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Posted by Ed Gilligan on January 27, 2004 at 04:37:25:
In Reply to: Re: Go Back pg-new garden meter posted by ed on January 26, 2004 at 06:33:03:
Well we construction workers would run into a condition like that in a new or old building that was heated by temperary heaters. There was no moisture in the air. You could use petrolin jelly, Walmart sells a wonderful moisture cream (house brand) that diabitics use on feet or some of the shampoo products to remove danriff. We had to use the jelly on our hands, necks, lips, nose, ect. Our hands would bleed,even. You had to stay and get the job done. The nuke power plant in Bryan, Il. was like that. I worked there 5 years. Mr. dry air was there all the time.
I hope you are not kidding me. I am 66 years old and my hair is mostly brown. I have always used Wildroe Crream oil.? I never had much troble with dandriff. I am tired of people asking me if I die my hair. I will tell the next one that asks, that I triped and fell into a pile of cow manure, and the hair stayed brown. Well maybe I will. Good luck
Please pray for me, I have that super job lined up. It is close. The problem is. Ellen will go on strike if I take it. Her guarding angle must change her mind.
I have ordered my KC regala, hat, cap ect. I will soon be in the KC honor guard. It cost me $450 plus the tux. cya