Hey guys... I not only wet shave... I also am a ham radio operator, N5PRE. I was surprised to find out that @mantic used to be a ham and is thinking about getting back into it and @BrushnBlade (Rick DeWeese), host of BrushnSoapnBlade Podcast is KJ4WHO. Who else would like to self identify as a Ham Radio Guy (or Gal)? Are there any of you that talk on the air with each other? If not, perhaps we can start up a Shaving Net. It is much more interesting to discuss the finer points of shaving on the air than to talk about computers, which seems to be very popular. If you're not a ham and are interested, let us know here on this thread. Resources to find out more about amateur radio are plentiful and "Elmering" (teaching someone else about ham radio) is a tradition amongst hams. It's a fun hobby and my bet is that many more of you are either interested in it or are already into ham radio than the average person that doesn't wet shave. There seems to be an affinity to like both out there... we're not ordinary people... we are smart enough to walk away from the expensive cartridge system (in most cases) and like do-it-yourself projects... which a lot of hams also are like. We find another way. Links you might find helpful: ARRL - What is Ham Radio?Amateur Radio Newsline - Weekly news about ham radio for over 30 years without missing a week (I helped create this site and maintain the podcast feed every Friday) Online feeds to hear Amateur Radio! Yes, you have to pass a test to be licensed... but... it's not that hard. Some people can study for one day and pass the Technician license exam. Here's a resource I used: HamTestOnline - how I went from Technician Plus to General and then Extra license! Smart Study Guide... it re-asks the questions on tests that you miss more often when studying. Where can I take a test in my area? Check HERE I hope there's more than just a few of us here that are interested in Ham Radio. If so... let the rest of us know here!