27th January
2013
written by Todd Harrison

This is part one of my crazy list of hobby projects that I don’t ever get enough time to work on. I need a 2nd life just to do all the projects I find interesting.

This is part two (It is not that entertaining)

I hope you enjoy the video and photo gallery below. CLICK ON PHOTO for hi-resolution image.

Unshaven

Unshaven

A little trim around the edges.

A little trim around the edges.

Funny shave 1

Funny shave 1

Funny shave 2

Funny shave 2

Funny shave 3

Funny shave 3

Funny shave 4

Funny shave 4

Funny shave 5

Funny shave 5

Kind of a short Fu Manchu

Kind of a short Fu Manchu

I call this a cop moustache but might be called a major.

I call this a cop moustache but might be called a major.

The toothbrush moustache (also called Hitler moustache, Charlie Chaplin moustache, 1/3 moustache, philtrum moustache, the postage stamp, or soul (mou)stache)

The toothbrush moustache (also called Hitler moustache, Charlie Chaplin moustache, 1/3 moustache, philtrum moustache, the postage stamp, or soul (mou)stache)

Full shave

Full shave

Shave and a haircut

Shave and a haircut

Thanks for joining.

2 Comments

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  2. Volker
    03/02/2013

    Hi Todd

    First of all – I like your blog very much. You are doing a good job.

    My wish:

    I am highly interested in a review of the “GPS Tracker”.

    We own an old trailer (camping-caravan). It´s very rare, so I want so install a GPS-Tracker (with GSM) but the problem is the battery life.
    I need a device with a stand-by-time of 2 oder 3 month.

    If you have the time to do a review, I am interested in:

    – a short overview => how does it works, what are the features
    – does the GPS receives a signal, if the antenna is full covered by plastic (thickness 3mm) or fiberglass (*)
    – battery drain in full operation mode and in stand-by mode

    (*) because our trailer is made of fiberglass and I want/need to mount the GPS-Tracker under the roof

    P.S: Most important question :-) – what is the name of the device, and where can I order it.

    Greetings from Germany,
    Volker

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