming process?

At 11:27pm on June 28, 2010, Carl M said…
It works great for keeping lid out of dirt or from burning table top. It folds and stores nicely in oven if you make it the right size. Lodge or Camp CHef make out of heavy rod so you could actually support cast iron without feet over coals or as a lid holder.
Do you do Renesaincce fairs? I saw one in MN one time.
At 7:43pm on May 12, 2010, Russel G. said…
Karl, welcome and thanks for joining Men of the Dutch Oven. I look forward to your contributions!
At 7:54am on May 11, 2010, Herb Munson said…
Hi there Karl. Welcome to AoM. Also, I'd like to give you a friendly invite to check out my group, The Great Debate. Just click on "Groups." It's the one with the colorful galaxy picture. It's also one of the most active groups on AoM. In any case, great to have you with us.
 
 
 

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